The food revolution begins NOW... Send an unforgettable message to Big Food by voting for the Health Ranger's new book 'Food Forensics'
I need your help to send an unforgettable message to Big Food that says, "We demand food transparency, honest ingredients and clean food!"
I've just released my first published book. It's called "Food Forensics" and it's launching July 26th through all the major book resellers. And I need your help to put this book into the top sales lists on Amazon.com, BN.com and book retailers.
This book, Food Forensics, is Big Food's worst nightmare. It exposes the toxic chemicals and heavy metals that Big Food manufacturers are using to POISON you... even while they PROFIT from selling you the very things that are increasing your risk of cancer, diabetes, heart disease and dementia!
Check out my book trailer video below to learn why this breakthrough book is such an important victory for grassroots food consumers (and why Big Food is terrified that this book might succeed...)
Why heavy metals and other toxins hidden in my food make it dangerous
Everybody eats them, so they couldn’t be THAT harmful, right? WRONG! Just take a look at a few of the heavy metals and toxins we commonly ingest and their devastating effects:
Technically not a heavy metal, aluminum is still a toxin that is commonly found in deodorants, over-the-counter and prescriptions antacids and processed foods. Excessive exposure leads to Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.
Typically found in canned foods, refined chocolate and vehicle emissions (even if lead gasoline was banned in some countries more than twenty years ago!), lead can cause dementia, seizures, learning disabilities, aggression, hyperactivity and many others.
Vaccines, silver dental fillings and fish are all brimming with mercury! Avoid vaccines and the farmed varieties of fish at all cost since mercury can cross the blood-brain barrier and seriously damage your brain. It has been linked to immunological, psychological and neurological conditions (like Alzheimer’s disease), as well as to migraines, general weakness, heart arrhythmias and blurred vision.
Commonly found in fertilizers, fungicides, white flour and soft drinks, cadmium can cause brain damage and prevent your body from absorbing crucial nutrients like iron, zinc and calcium, thus leaving you more vulnerable to bone and immune system conditions.
Why do I need Food Forensics?
Break this vicious cycle and STAY INFORMED. Your health is at stake!
About the author
Author Mike Adams is the science lab director of CWC Labs, a commercial food testing, internationally accredited laboratory, and editor of NaturalNews.com. He gained fame as an outspoken clean food advocate and critic of the over-drugging of America with toxic pharmaceuticals. As an award-winning investigative journalist, he pursued a path of discovery into food ingredients, composition and contamination, ultimately transitioning to a food scientist with a world-class analytical laboratory he built from the ground up.
Catherine J Frompovich, Author of Eat To Beat Disease, Foods Medicinal Qualities
Ty Bollinger Author & Documentary Film Producer
Michael T. Murray, N.D., Co-author of The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine.
"Food Forensics is an incredible, ground-breaking book. Just buy it. And read it. You won't be sorry. It might be the best decision of your life."
"Radical, irreverent, always provocative. Mike Adams new book, Food Forensics, should be required reading for all the Big Food, Big Biotech apologists who continue to poison and mislead us, as well as for activists and concerned consumers."
Ronnie Cummins, The Organic Consumers Association
"I emphatically agree that this book is an important public record of scientific truth. An amazing job on so many levels and an absolute must read."
"Food Forensics definitely is a "must have" book for serious-minded researchers, healthcare practitioners and consumers, plus everyone who eats! I highly recommend it! It's a virtual "encyclopedia" about toxins we don't know about in our foods."
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