Dr. Stephanie Seneff Lecture on glyphosate, sulfate deficiency & degenerative diseases. Followed by an Expert Panel Discussion, Q&A: Sachin Patel, Jodi Koberinski and Brett Hawes. Hosted by Melody Byblow,
Presented March 27th, 2018 in Toronto, Canada holisticwellnessadvantage.ca
Video Production sponsored by the Canadian Council on Food Safety and Health – CCFSH.org
1 hour lecture with slides and 50 min of panel discussion and Q & A
Video link: Dr. Stephanie Seneff Lecture and Expert Panel Discussion, Q&A
Slide show link: http://people.csail.mit.edu/seneff/2018/Toronto.pptx
Published on Feb 5, 2018
Natural health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews investigative journalist Maryn McKenna on how the chicken industry gave birth to antibiotic resistance – and how it is becoming a dangerous health threat today.
BY Wayne Roberts
Aug 2017 | 43.2 Food and Resilience
This good food conversation needs to be sprinkled with words that name the dominant food system characteristic – control by dominant corporations. “Struggling against” needs to become as much part of the food ethos as “collaborating toward.”
What would this mean practically?
We would laugh out loud at the mention of, and criticize Ontario’s Local Food Act, which has not provided a dime for public purchasing of local and sustainable food, nor a penny for urban agriculture, or new and young farmers.
We would denounce the governing Trudeau Liberals for giving the kiss of death to a national food policy by handing the file to the department of agriculture, which has no officials or staff who are knowledgeable about food security or public health and which is controlled by agribusiness interests. We would also denounce the Ministry of Finance project, led by private consultant Dominic Barton of McKinsey and Company, to make factory farms and food exports the engine of Canada’s emerging economy – as well as the nearly billion dollars in so-called super-cluster grants to big corporations.
Source: Alternative Journal article
Why not Canada and the whole world? It is beneficial to health, creates sustainable employment and prosperity for all.
Former Health Canada scientist blasts government for five dangerous food production practices.