~DIRTY SECRETS of the Food Processing IndustryWe have always processed our Food. That is something that humans do. We cook our food, that is one type ofprocessing, as well as ferment, grind, soak, bake and chop. All of these are types of food processing.TRADITIONAL FOOD PROCESSINGTraditional processing has two functions: to make food more digestible and to preserve it for use during times when foodis not readily available. This type of processing produced traditional foods like sausage and the old fashioned puddingsand haggis, as well as grain products, dairy products, pickles, everything from wine and spirits to lacto fermentedbeverages. Farmers and artisans – bread makers, cheese makers, distillers, millers and so forth – processed these foods.They made delicious foods that retained their nutritional content and kept the profits on the farm and in the farmingcommunities where it belonged.INDUSTRIAL FOOD PROCESSINGUnfortunately, in modern times, we have largely replaced local artisan processing with factory and industrial processing,which actually destroys the food, rather than making it more digestible. Industrial processing depends upon sugar, whiteflour, processed and hydrogenated oils, synthetic food additives and vitamins, and the extrusion processing of grains. Letus have a look at the typical American breakfast of cereal, skim milk and orange juices.PACKAGED CERALSThese cereals are produced by a process called extrusion. Giant corporations take the grains from the farmer, pay apittance for them, make them into a slurry and put them in a machine called an extruder. The grains are forced out of atiny hole at high temperature and pressure, which shapes them into little o’s and flakes, or shreds them or puffs them.These are then subjected to sprays that give a coating of oil and sugar to seal off the cereal from the ravages of milk andto give it crunch.Biochemist Paul Stitt has written about the extrusion process used for these cereals, which treats the grains with veryhigh heat and high pressure and destroys much of their nutrients. It destroys the fatty acids; it even destroys the syntheticvitamins that are added at the end.The amino acid lysine, a crucial nutrient, is especially damaged by extrusion. This is how most of the boxed cereals aremade, even those sold in the health food sores. They are made in the same way and mostly in the same factories. Theonly advances being made in the extrusion process are those which will cut cost, regardless of how these will alter thenutrient content of the product. Cereals are a multibillion dollar industry that has created huge fortunes.THE RAT EXPERIMENTSMost seriously, the extrusion process turns the proteins in grains into neurotoxins. Stitt wrote about an unpublishedexperiment, conducted in 1942 by a cereal company, in which four sets of rats were given special diets. One groupreceived plain whole wheat, water and synthetic vitamins and minerals. A second group received puffed wheat (anextruded cereal), water and the same nutrient solution. A third set was given water and white sugar. A fourth set wasgiven nothing but water and synthetic nutrients.The rats that received the whole wheat lived over a year on this diet. The rats that got nothing but water and vitaminslived about two months. The animals on a white sugar and water diet lived about a month.
The study showed that the rats given the vitamins, water and all the puffed wheat they wanted died within two weeks,even before the rats that got no food at all.These results suggest that there was something very toxic in the puffed wheat itself.Proteins are very similar to certain toxins in molecular structure, and the pressure of the puffing process may producechemical changes that turn a nutritious grain into a poisonous substance.Another unpublished experiment was carried out in 1960. Researches at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor weregiven eighteen laboratory rats. These were divided into three groups: one group received cornflakes and water. A secondgroup was given the cardboard box that the cornflakes came in and water. The control group received rat chow andwater.The rats in the control group remained in good health throughout the experiment. The rats eating the box becamelethargic and eventually died of malnutrition. The rats receiving the cornflakes and water died before the rats that wereeating the box.Further more, before death, the cornflakes eating rats developed aberrant behavior, threw fits, bit each other and finallywent into convulsions. Autopsy revealed dysfunction of the pancreas, liver and kidneys and degeneration of the nerves ofthe spine, all sign of insulin shock.The startling conclusion of this study was that there was more nourishment in the box than there was in the cornflakes.This experiment was actually designed as a joke, but the results were far from funny.Most Americans eat boxed cereals today. Because these are fortified with synthetic nutrients, the USDA can claim thatthey are as healthy as the grains from which they are made. Many of these cereals are at least 50 percent sugar. Thosesold in health food stores may be made of whole grains and contain better quality sweeteners.However, these whole grain extruded cereals are probably more dangerous than their refined grain counterparts, becausethey are higher in protein, and it is the proteins in these cereals that are denatured by this type of processing.THE EXTRUSION PROCESSWhen we put cereals through an extruder, it alters the structure of the proteins. Zeins, which comprise the majority ofproteins in corn, are located in spherical organelles called protein bodies. One study investigated change in protein body,shape and release of encapsulated alpha-zeins as a result of the extrusion processing.Researchers found that during extrusion, the protein bodies were completely disrupted and the alpha-zeins dispersed. Theresults suggest that the zeins in cornflakes are not confined to rigid protein bodies but can interact with each other andother components of the system, forming new compounds that are completely foreign to the human body.The extrusion process breaks down the organelles and disperses the proteins, which then become toxic. When theproteins are disrupted in this way, it can adversely affect the nervous system, as indicated by the cornflake experiment.OLD FASHIONED PORRIDGEThere is only one way to put these companies out of business, and that is not to eat their food. So, what are you going tohave for breakfast? We need to go back to the old fashioned porridges made from non-extruded grains. These grainsshould be soaked overnight to get rid of the anti-nutrients that are normally neutralized in the sprouting process. Soakingwill neutralize the tannins, enzyme inhibitors and phytic acid and gently bbre3ak down complex proteins. You soak thegrains in warm water and one tablespoon of something acidic, like whey, yogurt, lemon juice or vinegar. The nextmorning, your grain will cook in just a few minutes.
