Something to note, I've done my research and it's not as bad as she says. It's still bad though.
1. POPs are reintroduced as a result of Codex Alimentarius. This is a fact, which you can check yourself. This is VERY bad. Persistent organic pollutants are the last thing I want in my food. It's almost as bad as spraying crops with liquid mercury.
2. The vitamins and mineral contents of "supplements" are incredibly low when toxicity studies are used for guidelines; sometimes 1/100th of the current RDAs in the US and the UK. The Codex does stipulate, however, that most vitamins and minerals should be ingested in a healthy balanced diet. The point of supplements, however, is to provide for any lack in a diet and it is misleading to consumers to put in such low contents. Also there is ambiguity about the meaning of the phrase "food supplement" and whether this applies to high nutrient value aid food for third world countries.
3. The figure of 3 billion dead is a complete exaggeration. After checking the relevant WHO and FAO reports, I can't even come close to that figure. This is clearly untrue or greatly exaggerated.
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