Staying Healthy in Out Toxic World

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Editor, Wisconsin Christian News:
       It is very sad for me as I watch friends struggling with issues, not feeling quite right, and hooked on many of the prescription drugs, seemingly forever.

   As I read a recent report that stated, “more than 80,000 chemicals used in various industries nationwide, and over 2,000 new ones are being introduced annually,” it literally made me ill.

   Some years back, someone didn’t know what to do with a toxin left from phosphate fertilizer and aluminum industries.  So they came up with a story, calling it “Fluoride” and sold it as a cavity preventer.  It lasted awhile, but the Dental Association stopped it’s use over 15 years ago.  Yet, it is still in toothepaste and drinking water.  Why?

   Also, what about all the chemicals in cleaning products, textiles, lawn care products, and my least favorite: Glyphosate, which is killing bees and butterflies and making people sick?  The U. N. calsses it as a “probably carcinogen.”  Many European countries have banned it.  Will we ever?

   Then, there’s “Geo-Engineering.”  The evidence is growing about genetically-modified foods (GMOs), including animals and fish.  Will it ever end?  I’ve done reports on this before ( and

   I’m a label-reader.  I notice lots of others doing the same, as they look for safe foods.  Grocery stores now have organic sections, with GMO-free and Gluten-free foods.  People are tired of feeling sick.

   Finally, I want to know exactly what’s in vaccines (see and  

   What’s more, “Chemtrails” are seen nationwide almost every day (look into

   This year, Big Pharma plans to release 300 new vaccines, SIXTY of which are for kids before they start school!

   As we head into summer, the ticks are bad this year.  I prefer to use God’s medicine whenever possible, rather than man’s chemicals.  Having dealt with chronic Lyme Disease for four years now, I would strongly suggest people take daily capsules of Sage and Astragalus, which will help fend off tick bites.  It’s easier to stay well than to GET well.
-Esther Niedzwiecki,
Owen, Wisconsin

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