How do you think the human body handles inhalation of fatty acids? Not well. This can be seen by any of the Safety Data Sheets regarding the handling of fatty acids such as omega 3, omega 6 and omega 9 types of both mono and polyunsaturated oils as produced by Canola and other 'bio-oil' flower... Continue Reading →
Do you use Wayback Archives (https://archive.org/web/web.php) as a point of reference? As with all things on the net, search results are open to manipulation. The following article expresses concern over the integrity of the internet and other web security vulnerabilities which need to be remedied in order for the internet to remain secure. Bryan Stralow,... Continue Reading →
Staff at Ballarat's Base Hospital have stolen genetic material from the birth of a child and also injected the mother with a syringe full of material without notification. When birthing our third child at the hospital just over three months ago, my wife Tasha and I were shocked at the occurrences which indicated clear a... Continue Reading →
Following ingestion, acrylamide is absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, distributed to all organs and extensively metabolised. Glycidamide is one of the main metabolites resulting from this process and the most likely cause of the gene mutations and tumours seen in animal studies.
Currently, Australia has no 'mutagenetic leglislation' as promised back in 1999 to the OECD. Without regulation, what pesticides and other chemicals are being approved?
Have you Immunised your Child? Let Organic Lifestyle know | Immuisation Efficacy Questionnaire. We are now interested in hearing from both supporters of vaccinations and those whom may be opposed to vaccinations.
Looking through different web search results, particularly on google, you will notice 'dates published'. This can help to provide and assure substantive business presence to customers and also indicate origination of content. But are the dates correct? Ever seen some "date anomalies'? We sure have... If you are a creative person, inventing new products or... Continue Reading →
A very well known dairy product manufacturer, who markets a flavoured milk product called "milky max", should really be calling their product sugar max but decided not to due to poor pr performance ratings. The above product mentions no artificial sweeteners but contains approx 27g of sugar per bottle. This is more sugar than some... Continue Reading →
Upcoming changes: check back for further information in March 2017. Each state has federal money available to refund organic certification fees. Under this program, applicants may recover 75% of certification fees up to $750 total per scope of certification in any one year. For the purposes of this reimbursement, the certification year is defined... Continue Reading →