It is best to eat it with butter or cream, coconut and chopped nuts like our grandparents did. The nutrients in the fats areneeded in order for you to absorb the nutrients in the grains.Without the fats, especially the animal fats - which are the only sources of true vitamin A complex and vitamin D3 – youcannot absorb the minerals in your food.MILKMilk is one of nature’s most perfect foods. Most of our milk comes from a sacred animal, the cow. Today, however, weare imprisoning cows indoors for their entire lives and feeding them foods, such as grains, candy and the swill fromethanol production that cows never before ate, while administering them hormones and other drugs.These cows produce huge amounts of watery milk with only half the amount of fat compared to milk that cows wouldnaturally produce. Then this milk is shipped to factories for processing.Inside the plants, the milk is completely remade. First, centrifuges separated the milk into fat, protein and various othersolids and liquids. Once segregated, these are recombined at specific levels set for whole, low fat and not fat milks. Ofthe reconstituted milks, whole milk will most closely approximate original cow’s milk. What is left over will go intobutter cream, cheese, dried milk and a host of other milk products.The dairy industry loves to produce low fat milk and skim milk because they can make a lot of money by selling thebutterfat for ice cream. When they remove the fat to make reduced fat milks, they replace it with powdered milkconcentrate, which is formed by high temperature spray drying.Then the milk is sent by tanker trucks (which are not refrigerated) to bottling plants. The milk is pasteurized at 161 F for15 seconds by rushing it past superheated stainless steel plates. If the temperature is 200 F, the milk is considered ultrapasteurized. This ultra pasteurized milk will have a distinct cooked milk taste, but it is sterile and can be sold on thegrocery shelf. In other words, it does not require refrigeration.The bugs will not touch it. As it is cooked, the milk is also homogenized by a pressure treatment that breaks the fatglobules so the milk will not separate.Once processed, the milk will last for weeks, not just days.Fortunately, real milk from pastured fed cows that is not pasteurized processed or homogenized is becoming morewidely available. People are learning where to find it, and this is very encouraging. To find real milks in your area:Visit:Real Milkwww.realmilk.comPOWDERED MILKIn order to make powdered milk, the milk is forced through a tiny hole at high pressure and then blown out into the air.This causes a lot of nitrates to form, and the cholesterol in the milk is oxidized. Contrary to popular opinion, cholesterolis your best friends.You do not have to worry about cholesterol, except that you do not want to eat oxidized cholesterol. In fact oxidizedcholesterol is used in animal research to cause atherosclerosis.
