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  • 5/7/20151
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Dairy
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  • Pesticide Residues
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Dairy The most significant carcinogen that we consume is casein (one of the milk proteins) Cancer cells can be turned off and on with dairy consumption Source The China Study, T. Colin Campbell
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Dairy Antigens in Dairy RA, Osteoarthritis Dairy Proteins Allergies, Asthma, Sinus Other Conditions Contributed to Dairy: Acne, Atherosclerosis, Stomach (bloating, pain, cramps, diarrhea, gas), Bronchitis, Chest Infections, Eczema, Hay Fever, Hemorrhage, HTN, Hives, Juvenile RA, MS, Nasal Congestion, Kidney Disease, Pyoderma, Skin Rash, Sneezing
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  • What causes a 130 pound calf to become a 2,000 pound cow within a matter of months?
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Poultry/Beef/Pork/Lamb Toxins & Pesticides in Feed
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Poultry/Beef/Pork/Lamb Feces
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Poultry/Beef/Pork/Lamb
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Fish
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  • Heavy Metals Mercury Can cause brain damage in fetuses Plastics PCBs - polychloronated biphenyl used in transformers & capacitors banned since 1976 Flame Retardants Dioxins Farm-raised small, fat-rich fish fed to larger fish those small fish contain 10x the contaminants of salmon
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Processed Foods Coal Tar Dyes Carcinogen Artificial colors, flavors and odors are made from coal tar Found in soft drinks, cosmetics and many medicines Foods with bright colors, strong flavors and odors often contain coal tar
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Processed Foods MSG, BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene), BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole), DES
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Processed Foods Nitrosamines Carcinogen (liver, stomach, brain, bladder, kidneys) Chemical preservative and color enhancer
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Processed Foods MSG Look for Other Names on Labels Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein/Hydrolyzed Protein Natural Flavoring Hydrolyzed Plant Protein/Hydrolyzed Oat Flour Plant Protein Extract/Textured Protein Sodium Caseinate Calcium Caseinate Yeast Extract Natural Beef or Chicken Flavoring
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Processed Foods Aluminum Cook only with glass or stainless steel Sweeteners Long term use can be neurotoxin and carcinogen Aspartame, neotame, saccharine, cyclamates, refined white sugar, fructose sweeteners (refined), acesulfatame, sucralose
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Plants Non-organic citrus is grown with very toxic pesticides that can build up in body and contribute to immune problems
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  • Waxed fruits apples, carrots, oranges, lemons, limes, pears, plums, peaches, melons, parsnips, tomatoes, peppers, turnips, cucumbers, grapefruits (other citrus) If fruit sprayed with fumigant (pest control) and then waxed, fumigant cannot be washed off
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Plants Potatoes and onions Maleic hydrazide spray to inhibit sprouting Sprouted potatoes can contain solanin toxic and bitter
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Plants Mushrooms formaldehyde fumigant
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  • Toxins in Our Food Sources Plants May contain aflatoxins naturally occurring mycotoxin found in mold (aspergillus) Aflatoxin potent human carcinogen liver carcinogen
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  • What Do I Eat!
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  • Minimally processed, organic plant-based, whole food diet! Note animal flesh holds toxic substances longer than plants Data suggest that product grown in third world countries has higher level of plant residues Pesticides banned in US can be sold in 3 rd world countries
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  • How Do I Know if I Have Toxins in My Body? Hair Analysis Testing Heavy Metals Mercury Aluminum Iron Copper Cadmium Lead Arsenic
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  • Resources drgrisanti.com holisticmed.com hairanalysistest.com chemicalbodyburdern.org electroherbalism.com