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Friday, February 5, 2016

How Organisms Work (The Demise of the Arctic Apple)

I was listening to Dr. Ted Broer's podcast last night (the previous night, his guest was Jon Rappoport, who discussed the Zika virus not being the cause of microcephaly; rather, it was the result of the TDAP vaccine given around the same time that the epidemic became known, among other subjects). He and his son, Austin, mentioned that the B.C. Fruit Growers Association is resolving to block sales of the recently approved Arctic Apple (featured on Doctor Oz's show):


KELOWNA – The B.C. Fruit Growers’ Association doesn’t want to see the genetically modified Arctic apple on grocery store shelves in Canada.


The group passed a resolution at its annual general meeting in Kelowna to ask the Canadian government to de-register the product.


The Arctic apple doesn’t turn brown, because the gene responsible for producing the enzyme that causes browning has been switched off.

It was deregulated in the U.S. in February 2015 and approved by Health Canada shortly afterwards, giving the green light for the sale of the apple in both countries.

What the article does not mention, however, is the reason for wanting to take the product off of shelves. The reason is that, in turning off the enzyme that turns the fruit brown after exposure to air, in turn, turns off the natural defenses the fruit has to pests. That necessitates that the fruit must then be sprayed with pesticides.

A living being is an amazing thing, but underneath the exterior, there is a delicate balance occurring. Processes to enable life are tied into other processes, and not necessarily in a determinable way. The story of the Arctic Apple is a fine example of said balance.

I am a new listener of Ted's program, and his advice, as well as one of his products, has allowed me to see the first signs of actual healing after nearly four years since I had an accident which robbed me of a normal life, as well as my family. I look forward to using more of Ted's products; Doug Hagmann of the Hagmann & Hagmann Report was brought back from the brink of having to live with the vagaries of diabetic complications.

I wholly recommend that you check out his product line - maybe you can benefit.

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