Powdered milk is added to reduced fat milks and milk products to give them body. So, when you drink skim milk or lowfat milk, or eat reduced fat yogurt, because you think that it will help you avoid heart disease; you are actuallyconsuming oxidized cholesterol, which can initiate the process of heart disease.ORANGE JUICEA QUOTE FROM Processed and Prepared Foods states that a new orange juice processing plant is completelyautomated and can process up to 1.800 tons of oranges per day to produce frozen concentrate, single strength juice, oilextracted from the peel, and cattle feed.They throw the whole orange in there, and they add enzymes to extract as much of the juice as they can, even out of theskin. The conventional orange crop is sprayed heavily with pesticides called cholinesterase inhibitors, which are verytoxic to the nervous system.When they put the oranges in the vats and squeeze them, all that pesticide goes into the processing unit. Then they addacids to get every single bit of juice out of these oranges. So commercial orange juice can be a very toxic soup.What about the peel used for cattle feed? The dried, left over citrus peel is processed into cakes, which are still loadedwith organophosphates. Mark Purdey, in England, has shown this is correlated with mad cow disease.The use of organophosphates either as a spray on the cows or in their feed is one of the causes of degeneration of thebrain and nervous system in the cow, and if it is doing it to the cow, there is a possibility it may be doing it to you also.Another abstract states: Various acid sprays for improving fruit peel quality and increasing juice yield are added to theseprocessed oranges.The US government tries to give the impression that pasteurization of the juice is necessary to ensure our safety.However, it might surprise you to know that researchers have found fungus that is resistant to pressure and heat inprocessed juices.They found that 17 percent of Nigerian packages of orange juice and 20 percent of mango and tomato juices containedthese heat resistant fungi. So there is plenty of danger from contamination from these pasteurized juices. The also foundE. coli in the orange juice; it was pressure resistant and had survived pasteurization.In one study, heat treated and acid hydrolyzed orange juice was tested from mutagenic activity. The authors found thatthe heating process produced intermediated products which, under these of conditions, gave rise to mutagenicty andcytotoxicity.In other words, there were cancer causing compounds in the orange juice. In another study, gel filtration and highperformance liquid chromatography were used to obtain mutagenic fractions from heated orange juice.So if you want juice with your breakfast, squeeze yourself a couple of organic oranges or an organic grapefruit, in otherwords, process the juice yourself.ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS versus NUTRITIOUS HOMEMADE BROTHS and SAUCESNATURAL NOURISHING BROTHSIn the past, many traditional cultures made use of animal bones to make broth. They recognized that broth supplied a lotof minerals and other nutrients, as well as wonderful flavors. In the USA, we used to make bone broth – beef broth,chicken broth and fish broth - and we used these broths to make sauces and gravies. When we made sauce or gray athome, we used the drippings from the good fat of the meat and added some flour and homemade broth.
Most commercial soup bases and sauces have artificial meat like flavors that mimic those we used to get from natural,gelatin rich broth. These kinds of shortcuts mean that consumers are shortchanged.When the homemade stocks were pushed out by the cheap substitutes, an important of minerals disappeared from theAmerican diet.The thickening effects of gelatin could be mimicked with emulsifiers, but, of course, its health benefits were lost. Andgelatin is a very healthy thing to have in your diet. It helps you digest proteins properly and is supportive and digestivehealth overall.ARTIFICIAL FLAVORINGS, HYDROLYZED PROTEIN and MSGResearch on gelatin and natural broths came to an end in the 1950s when food companies discovered how to inducemaillard reactions (the process of creating flavor compounds by mixing reduced sugars and amino acids under increasedtemperatures) and produce meat like flavors in the laboratory. In a General Foods Company report issued in 1947,chemists predicted that almost all natural flavors would soon be chemically synthesized.Following the Second World War, American food companies discovered monosodium glutamate, a food ingredient theJapanese had invented in 1908 to enhance food flavors, including meat like flavors.Humans actually have receptors on the tongue for glutamate - it is the protein in food that the human body recognizes asmeat – but the glutamate in MSG has a different configuration, which cannot be assimilated properly by the body. Anyprotein can be hydrolyzed (broken down into its component amino acids) to produce a base containing MSG. When theindustry learned how to synthesize the flavor of meat in the laboratory, using inexpensive proteins from grain andlegumes, the door was opened to a flood of new products, including bullion cubes, dehydrated soup mixes, sauce mixes,TV dinners, and condiments with a meaty base3.The fast food industry could not exist without MSG and artificial meat flavors that beguile the consumer into eatingbland and tasteless food.The sauces in many commercially processed foods are basically MSG, water, thickeners, emulsifiers and caramelcoloring.Your tongue is tricked into thinking that it is getting something nutritious, when it is getting nothing at all except somevery toxic substances.Even dressings, Worcestershire sauce, rice mixes, flavored tofu, bullion cubes, imitation garlic and onions, and manyother food products with a meat like taste have MSG in them.Almost all canned soups and stews contain MSG, and the hydrolyzed protein bases often contain MSG in very largeamounts.So called homemade soups in most restaurants are usually made by adding water to artificial flavorings in a powderedsoup base and then adding chopped vegetables, etc. Even things like lobster bisque and fish sauces in most seafoodrestaurants are full of these artificial flavors.It is all profit based. They even think it is too costly to just use a little onion and garlic for flavoring – they use theartificial garlic and onion flavors instead.Unfortunately, most of the processed vegetarian foods are loaded with these flavorings as well. The list of ingredients invegetarian hamburgers, hot dogs, bacon, baloney, etc., may include hydrolyzed protein and natural flavors.
