Poisoning Our Children
Parenting was never easy. While loving, teaching and nourishing children, parents also seek to protect them from harm. The past few generations, however, have been silently attacked by thousands of manmade, poisonous chemicals carried into homes and children's bodies in our food supply.
The chemical-based conventional agriculture industry claims that the synthesized concoctions they sell as pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides are safe when used as directed, but does the scientific evidence truly support their assertions? When pesticide residues are found in 77 percent of all foods in the United States, it's important to know the truth. Organic agriculturist André Leu has weeded through a wealth of respected scientific journals to present peer-reviewed evidence proving that the claims of chemical companies and pesticide regulators are not all they seem.
Learn the truth behind:
• The "Rigorously Tested" Myth. Are pesticides tested for safety before going on the market?
• The "Very Small Amount" Myth. Can even a small amount o f chemical residue be harmful?
• The "Breakdown" Myth: Do pesticides rapidly biodegrade, and are the breakdown products truly harmless?
• The "Reliable Regulatory Authority" Myth. Do the regulatory authorities review unbiased evidence before declaring a product safe?
• The "Pesticides Are Essential to Farming" Myth. Are pesticides the only thing keeping our planet from starvation?
Sadly, parents must educate themselves on this serious danger to the health and development of our most vulnerable population, our children.
Copyright 2018, softcover, 206 pages. 30 per case.
Read an excerpt from Poisoning Our Children on EcoFarming Daily.
You may also be interested in André Leu's previous book, The Myths of Safe Pesticides.
A truly fantastic book that has taught me so much. I write articles all the time on health and the use of seaweed in farming sending some to Acres USA. We desperately need people like Andre Lou in our world to give us the truth about what big business is getting away with these days.