Creating Waves of Awareness
WHO AND WHAT CAN WE TRUST ANYMORE?
The FDA does not regulate our meat. Do not be fooled. Increasing numbers of individuals are poisoned by meat which is processed with many contaminants. This is a recent story on NYTIMES.
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Stephanie Smith, a children’s dance instructor, thought she had a stomach virus. The aches and cramping were tolerable that first day, and she finished her classes.
The video has an interview of the 22-year old dance teacher who became paralyzed from the waist down as a result of the toxin. Her life was saved by putting her into a 9-week coma. Look at the change in her appearance. Listen to her words about how she viewed her home, her world after returning from the long hospital stay.
You will hear her say, "Why me? and why from a hamburger?" In my nosode notes, this question is prominent when looking for a nosode remedy.
WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?
Have you not seen the many videos about food production today? Ground up diseased meat, fat, waste, filth all ground up from many factories coming from different states and countries are blended into your one hamburger. It does not come from one cow that was loved and cared for on a small farm.
Okay. Now I know all the vegetarians out there are shaking their heads. Maybe saying, "I told you so," or talking about some religious laws or ways to live more environmentally friendly, etc. You're all off the hook and don't have to worry about eating tainted meat. But, let's also find some homeopathic solutions when unknowing people purchase and cook a product that will become a toxin in their system.
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And, just for the record, we've had quite a bit of tainted spinach in recent years. CDC reports from 2006. And even an outbreak from cookie dough July 2009, pizza and taco bell. Should I tell everyone that we never eat out?
Kitchen Counter Tops Harbor Bacteria
University of Arizona at Tucson study identified the kitchen as the most germ-contaminated area in the home. The study reported that countertops are one of five key "hot zones," or sites with the highest bacteria counts. These hot zones can spread infections when germs are transferred from a contaminated item (your kitchen counter) to your hands to your body.
Well, that is nothing compared to the production of food. You will learn more about the meat processing plants and about disease causing micro-organisms than you ever wanted to know.
Ben Garvin for The New York Times
Stephanie Smith, 22, was paralyzed after being stricken by E. coli in 2007. Officials traced the E. coli to hamburger her family had eaten.
Stephanie Smith was in a coma for nine weeks after being infected with E. coli.
Then her diarrhea turned bloody. Her kidneys shut down. Seizures knocked her unconscious. The convulsions grew so relentless that doctors had to put her in a coma for nine weeks. When she emerged, she could no longer walk. The affliction had ravaged her nervous system and left her paralyzed.
Ms. Smith, 22, was found to have a severe form of food-borne illness caused by E. coli, which Minnesota officials traced to the hamburger that her mother had grilled for their Sunday dinner in early fall 2007.
“I ask myself every day, ‘Why me?’ and ‘Why from a hamburger?’ ”Ms. Smith said. In the simplest terms, she ran out of luck in a food-safety game of chance whose rules and risks are not widely known.
Meat companies and grocers have been barred from selling ground beef tainted by the virulent strain of E. coli known as O157:H7 since 1994, after an outbreak at Jack in the Box restaurants left four children dead. Yet tens of thousands of people are still sickened annually by this pathogen, federal health officials estimate, with hamburger being the biggest culprit. Ground beef has been blamed for 16 outbreaks in the last three years alone, including the one that left Ms. Smith paralyzed from the waist down. This summer, contamination led to the recall of beef from nearly 3,000 grocers in 41 states.
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I'm wondering if the same remedies used for MRSA will also help for E-Coli bacteria infections?
It looks like Manganum results in paralysis in lower limbs.
2011 Event | Contaminated Cantaloupe Melons
Eleven illnesses in Colorado, one in Indiana, one in Nebraska, one in Oklahoma and two in Texas are linked to the listeriosis outbreak and contaminated cantaloupes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Jensen Farms said it shipped the recalled cantaloupes to Illinois, Wyoming, Tennessee, Utah, Texas, Colorado, Minnesota, Kansas, New Mexico, North Carolina, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Arizona, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Listeriosis usually causes fever, muscle aches and diarrhea or other gastrointestinal problems, according to the CDC. It can be fatal among high-risk groups of people, such as the elderly, those with compromised immune systems or chronic medical conditions like cancer. Listeriosis can cause miscarriage, stillbirth and serious illness or death in newborn babies.
Year 2012 has seen reduced production of cantaloupes however improved sanitation techniques have been put into place. Among the improvements are a new washing and cooling system. They also invested into a new system that tracks the fruit from harvest to the consumer's hand. Next year should seen increased crops.