MSG LABELINGThe three most toxic additives in our food supply are MSG, hydrolyzed protein and aspartame, and the first two are in allof these secret sauces containing natural flavors. Many products that say spice mixes or natural flavors on the labelcontain MSG. Food manufactures get around the labeling requirements by putting MSG in the spice mixes; if the mix isless than 50 percent MSG, they do not have to indicate MSG on the label. You may have noticed that the phrase NOMSG has actually disappeared. The industry does not use it anymore because they found out that there was MSG in allthe spice mixes, even BRAGG’s amino acids had to take NO MSG off the label.HEATH PROBLESM with MSGWhile the industry was adding MSG to food in larger and larger amounts, in 1957, scientist found that mice becameblind and obese when MSG was administered by feeding tube. In 1969, MSG induced lesions were found in thehypothalamus region of the mouse brain. Subsequent studies pointed in the same direction. MSG is a neurotoxicsubstance that causes a wide range of reactions in humans, from temporary headaches to permanent brain damage. It isalso associated with violent behavior. We have had a huge increase in Alzheimer’s, brain cancer, seizures, multiplesclerosis and diseases of the nervous system, and one of the chief culprits is these flavorings in our food.Ninety-five percent of processed foods contain MSG, and, in the late 1950s, it was even added to baby food.Manufacturers say they have taken it out of the baby food, but they did not really remove it; they just called ithydrolyzed protein instead.There is an excellent book call Excitotoxins, by Russell Blaylock, which describes how nerve cells either disintegrate orshrivel up in the presence of free glutamic acid, MSG ARE ABSORBED INDRECTLY FROM THE MOUTH TO THEBRAIN.Some the huge increase in the use MSG beginning in the late 1950s, particularly because it was put in baby food in verylarge amounts.FATS and OILSThe oil processing industry starts with crude vegetable oil and produces various oils, margarine, shortening and so forth.Do not forget, most of these oils start out loaded with pesticides. The steps involved in processing usually includebleaching, deodorizing, filtering and removing saturates to make the oils more liquid. In the process, the nutrients areremoved as well. Most processors also add a hexane solvent in order to squeeze the very last drop of oil out of the seeds.Caustic refining, the most widely used process for oil refining, involves adding very alkaline, caustic chemicals to theoil.MARGARINEMargarine processing uses the cheapest seeds, most of which are full of pesticides and genetically engineered. Oilsextracted under high temperature and pressure, and the remaining fraction of oil is removed with hexane solvents. Thenmanufacturers steam clean the oils, which removes all the vitamins and all the antioxidants – but, of course, the solventsand the pesticides remain. These oils are mixed with a nickel catalyst and then put into a huge high pressure, hightemperatur3e reactor. What comes out of that reactor is s smelly mass resembling grey cottage cheese. Then they mix inthe emulsifiers to smooth it out, and stem clean it again to get rid of the horrible smell. Then they bleach it to get rid ofthe grey color, and they add artificial flavors and synthetic vitamins. But they are not allowed to add a synthetic color tomargarine. They have to add a natural color, such as annatto – a comforting thought. It is then packaged in blocks andtubs and advertised as a health food.
