Stanford University: Don’t Insult OUR Intelligence!

There has been quite a bit of negative  chatter going on since Stanford University published their ridiculous study comparing commercially grown produce to organic crops.   Apparently they think that “green living” has impacted the brain.  I’ve never personally heard anyone claim that organic foods have more vitamins or nutritional value.  We’re too focused on trying to find the vitamins and nutritional value  through all of the toxic chemicals and pesticides.   This report is an insult to all of us who are fighting for a cleaner, clearer, healthier world for ourselves and our future generations.  It is also in direct conflict to the “Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk” report produced by the Cancer Panel of NIH  where we are warned to rid ourselves of the very chemicals and pesticides that Stanford is trying to “soft sell”.

Although the report is very slanted and has multiple flaws there are 2 key components of this study that capture my attention.

1.  Play with words?  Read this statement very carefully:

“There isn’t much difference between organic and conventional foods, if you’re an adult and making a decision based solely on your health,” stated researcher Dena Bravata.

Nice job Stanford University!  You were at least smart enough to make the distinction between adults and children MAKING DECISIONS.  Could it be that you know what the chemicals and pesticides are doing to our children?

2.  Who paid for this study?  Was it funded by our generous U.S. government or perhaps one of  the major chemical companies stepped up to the plate and Stanford University researchers sold their souls for the funds?  Could it be that the commercial growers are starting to  feel the pain of the growing organic market?  They should!  We’ve had enough!

There is little doubt that this study was published with an agenda.  I thought Stanford was smarter than that!   Sadly there are millions of people out there that rely on “the experts” to guide them through life and they will jump  ALL over this nonsense.   Thanks, Stanford.  How do you sleep at night?

NOTE:  Not everyone can afford or can get access to organic foods year round.   Wash your veggies and fruits with 11.5 Kangen water and watch the water resistent pesticides melt away!   For more info refer to previous post


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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Joanne Witte says:

    I love your entries and I agree with you on so many levels. Thank you for sharing this information!

    1. h2orevival says:

      Joanne – Thanks for your input. I’m glad that you are finding some useful information here. Keep up the good fight for wellness!

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