USDA Requires Rat Poison to be Added to Milk
“The two basic items necessary to sustain
life are sunshine and coconut milk.”
- Dustin Hoffman
It’s The Law:
A brochure produced by the Ministry of Environment in
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, reveals the
“Safe and Sensible Pest Control”
The brochure represents a series of “safe and sensible”
pest control measures, according to the Canadian Health
Minister. Canadian health officials believe that Vitamin
D-3 is the most effective and ecologically sound method
of dealing with rat and mouse infestation.
Information on milk cartons reveal that two ingredients
fill the container: Milk and Vitamin D-3. Vitamin D-3 is
used to kill rats! Why is it added to milk for our children
to drink in the name of good health?
According to the Canadian brochure, products containing
Vitamin D-3 (calciferol) kill by vitamin overdose after 3-4
days. The Vitamin D-3 actually mobilizes excessive amounts
of calcium from an animal’s bones.
And you thought that Vitamin D-3 in milk helped to absorb
calcium. Another dairy industry myth!
Don’t try this at home. When the animal dies within your walls,
its putrefying body will add the most unpleasant bouquet to your
environment. The offensive smell may last for months.
Many methods of mice and rat control are discussed. I prefer
the most foolproof of methods: Don’t let them eat your food.
Store all foods in refrigerators or tamper-proof containers.
With no food supply, mice and rats go elsewhere to dine.
How soon we forget! Children are taught in first grade that
Vitamin D is the “sunshine vitamin.” Vitamin D is a steroid
hormone and is synthesized in one’s body after skin is exposed
to sunlight. Once the body has made enough, it will produce
no more. Too much Vitamin D can be toxic and
result in bone loss.
In 1963, the journal Pediatrics (Volume 31) revealed:
“Consuming as little as 45 micrograms of Vitamin D-3 in young
children has resulted in signs of overdose.” (one gallon of milk
contains 1600 IU, or 40 micrograms).
A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine
(Volume 326, 1992) revealed that of 42 milk samples, only
12% were within the expected range of Vitamin D content.
Testing of 10 samples of infant formula revealed seven with
more that twice the Vitamin D content reported on the label,
one of which had more than four times the label amount.
“Keep your face always toward the
sunshine – and shadows will fall behind you.
- Walt Whitman
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