HYDROGENATED OILSSaturated fat is the type of fat found in such foods as lard, butter and coconut oil. It is a straight molecule, and it packstogether easily. That is why it is solid at room temperature. Unsaturated fat, found in oils such as olive oil, is a bentmolecule. It has a little bend at each double bond, with two hydrogen atoms sticking out, And when that molecule getsincorporated into your cells, the body wants those two hydrogen atoms to be on the same side of the carbon chain,forming an electron cloud; that is where chemical interactions take place that enable nutrients and oxygen to betransported into the cell.During the process of partial hydrogenation, on of those hydrogen atoms is moved to the other side, and it causes themolecule to straighten out so that it behaves more like a saturate – although it is not.The original, unsaturated molecules called a cis fatty acid, because the two hydrogens are together, and then it becomes atrans fatty acid, because the two hydrogens are across from each other. Your body does not know that this new moleculeis something that has never existed in nature before, and when you eat one of these trans fatty acids, it gets built intoyour cell membranes.Then your body starts to realize something is wrong, because it wants to make chemical reactions where those twohydrogens are, and it can not find them. And so the reactions can not take place. The more trans fatty acids that you eat,the more partially hydrogenated your cells become and the more chaos that you are going to have on the cellular level.All of the margarines, shortenings and even low trans fat spreads are made with these harmful ingredients. They are usedin chips and crackers, and many restaurants use them for cooking French fries.They used to fry the fries in tallow, which is a very safe fat, but now they use partially hydrogenated soy bean oil.In the past, when you made desserts for your kids, at least they contained butter, eggs, cream and nuts – all goodwholesome foods.Now manufacturers can imitate the butter, eggs, cream and nuts, so all you have is sugar and artificial ingredients inthese instant puddings and other artificial desserts.Many diseases have been associated with the consumption of trans fatty acids – heart disease, cancer and degeneration ofjoints and tendons. The only reason that we are eating this stuff is because we have been told that the competing,saturated fats and oils – the butter, lard, coconut oil, palm oil, tallow and suet – are bad for us and cause heart disease.And that is nothing but industry propaganda.PROCESSED FOOD AFFECTS HEALTH MULTI GENERATIONALLYWeston A Price, DDS, discovered that as children eat these processed foods, with each generation, the facial structurebecome more and more narrow. Healthy faces should be broad. They should have perfectly straight teeth and no cavities.When you are eating real, nutrient dense foods, you get the complete and perfect expression of the genetic potential. Wewere given a perfect blueprint. Whether or not the body temple is built according to the blueprint depends, to a greatextent, on our wisdom in food choices.When primitive societies abandoned the traditional diet and began to eat processed foods, the next generation developednarrowed facial structure and many diseases. Animal studies indicate that when a deficient diet is continued for severalgenerations, reproduction ceases.OPTIMAL FOOD PREPARATION – MADE WITH LOVEFood preparation is actually a sacred activity: According to esoteric lore.
If a woman could see the sparks on light going forth from her fingertips when she is cooking, and the energy that goesinto the food she handles, she would realize how much of herself she imbues into the meals that she that she prepares forher family and friends. It is one of the most important and least understood activities of life that the feelings that go intothe preparation of food affect everyone who partakes of it. This activity should be unhurried, peaceful and happy becausethe energy that flows into that food impacts the energy of the receiver.That is why the advanced spiritual teachers of the East never eat food prepared by anyone other than their own chelas(disciples). The person preparing the food may be the only one in the household who is spiritually advanced. An activecharge of happiness, purity and peace will pour forth into the food from him, and this pours forth into the other membersof the family and blesses them.To be healthy, we need to prepare our own food, for ourselves and our families. This does not mean you have to spendhours in the kitchen, but you do need to spend some time there, preparing food with wisdom and love. If no one in thefamily has time to go into the kitchen and prepare food, you need to sit down and rethink how you are spending yourtime, because this is the only way to get nourishing foods into your children. We can return to good eating practices onemouth at a time, one meal at a time, by preparing our own food properly.~HEALING ADHD Children - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorderhttp://www.scribd.com/doc/45109088book: Change Your Brain, Change Your Life; by Daniel Amenhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/38752969http://www.librarything.com/work/302455book: Victory over ADHD; by Deborah Merlinhttp://victoryoveradhd.comhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/244062818http://www.librarything.com/work/5263917MIRACLE IN WISCONSIN – a different kind of school lunchhttp://www.feingold.org/PF/wisconsin1.htmlhttp://www.foodrevolution.org/askjohn/43.htmhttp://www.gmfreeschools.orghttp://www.advancedhealthplan.com/miracleschool.htmlhttp://www.puppetgov.com/2009/01/14/miracle-in-wisconsin-a-different-kind-of-school-lunchWhole Body Nutritionhttp://designednutrition.comhttp://designedclinicalnutrition.comFeed Your Brain, Save Your Lifehttp://www.scribd.com/doc/44913802book: Thom Hartmanns Complete Guide to ADHD; by Thom Hartmannhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/44863765http://www.librarything.com/work/1579420book: Raw Kids; by Cheryl Stoycoffhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/48399326http://www.librarything.com/work/3459281http://raweugene.homestead.com/resources.htmlhttp://www.rawfoodrawfoods.combook: The Bible Cure; by Dr. Reginald Cherryhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/3889804http://www.librarything.com/work/355159book: Eat this and live! for kids; by Don Colberthttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/567226661http://www.librarything.com/work/10398807book: Grow Your Own Tree Hugger; by Wendy Rosenoff
