We live in a world filled with plastics, heavy metals, food preservatives, processed foods, genetically modified organisms, drugs, ointments, medications, electromagnetic frequencies, radiation, treated water and all manner of substances alleged to make our modern lives easier. But are the chemicals we encounter, ingest, and breathe necessarily harmless?
From the millions of premature deaths caused by unchecked environmental pollution and weak government oversight of the safety of our food supply to chemtrails, 5G fears, fluoride in our water supply, and various conspiracy theories, Toxin Nation: The Poisoning of Our Air, Water, Food, and Bodies looks at the truth and the schemes to allow toxins, poisons, and unproven substances to potentially harm our health. It looks at the huge profits that corporations make by selling unsafe products and the corrupting influence of money on politicians, government bureaucrats, others tasked with protecting our safety.
The disturbing--and illuminating--expos shows how the government and industries affect our health, and how the choices we make and the products we purchase contribute to harming our bodies. Its unmasks ...how unproven substances affect chronic obesity and cancer how to avoid toxic foods, drinks, and other products stories of corrupt politicians, corporate CEOs, and regulators trading safety for money the widespread toxicity of indoor air pollution the perniciousness of cancer-causing chemicals the influences of 5G and EMF from cell phones and gadgets upon the human immune system Big Pharma, agribusiness, and fossil fuel industry gaslighting secret government tests of toxins on human beings the harm from pesticides and food additives research and scientific studies on the effects of chemicals on human physiology and much more.
Knowledge is power, and the more you know, the safer and healthier you can become. Toxin Nation is eye-opening and informative. Filled with photos and other graphics, this important book is richly illustrated. Its helpful bibliography and extensive index add to its usefulness.