I was quite surprised to hear two mentions of the effects of toxicity on Television today.
The first was that toxicity was one of the main causes of early puberty in teenage girls. The body matures but the mind and brain do not.
The second one was about what I have written in my book - 'I Have Good News and Bad News', that we are surrounded by toxicity in our world. It is in the food we eat, the air we breath and the water we drink. They even mentioned the teflon coated non-stick pans we use to cook with.
of course the toxicity of our environment is responsible for much more than just early puberty. I do not know why the governments will not acknowledge this fact and do something about it. I think the problem is that these governments rely on 'experts' who pretend to know.
What about all the other added toxins like pesticides, waxes, polishes and of course the preservatives????
But an acknowledgement that probably very few saw, and even fewer understood the full impact of, is still better than no mention at all!!!!
Monday, August 9, 2010
Here are some facts that are mentioned on the MS Society of Canada's fundraising leaflet:
- MS is the most common neurological disease among young Canadians.
- MS usually attacks people between 15 and 40 in the prime of their lives.
- Canada has one of the highest rates of multiple sclerosis in the world.
- MS can cause loss of balance, extreme fatigue, double vision and paralysis.
In the last 5 years, the MS Society of Canada has invested over $39 million in cutting edge research to end MS.
So I ask - where is this money and how come these researchers have not found a connection between toxicity and multiple sclerosis?
Do they even want to? Or is it all a pretence?
Is the MS Society funded by the Drug Companies?
So many unanswered questions.