Ingredient Carnauba Wax in Fruit Chews

…I had the opportunity to hear Hippocrates panel lecture about FOOD POISONING. They stated that disease in America continues to rise and how juicing can actually help to reverse almost anything. I always knew that food shipments are often found exceeding legal limits of toxic chemical pesticides and are then seized.

Only a fraction of all vegetable and fruit shipments into the U.S. via interstate commerce are checked for harmful pesticides. Medical researchers have stated that chemicals such as fertilizers and even weed killers applied to the soil will remain there for a long time. All crops thereafter, will absorb these chemicals into the soil fields. Poisons are then in the pulp and we digest that please demand organic and shop locally when you can.

During the 12th and 13th century farmers waxed fruits and vegetables to not only make it appear shiny but for a longer shelf life. Many clients mention that they purchase organic produce at a higher cost than conventional produce only to get it home and find it rotting. 

Beware sugar is also lurking in wax. It can be anything from shellac, carnauba, petroleum wax, to even sugar cane. Carnauba wax is made from the leaves of a Copernicia prunifera plant from Brazil and it is imported the most to the U.S. It is also found in dental floss, furniture and car wax to even shoe shine polish. Caution Parents: Also found in Fruit chews. This ingredient is better off left for my vehicle than in my kitchen cabinets.  Found on page #72, Healthy is not a Size, it is a Lifestyle

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