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dvd: Fast Food Nation; director: Richard Linklaterhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/77539187book: Empty Harvest; by Bernard Jensenhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/170954616http://www.librarything.com/work/1237077book: Fatal Harvest: The Tragedy Of Industrial Agriculture; Andrew Kimbrellhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/48013826http://www.librarything.com/work/241618book: Fateful Harvest: The True Story of a Small Town, a Global Industry, and a Toxic Secret; by Duff Wilsonhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/46565121http://www.librarything.com/work/569636http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fateful_Harvesthttp://www.safefoodandfertilizer.org/index.htmlbook: Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills; by Russell L Blaylockhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/44960035http://www.librarything.com/work/854055dvd: Foodmatters; director: James Colquhounhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/428736140book: The Truth About Caffeine; by Marina Kushnerhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/61209940http://www.librarything.com/work/1269843book: The Truth About Coffee; by Marina Kushnerhttp://www.librarything.com/work/8358177book: Silent Spring; by Rachel Carsonhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/561302http://www.librarything.com/work/23937dvd: Food Inc; director: Robert Kennerhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/429531017http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/297529846http://www.librarything.com/work/8401882http://www.foodincmovie.comhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food,_Inc.http://www.scribd.com/doc/43528259book: Unforgiven: The American Economic System Sold for Debt And War; by Charles Waltershttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/50949802http://www.librarything.com/work/1189392http://books.google.com/books?id=LqntAAAACAAJbook: Raw Materials Economics; by Charles Waltershttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/27752946http://www.librarything.com/work/8937126http://books.google.com/books?id=3vw4AAAACAAJdvd: King Corn; director: Aaron Woolfhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/213373700http://www.kingcorn.nethttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Corn_%28film%29http://www.sustainabletable.org/features/articles/kingcorn/book: Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry Lies About the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods Youre Eatinghttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/53122034http://www.librarything.com/work/453446http://www.seedsofdeception.comhttp://www.responsibletechnology.org
book: Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods; by Jeffrey Smithhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/77541620http://www.librarything.com/work/3361962http://gmwatch.orghttp://www.scribd.com/doc/41584887http://books.google.com/books?id=EctxAAAACAAJbook: The World According to Monsanto; by Marie-Monique Robinhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/286490848http://www.librarything.com/work/5155236http://books.google.com/books?id=7RqYQwAACAAJdvd: The World According to Monsanto; director:http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/317415694http://www.foodmatters.tv/_webapp_270153/The_World_According_to_Monsantohttp://films.nfb.ca/monsantohttp://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/news/features/monsanto_movie080307http://www.documentarywire.com/the-world-according-to-monsantodvd: Food Fight; director: Chris Taylorhttp://www.foodfightthedoc.comdvd: Ingredients; producer: Brian Kimmelhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/608387521http://www.ingredientsfilm.comhttp://www.facebook.com/notes.php?id=101225708412¬es_tab=app_2347471856book: Animal Factory: The Looming Threat of Industrial Pig, Dairy, and Poultry Farms to Humans; by David Kirbyhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/428027213http://www.librarything.com/work/9398107http://books.google.com/books?id=VQ9sXDyYN64Cbook: Sacrifice Zones: The Front Lines of Toxic Chemical Exposure in the United States; by Steve Lernerhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/495616819http://www.librarything.com/work/10426386book: Environmental racism: a global genocide; by Merira Kwesihttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/75966182http://www.librarything.com/work/2393398book: From the Ground Up: Environmental Racism; by Luke Colehttp://www.librarything.com/work/1113887book: Polluted Promises: Environmental Racism; by Melissa Checkerhttp://www.librarything.com/work/3972759book: Faces of Environmental Racism; by Laura Westrahttp://www.librarything.com/work/2309081book: The Environmental Justice Reader; by Joni Adamsonhttp://www.librarything.com/work/6202403book: Deceit and Denial: The Deadly Politics of Industrial Pollution; by Gerald Markowitzhttp://www.librarything.com/work/1113868Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy; by Kevin Baleshttp://www.librarything.com/work/220673dvd: The Future of Food; by Deborah Koons Garciahttp://www.thefutureoffood.comhttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/63134852
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