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How soft are soft drinks?

Pesticides or no pesticides, carbonated drinks are still playing havoc with human health the world over. They contain such lethal ingredients, which assuredly take us towards diabetes, insomnia and cancer. We give truly soft, safe and refreshing options to steer clear of the fizzes. The choice is yours The only positive aspect of the Centre for Science and Environment report on pesticides in soft drinks is that this industry came under countrywide focus and scrutiny. The media, the government and the public, all took notice of the CSE findings. However, sadly, and ironically, the focus was way off the mark. The issue here is not whether pesticide traces were found in the soft drinks samples. It is irrelevant, since the culprit here is the underground water, whose source is contaminated by extensive...

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Germ Theories: Bechamp vs Pasteur

By Anuradha Vashisht Since early 20th century researchers and authors have accused Louis Pateur of building his reputation and altering the course of twentieth century science by plagiarizing and distorting the work of Bechamp. In his book, The Dream and Lie of Louis Pasteur, originally published in the 1940's under the title Pasteur, Plagiarist, Imposter, RB Pearson exposes facts concerning Pasteur which are still being ignored today, and provides a detailed historical background to the controversy surrounding vaccination. “The weird thing is that even during Pasteur's lifetime, there were people who were saying that he was wrong, and that he knew he was wrong, but Pasteur was good at playing politics, and was in with the ruling class, so he won,” accuses Pearson. In one of the greatest offence perpetrated by humanity on...

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Care for a real soft drink?

Published in Life Positive, September 2003 (Source: LifePositive) Wisdom lies in looking at something, which is not just more refreshing, but also nourishing and health promoting. By Anuradha Vashisht Pesticides or no pesticides, carbonated drinks still play havoc with human health. They contain lethal ingredients that take us towards diabetes, insomnia and cancer. We give some truly soft, safe and refreshing options to thefizzes. Pick your choice. The only positive aspect of the sensational report of Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment on pesticides in soft drinks is that this flourishing industry came under countrywide focus and scrutiny. The media, the government and the public, all took notice of the findings. However, ironically, the focus was way off the mark. The issue is not whether heavy pesticide traces were found in the soft drinks samples....

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Bursting the cola bubble

Published in the New Delhi edition of Indian Express in September 2003   Much heat was generated in the country after Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) published its report on finding pesticides in soft drinks bottles. Media stoked the fire. The government report subsequently vindicated the cola giants. But was pesticides in soft drinks ever the issue?   by Anuradha Vashisht   CSE has not even scratched the surface of the problem. Pesticide traces have been found in our fruits, our vegetables, our crops, our soils, our water sources, and even in the milk of lactating mothers. What makes it such an important issue? Especially when the consumption of the basic necessities of life—food and water—is many times more than of colas and fizzes? And why should the soft drinks manufacturers be taken to task over...

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WHO’S AFRAID OF SARS?

by Anuradha Vashisht Far from causing disease, viruses are only the scavenging agents of nature. In ironically believing them to be the culprits, humanity is needlessly suffering from diseases that can be easily defeated by following internal and external hygiene, and the laws of nature. There is a need for the focus to be shifted from eliminating disease to building up health “The adversary is elusive, invisible and deadly, and until a few months ago it was an alien form never before seen on earth … the only way to defeat it is through a steady stream of intelligence.” These words are not scripted for a newest Hollywood spine-chiller. Nor do they come from the leader of a mission in the latest Carl Sagan space odyssey. This is the intro of a...

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The lethal vaccines

This open letter to the then Health Minister of India, Ms Sushma Swraj, appeared in the February 2004 issue of National Review (a Media Trans Asia publication, now out of print)   There is strong medical evidence suggesting that inoculation unleashes dreadful diseases like autism and cancer   by Anuradha Vashisht   Honorable Health Minister, It is truly admirable the way your ministry mobilises resources and your men reach out to hundreds of thousands of children in the country with their polio vaccine kits. The kind of resources that are mobilised for the Pulse Polio campaigns, the kind of media blitzkrieg that marks the drive, the kind of hype that is whipped up year after year about the war against this invisible enemy, all seem to be a work done well and hard. It shows when there is...

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