And The Plot Thickens…International vs Local Food?

Warning!  This is a rant!

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We live in a country that is suffering economically with hundreds of thousands of jobless citizens.  Our college grads are saddled with debt and many are unable to find jobs.  It is reported that 1 in every 3 young adults are “living at home” because they are unable to break free on their own in this economy.

We are in the midst of a health crisis with a cancer rate of 1 in ever 2 males and 1 in every 3 females while autism strikes one in every 50 of our children.  We’ve been told over and over again that we all need to be eating locally grown, pesticide-free food for a multitude of reasons.  We need local sources and we NEED JOBS in America.

So…can somebody explain to me why we’re relying on international food sources that we have absolutely no control over (specials thanks to Mexico for including cyclospora along with the bagged lettuce) and why we opt to build THEIR economy instead of our own?  God bless America.

Here is the update on the outbreak of cyclospora:

WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration says an outbreak of stomach illnesses in Iowa and Nebraska is linked to salad mix served at local Olive Garden and Red Lobster restaurants and supplied by a Mexican farm.

The outbreak of cyclospora infections has sickened more than 400 people in 16 states in all. The agency says it is still working to determine whether the salad mix is the source of illnesses in the other 14 states.

If the ONLY option on my Kangen continuous water generator was the 2.5 pH water used for killing bacteria (MRSA, eColi, Salmonella, etc., within 30 seconds of contact) I would still consider this to be THE BEST investment I’ve ever made. ABSOLUTELY no fruits, veggies, chicken or fish ever enters the mouth of my family without first being “disinfected” with 2.5 pH water.  GO KANGEN!!  No cyclospora for us!

CHANGING THE WAY THE WORLD LOOKS AT WATER…

ONE DROP AT A TIME!

CLICK HERE to disinfect your own food!

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