Fukushima Nuclear Plant Melt Down Impacts: Sea Salt

I sent the following message to my local health food store.

As a regular shopper at your store I notice more and more organic and NON-GMO foods contain sea salt. I do not eat anything from the sea, including sea salt, so I started reading labels at home and discovered that HarvestsuN Organic bouillon cubes DO contain sea salt.

The following link is an update to the Fukushima, Japan nuclear power plant melt down in March 2011. After doing your own due diligence perhaps you will consider notifying suppliers that Himalayan pink salt is a safe and healthy alternative to sea salt.

Fukushima: A Nuclear War without a War: The Unspoken Crisis of Worldwide Nuclear Radiation


This Interactive Online I-Book brings attention to an important collection of articles, reports and video material on the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe and its impacts. http://www.globalresearch.ca/fukushima-a-nuclear-war-without-a-war-the-unspoken-crisis-of-worldwide-nuclear-radiation/28870

Thanks for your attention to this matter.

Subsequent to sending the above message I found this

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READ more at http://www.fukushimaradiation.info/

Take good care of yourselves and please share widely.

Doreen Ann Agostino
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About Doreen Agostino

Resolution Guide, Author, Radio Host, Emissary of Greater Well-being, Freedom, and Natural Law; do no harm and do not allow others to harm.
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4 Responses to Fukushima Nuclear Plant Melt Down Impacts: Sea Salt

  1. Pingback: SALT, SUGAR, FAT … How The Food Giants Hook Us | Greater Well Be1ng

  2. Ri-chard says:

    Maybe is would be good for all to send this report to the local GNC Store as well. Just to let them know what we know.


    • Hi Richard and thanks for the suggestion.

      Our voices are always loudest when counted together. Until a vast number of people speak up, public silence is implied ‘consent’ to illness that is otherwise avoidable through expanded awareness and corrective peaceful action.

      I recently visited an organic meat farm to buy bones for my dog and discovered their sausage meat contains sea salt. When I wrote to Cornucopia Institute I asked them to notify the public, as well as suggest to organic meat farmers that they request meat packers to use Himalayan pink salt instead of sea salt.

      The Cornucopia Institute, through research and investigations on agricultural and food issues, provides needed information to family farmers, consumers and other stakeholders in the good food movement and to the media. http://www.cornucopia.org


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