Missing link in food chain creates deadly imbalance

Missing link in food chain creates deadly imbalance Our current health dilemma is comparable to a three-legged stool, with the well-known and familiar vitamins and minerals being two of the legs. Without the third leg, plant phytochemicals, this
three-legged stool will not stand, upsetting nature’s fragile balance. Phytochemicals stimulate the immune and hormonal systems, and are the missing link upsetting the entire food chain, which is manifest by serious and diverse health problems. The inconceivable tragedy is that for many years the pharmaceutical companies
have been knowingly substituting the “third leg” in the form of very expensive synthetic drugs, versions of otherwise naturally occurring phytochemicals created both by microscopic soilbased plants (microbes) and higher plants. Similarly, the huge agricultural chemical companies substitute chemical pesticides to resolve farmers’ out-ofbalance crop problems. This all comes at a huge cost to consumers, both monetarily and in steadily failing health and upset to nature’s balance.

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