Dr. Mark Stenlger
So today, I’m going to do what they won’t and let you in on the food industry’s dirtiest secret.
They’re tiny molecules called nanoparticles, and they’re supposed to make foods last longer, look brighter and taste better.
Sounds great, right? Who doesn’t want fresher, better-looking and better-tasting foods?
But the ugly truth is these nanoparticles are completely unnatural… totally unregulated… and entirely untested in humans — and that means every time you take a bite out of a food laced with them, you’re taking part in a massive clinical trial.
And as the latest research reveals, there’s no opting out.
Fresh pears exposed to the nanoparticles commonly used on fruit still had the particles three days later. They couldn’t be washed off, and they couldn’t even be peeled away — because once on the fruit, the particles penetrated the skin and sank deep down into the flesh, according to the study.
It would be nice if you could avoid this by eating organic foods, but you can’t. You can’t, because the government hasn’t just set lax rules for the use of nanoparticles.
They’ve set no rules at all.
That means they can be used in any food, even organics, and they don’t even have to be listed on the labels. And along with foods, you’ll find these particles in medicines, cosmetics, clothing and more.
They’re even being used in factories, where they’re unleashed into the air with the rest of the pollutants.
As a result, they’re probably building up inside your body right now. And while there’s not much research on what they can do to you, the little we do know is downright terrifying.
Already, studies have suggested that nanoparticles can kill friendly bacteria in your gut, travel through your bloodstream and damage vital organs, and may even cross the blood-brain barrier and get right inside your head.
And some studies have shown they can damage DNA, possibly leading to major diseases such as cancer.
I know I don’t want these in my body, and I don’t want them in my children — and I’m sure you feel the same way.
That’s why it’s critical to take action to stop this involuntary human experiment, before it goes any further.
Contact your local media and demand more coverage of this issue. And more importantly, contact your lawmakers and demand action — demand tight regulations and labeling requirements for nanoparticles.
I’m not done with hidden threats yet. Keep reading to find out what’s really in your beer.