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Healthcare Law

The Humanitarian Side of Health Care Law

Health care law has been moving in an interesting direction in the last few decades. The FDA and other authorities have been changing its policies and cracking down on natural medicines and the people qualified to administer them. You can draw your own conclusions about how humanitarian these changes are.

Codex Alimentarius

John Hammell, founder of International Advocates for Health Freedom: an advocacy group created to fight globalists' efforts to regulate alternative health treatments, including herbs, dietary supplements, and vitamins, made the following statement on the subject:

"The Codex Alimentarius Commission claims that their main purpose is to protect the health of consumers and ensure fair trade practices in the food trade worldwide, but the truth is that the Codex Alimentarius Commission is dominated by corporate multi-national interests that do not have as their primary concern the health interests of the people they claim they are in business to protect, not if that health interest is better served by alternative food supplements and alternative medicine. They have a business with disease – it's not in their best interests that people be healthy."

Others argue that The Codex Alimentarius is a threat to the freedom of individuals. We should all be able to choose natural healing and alternative medicine and nutrition, shouldn´t we?

Ratified by the World Health Organization, the codex went into Law in the United States in 2009.

But The Codex Alimentarius Commission was actually created in 1963 by the Food and Agricultural Organization and the World Health Organization—two official groups within the United Nations. 

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says vitamins, supplements, herbs and other natural substances, including water when it is used to "treat" dehydration, should be classified as drugs. Perhaps this is so they can control them. 

This government agency also put its "Complementary and Alternative Medicine Products and Their Regulation by the Food and Drug Administration" on a fast track for implementation.

This move by the FDA may have been designed to destroy the 1994 DSHEA law, which made supplements 'legal'. It may also be aimed at eliminating nutritional supplements and natural medicine from the United States, ensuring monopoly profits and control by drug companies and the FDA.

Here´s a video on Codex Alimentarius and the threat to health freedom. It includes a debate with the President of the National Health Federation, Scott Tips:

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