We are told, eat your veg to be healthy. I think this is true, but with a foot note. Pesticides are engineered not to wash off, even in a heavy rain. So if you think, you decontaminate your veg, good luck. Try washing olive oil off hands with soap and water, which is a million times easier than an engineered petrol chemical. Pesticides are a combination of two toxins. Toxic one is a petroleum based liquid to help stick toxin two, a weak nerve toxin to kill the bugs, sometimes it is heavy metal dust, copper or something a kin. Farming on the ground, below 2 to 3 feet out of the green zone can only be performed with these two part toxins.
The EU just banned a long list of pesticides because of an unknown Health Emergence. You only ban pesticides if there is a health emergency.
I think the EU banned the list of pesticides because it has something to do with diabetes, crazy A1C numbers and blood sugar problems through EU is getting fat.
As a geologist, I can surly say I have reach the MPD, or maximum permissible does on 100s of toxins. Spray paint can even set me off now. After you reach MPD you start to feel the effects of toxins.Sure cancer down the road, but if your at MPD you will feel the effects, or sickness in simpler term.
Since I began over eating produce on farm, to collect seeds for the 2nd generation crops, my A1C numbers dropped 3 points in 2.5 months. The food I grew, I know is toxin free and was the only change in my diet.
My type 2 is different, yes it is affected by your intake of sugar but I always thought there was something else influencing my weirdo sugar numbers. The oddest thing is, I would eat shit bad food and have good numbers and then spinach and have oddly higher numbers then I would expect. There was something else influencing my sugars.
In the USA, there were only about 200 to 300 doctors that specialized in diabetes. Try calling a blood doctor and get an appointment, for next year. These 200 blood doctors in the USA are experiencing an alarming instant need for their services. So proof that there is something going on.
The liver acts as the body's glucose (or fuel) reservoir, and helps to keep your circulating blood sugar levels and other body fuels steady and constant.
The liver's main job is to filter the blood coming from the digestive tract, before passing it to the rest of the body. The liver also detoxifies chemicals and metabolizes drugs. As it does so, the liver secretes bile back into the intestines as the filtered out waste.
If humans are having issues with the pesticides just EU banned the filtering organ of the digestive track, the liver is a good place to start asking questions.
The European Union will ban the world’s most widely used insecticides from all fields due to the serious danger they pose to bees AND HUMANS..
The ban on neonicotinoids, approved by member nations on Friday, is expected to come into force by the end of 2018.
The type of Chemical Plantation Farming, ground / dirt farming performed throughout the EU in potatoe famine style is in 6 months not permitted
Dumb Dumb will cheat, stock up on night time secret treatment chemicals before they cannot get them legally anymore.
UrbanCityFarms.com is ahead of the game. Growing food 3 feet plus off ground into the green zone, requires no toxic chemicals.
February, 2018 a major report from the European Union’s scientific risk assessors(Efsa) concluded that the high risk to both honeybees and wild bees resulted from any outdoor use, because the pesticides contaminate soil and water. This leads to the pesticides appearing in wildflowers or succeeding crops.
This means you can’t get rid of it, so easy. A recent study of honey samples revealed global contamination by neonicotinoids.
If you are having a reaction to neonicotinoids your screwed. Yes, people will react to nerve toxins. These reactions will be in the body filtering mechanism, which is the liver. Liver also makes insulin and controls sugar levels.
Toxic effects show first in liver function.
The ban on the three main neonicotinoids has widespread public support in tEU, with almost 5 million people signing a petition from campaign group Avaaz. “Banning these toxic pesticides is a beacon of hope for bees,” said Antonia Staats at Avaaz. “Finally, our governments are listening to their citizens, the scientific evidence and farmers who know that bees can’t live with these chemicals and we can’t live without bees.”
Martin Dermine, at Pesticide Action Network Europe, said: “Authorising neonicotinoids a quarter of a century ago was a mistake and led to an environmental disaster. Today’s vote is historic.”