I’m sorry it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. Detoxing has been pretty rough lately. So I’ll keep this post short. Just wanted to say a word about toxins.
Recently in my research I came across this disturbing quote:
“The first principle of toxicology is ‘the dose makes the poison.’ It’s the AMOUNT of a potentially hazardous chemical, not its presence or absence, that determines the potential for harm.”
(from – http://www.technewsworld.com/story/68569.html?wlc=1269807786)
Now, at first this might sound reasonable, and if we were talking about ONE toxin in ONE product, it could possibly be an acceptable statement.
HOWEVER, the reality is that we’re talking about dozens of toxins in literally thousands of products, both for daily use and commercial use.
A toxin is still a toxin, and a poison is still a poison, no matter how much or little of it is present! Yes, our bodies have the ability to ‘detox’ toxins and poisons, but they are still not GOOD for us. If they were good for us they wouldn’t be called toxins or poisons.
Yet, our government operates under the same attitude as the person who made the above statement. They have labeled those thousands of products as “safe” becuase the AMOUNT of toxins/poisons is considered “small enough.”
Maybe if they were bankers instead of politicians they’d understand the concept of compounded interest. One product with “safe” amounts of toxins probably wouldn’t cause much damage. But when you compound hundreds of prodcuts that contain “safe” amounts of toxic chemicals (including the food we eat, the water we drink, the houses we live in, the fragrances we wear, etc, etc, etc.) there is no way you can avoid an overload of toxins/poisons.
Am I the only one who thinks this both ridiculous and scary?
The government may label thousands of products as “safe,” but that doesn’t mean they really are safe for you and me. We cannot rely on the government or profit-motivated companies to protect us from toxic exposure.
Take responsibility for your own health. Educate yourself. Read labels. Change your buying habits. Make your voice heard.
And don’t buy into the theory that a “small” amount of toxins/poisons is “safe.”
May God have mercy on us.