Cancer causing toxicity is everywhere. You can breath it, absorb it and walk on it without spending a dime. Why then do you insist on paying for more? Corporate American keeps serving it up and we keep buying.
There is enough toxicity in your day from just waking up on this planet to put you within range of illness. Apparently that is not enough for most people who take the next step and seek out an array of toxins in convenient packaging with colorful labels to bring home and store.
Open any cupboard in a typical home and you will find loads of cancer demons waiting to be released. Some of those products don’t even need to be opened to begin their aggressive push toward causing cancer to grow in your body. Just being near you and being able to share their alluring scents with your lungs can be enough to create an environment for cancer to flourish. Yet, we continue to buy.
We buy because we believe we are making choices. What’s important to note is that you are actually being served the same poisons in different wrappers by just a few corporate giants. On a marketing level, it’s called “the illusion of choice.” In real life, it’s called deceit.
Your packaged products likely come from one or more of the following primary producers: Kraft, Coca-Cola, Nestles, Proctor and Gamble, Pepisco, Kellogg, Johnson and Johnson, Mars, General Mills or Unilever. These companies and their sub-divisions are responsible for the greatest percentage of what is on market shelves.
These are the industry giants. Research any of their names in combination with cancer or toxicity, and you will find them mentioned. If you research these names with organics, you will find that they are all tapping into the concept of healthier living or at least, healthier marketing. Their efforts are weak and in many cases meaningless.
Attaching the concept of improved health, organics, pure, simply fresh and vitamin rich, not to mention “gluten-free” with these buzz words of the 2000’s these companies are now selling the “improved” versions of toxicity. If you want to increase sales and do little to actually improve the quality of your products you can change up a few words, spend a few cents and fool the public again into believing that what you are providing is an upgrade.
The reality is that these same corporations have known for decades that their products, processing and ingredients are killing their own customers. When they throw in an organic carrot or a few drops of essential oil we believe they are taking care of our health. Remember that “illusion of choice?” It has just been remodeled to include the “illusion of health.”
Personally, my trust is not going to the “reforming” corporate giants. They are making the most minimal of changes possible to maintain maximum profits. Not one of these giants has stepped forward to announce a commitment to health and chemically clean products. My money will continue to support those corporations that have, from inception, provided safe and clean products with health in mind.