Chemically-Induced Parkinson's Disease

Chances are you already know someone with Parkinson's Disease - Unfortunately for us it's not something rare that happens to someone else but in fact is quite easy to develop if you don't watch what you eat.

Here's an example. According to over 100 scientific studies, several pesticides commonly used on fruit and vegetables are able to increase the risk of developing Parkinson's by as much as 58%. Read that again and let it really sink in.

Of course that large risk increase isn't yet taking into account any of the food additives that are also associated with Parkinson's and other degenerative diseases, aspartame being a prime example (unfortunately one of many). Combine the two and you've got yourself a veritable chemical cocktail that can knock your chances of developing Parkinson's or any other debilitating condition through the roof. And to make matters worse, these chemicals (both additives and pesticides) are all over the place and so easy to consume unless you watch what you eat.

Taking care in what we eat has never been more important, and let's face it - most food companies are all about profits, so it's all really down to us. Make sure you're well informed as to what may be hazardous to your health (anyone that could use a bit of help with that should probably consider getting a copy of "Additives Uncovered: What's in your food and how it affects you".), buy organic fruit and vegetables if you can (if you ever thought about it but couldn't justify the extra cost, then maybe after reading this article you'll want to reconsider.)

If you don't want to end up with chemically-induced Parkinson's Disease (or worse) - then it's time to take action!

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