Who Put the ‘Ail’ in Codex Alimentarius?_Featured_, Health-Wellness Wednesday, October 20th, 2010
The Codex Alimentarius is a menace to nutrition and good health as it will restrict availability of nutritional supplements. A well known cardiologist by the name of Dr. Matthias Rath sent a letter to the German chancellor, Helmut Kohl which said that the “Codex” committee was comprised of pharmaceutical companies that seek to implement standards for vitamins and dietary supplements.
His letter also stated that vitamins would have to adhere to the “arbitrary restrictions” of the Codex. The Codex Commission plans to prevent any health claims related to vitamins world wide. He concluded in his letter that the Codex Commission really intends to protect big pharma by banning natural remedies no matter how effective they are.
“I.G. Farben was responsible for killing millions of people and was broken up in 1946 at the Nurenberg trials and split into Bayer, BASF, and Hoechst,” Dr. Rath stated. “If the Codex Commission obstructs the eradication of heart disease by banning nutritional supplements, more than 12 million people will continue to die every year.”
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