Scientists Put American Family On Organic Diet & Witness A Dramatic Drop In Pesticide Levels — Collective Evolution – December 16, 2019

IN BRIEF

The Facts:

A recent study published in the journal Environmental Research examined four families who eat conventional diets. Pesticide levels were measured via urine before switching to an organic diet for 6 days. A dramatic drop in pesticide levels was found.

Reflect On:

The pesticides found on conventional foods have been linked to multiple diseases, and some originate from chemical warfare, used as nerve agents. They’re not safe, so why do government regulatory agencies keep telling us they are and approving them?

 

(Collective-Evolution)  Humanity is moving rapidly in different directions, and it would be nice to say the collective is moving forward, but that doesn’t seem to be the case in many areas. Sure, we are becoming far more technologically savvy, and no doubt more advanced in several areas, but all of our advancements seem to be driven by profit, greed, control, and lies as well as the manipulation of our consciousness in order to accept certain developments. Genetically modified foods are a great example, along with a number of pesticides that go along with them. →

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Study: Organic food provides more health benefits than non-organic — NaturalNews.com – March 19, 2019

(Natural News) It has been said many times that eating organic is healthier, but a recent year-long study by a European Parliamentary committee has once again proven the benefits of food without chemicals. In the report, titled “Human Health Implications of Organic Food and Organic Agriculture,” they discovered a link between eating organic and improved early development, as well as the obvious positive of less pesticide exposure

Read more: Study: Organic food provides more health benefits than non-organic — NaturalNews.com

Wildflowers Are the Best Pesticide (Video) — February 16, 2018

by Dr. Mercola Wildflowers are home to many beneficial insects, including natural predators to common crop pests like cereal leaf beetles and aphids Fields planted with strips of wildflowers had 40 to 53 percent lower beetle density and 61 percent less beetle damage compared to the control fields Research revealed the frequency of pollinator visits…Read more

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