Book Review: Food Forensics by Mike Adams

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BreakawayConsciousness
Zy Marquiez
August 15, 2016

This is the type of book, similar to Dr. Brogan’s A Mind Of Your Own, that the mainstream media won’t touch.  The data provided is too important, too thought-provoking, too paradigm shifting for the mainstream press to get involved, which is why it will take a grassroots effort to get the information out there.  And it will get out there.

Within the alternative media there are many people putting out quality information.  Then, there are others who have raised the bar of credibility and subjects that affect us all.  Mike Adams is one of the latter.

Food Forensics is a veritable discourse into many of the dangers we as individuals face in respect to the many toxins that people expose themselves within their food.  Because of those data points, this is where this book shines.

Adams takes a methodical approach outlining the many dangers involved with the foods that he’s tested in a manner that is sensible, responsible, and credible.

All the information provided might seem shocking to some, but unfortunately this is definitely ‘par for the course’ given the relentless onslaught of toxins we face in our daily lives from establishment corporations et al.

Throughout each page, the reader can certainly follow the concern that Adams has for the noxious substances some people are exposing themselves too.

The book is laid out in a pretty straight forward no-nonsense way.  Adams provides more than ample information that can be digested [no pun intended] by the reader and thoroughly pondered.  It’s really a vital issue  given how many people are being exposed to these deleterious substances.

As individuals, it’s imperative to be proactive and boycott ALL BUSINESSES that that will put their profits over your health.  Not only that, but we need to let others know what’s wrong.  This is too important not to spark fires of curiosity in other individuals.

How the health of our society looks many years from now will be highly dependent on what proactive/inquisitive individuals inform themselves about.  Books such as this make it possible not only to harpoon core issues that affect all of us, but also sets the template for how to live an inherently healthier life.