by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
Two Free Smartphone Apps That Will Eliminate Monsanto, Aspartame, HFCS And Processed Foods
Despite numerous outcries for GMO labeling, no one really knows if the food they are buying contains GMO’s or not… until now.
A new app called ‘Buycott” was unleashed in May of 2013 but was temporarily taken off the market because their server could not handle the traffic to their website. At one point, the Buycott app was being downloaded at a rate of up to 10 downloads per second!
The app is once again available for all smartphones but as of this date of publication, I am receiving the following message:
“We’re experiencing an unexpected influx of users. No activity yet.”
That being said, I was still able to scan products.
Developer Ivan Pardo stated on the company’s Facebook page that they were working on moving to a new server that can handle the traffic.
Buycott is a free smartphone app that allows you to scan any given product at the grocery store and not only tells you which foods are ultimately linked to Monsanto and their GMO’s but also companies who are engaging in cruelty to animals or other negative behaviors.
You can also view the “Family Tree” of any given product to see which companies are tied into corporate conglomerates who have a record of unethical testing and practices.
Additionally, you can start user created campaigns to either support or boycott specific products. For example, you could start a campaign against any given company who did not support GMO labeling or Prop 37 in California.
Another beneficial app is called “Fooducate”. While this app does not tell you if a product contains GMO’s or not, it does tell you the many negative ingredients in any given product, such as nitrates, aspartame, high fructose corn sugar, etc… and gives you nutritional advice on why certain ingredients are not beneficial to your health.
Fooducate will also recommend “Better Options” for any product you scan, but keep in mind that these products may contain GMO’s.
Official Buycott Website
Official Fooducate Website
It has become apparent that the FDA is as corrupt as the Monsanto officials who have been promoted to various government positions, such as Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, who was a corporate lawyer for Monsanto in the 1970’s.
According to OpenSecretsBlog, Monsanto has plenty of other ties to Washington. Eight lawmakers own stock in Monsanto, including Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.) and Reps. Dave Camp (R-Mich.), Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.), Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.), Michael McCaul (R-Texas), Jim Renacci (R-Ohio), Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) and Fred Upton (R-Mich.).
At one point in time, aspartame was banned by the FDA. According to an article on Rense,
|In 1985 Monsanto purchased G.D. Searle, the chemical company that held the patent to aspartame, the active ingredient in NutraSweet. Monsanto was apparently untroubled by aspartame’s clouded past, including a 1980 FDA Board of Inquiry, comprised of three independent scientists, which confirmed that it “might induce brain tumors.”
The FDA had actually banned aspartame based on this finding, only to have Searle Chairman Donald Rumsfeld (former Secretary of Defense) vow to “call in his markers,” to get it approved.
On January 21, 1981, the day after Ronald Reagan’s inauguration, Searle re-applied to the FDA for approval to use aspartame in food sweetener, and Reagan’s new FDA commissioner, Arthur Hayes Hull, Jr., appointed a 5-person Scientific Commission to review the board of inquiry’s decision.
It soon became clear that the panel would uphold the ban by a 3-2 decision, but Hull then installed a sixth member on the commission, and the vote became deadlocked. He then personally broke the tie in aspartame’s favor. Hull later left the FDA under allegations of impropriety, served briefly as Provost at New York Medical College, and then took a position with Burston-Marsteller, the chief public relations firm for both Monsanto and GD Searle. Since that time he has never spoken publicly about aspartame.
The FDA never approved of fluoride in our drinking water, either.
The FluorideDebate reports:
|The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) states that fluoride is not a mineral nutrient; it is a prescription drug. Every prescription drug has side-effects, including fluoride. Fluoride has never received FDA approval and does not meet the legal requirements of safety and effectiveness necessary for such approval. Once this drug is put in the water there is no control over individual dosage.
If the government and the FDA will not protect the people against bioterrorism and eugenics through genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) then it is up to the people to take a stand against Monsanto. For anybody who has a smartphone, I highly suggest that you upload these apps and make a statement against Monsanto by boycotting ALL of their products.
Your body will thank you as well.
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Gregg Prescott, M.S. is the founder and editor of In5D
.He hosts a weekly spiritual show on In5D Radio
and promotes spiritual, metaphysical and esoteric conferences in the United States through In5dEvents
. Gregg is currently working in collaboration with Michelle Walling, CHLC,
in opening a holistic walk-in clinic called Alternative Holistic Healthcare (AHH) in Sarasota, FL with subsequent subsidiaries around the world based upon this model.
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