Could it Be Possible that We are Poisoning Our Children with Food?


Could it Be Possible that We are Poisoning Our Children with Food?

Most of us were brought up with the belief that disease is caused by external things.

Few people know that germs can only “germinate” in a toxic environment.

Parents who see their children catch one infectious disease after another are especially concerned about giving their offspring every possible protection against infectious diseases.

Immunization seems to be one way of safeguarding their children’s lives.

In case a child has “caught” an infection, antibacterial or anti-viral drugs are considered to be the best option.

Being so used to blaming external pathogens (disease-causing factors) such as bacteria or viruses for an infection, not many people even consider the possibility that their health problems may have something to do with the food they eat.

Could it be possible that children (and also adults) who suffer from repeated infections are, in fact, only suffering from the consequences of being poisoned by soft drinks, ice cream, chips, chocolate, candy, “light foods, “fast” foods, processed breakfast cereals, frozen meals, canned foods, bottled salad dressings, etc.?

There are now over 40,000 different food times on the shelves of modern grocery stores, 98% of which have nothing to do with what nature had intended the human body to eat.

The human digestive system has no way of making use of foods that have been robbed of their natural life energy or manipulated and processed to a point of uselessness, regardless of how wonderful the ingredients list may appear to be.

If food has been made in the laboratory, as most foods are, it is no longer considered to be food.

It has become a poison.

With their immune systems impaired by large amounts of these or similar acid-forming foods and the chemical additives they contain, children barely stand a chance to fight off the normally harmless microbes that are part of our natural environment.

The situation is worsened if children haven’t been breastfed long enough to build up their immunity.

Many babies are still being fed with milk formula foods that contain rancid (oxidized) cholesterol (a result of milk-drying procedures), or foods that are sterilized, resulting in total degradation of their original life force.

Rancid fat or rancid cholesterol is a cancer-producing substance and the cause of many diseases, including allergies.

Several years ago, the British government discovered that nine brands of commonly used milk formula foods for babies contained potentially harmful chemicals.

Giving formula milk to babies can be considered a major health risk, particularly because immunity may not yet be fully developed.

In addition, there may be an entire cocktail of contaminants and noxious substances present in the drinking water, as well as the indoor and outdoor environment, that may easily suppress the just developing immune system of the child, making it susceptible to a whole range of illnesses.

All of this has a great influence on how well a growing or grown person will be able to go through the physical, mental, and emotional challenges of his life.

The younger generation is sicker than any generation has ever been before.

Schools and colleges feed them with cheap, low-nutrition foods and the situation at home is not much better.

Many diseases that used to strike only the adult population are now commonly found among young people.

Who would have believed that just 25 years ago, hardening of the arteries, high blood pressure, Type II diabetes, and obesity would one day be as widespread among children as it is today?

The consumption of foods that are of no use to our body is a major cause of disease, including infection.

Meat or other flesh foods belong in that same category.

When you eat meat, your body can only extract a fraction of the meat’s constituents and the rest has to be disposed of differently.

A large portion of the undigested meat protein is broken down by the meat’s cellular enzymes, and also by bacteria present within the intestinal tract.

Since the decomposing meat cells are made of degenerate and coagulated (due to heat) protein, their putrefaction results in the release of putrescin and cadaverin, which are deadly and highly irritating cadaver poisons.

Such powerful poisons are already enough to leave the body vulnerable to any kind of infection.

In most hospitals, both the young and older patients are given meat, sausages, eggs, fish, and poultry to eat, sometimes on the day after surgery or other invasive treatment when the digestive system is at its weakest.

Their already strained digestive and immune systems are unable to handle these additional toxins and try to pass as much of the waste into the bowel for possible elimination.

Congested bowels are highly fertile ground for a microbial infection, which is more likely to occur in the environment of a hospital where germs are present in larger quantities.


The life of a sick child may depend on whether he can remove most of the decomposing substances in his intestines before they are absorbed into the bloodstream and lymphatic system.

If gallstones obstruct the liver bile ducts (now quite common among children, too), the liver is no longer able to sufficiently remove the toxins that enter the blood via the bowel, hence “food poisoning” occurs.

Most so-called epidemics are in reality forms of food poisoning or chemical poisoning.

They occur among people with high levels of toxicity and low immunity, meaning, among those who are already ill.

Giving hospital patients any solid, concentrated foods to eat (such as meat) will use up the little energy they have left in them.

This energy is used to attend to the newly ingested food instead of using it to overcome the toxicity crisis.

An immune system that has been subdued by the presence of toxins is no longer able to effectively ward off bacteria, parasites, or viruses.

A child who is fed meat, eggs, and dairy products, including milk, is much more likely to develop digestive problems and children’s diseases such as diphtheria, smallpox, or septic fever, than a child who eats fruits, vegetables, grain foods, salads and drinks plenty of fresh water.

Most parents feel responsible for the health and safety of their children.

By becoming more conscious of their eating habits, they will automatically want to give their children the best and most nutritious foods and beverages available.

This can greatly contribute towards creating a generation of healthy young people who will be known for their absence of illness.


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