Turns out bread, sugar, coffee, cigarettes are EVEN MORE addictive than we are told and the makers know it!

Turns out bread, sugar, coffee, cigarettes are EVEN MORE addictive than we are told and the makers know it!

When the FDA examines a product, it looks at the list of ingredients that go into that product amd then the FDA people run their fingers down a sheet and look at the listed addictive properties of each chemical. They make decisions based on that list, created by chemical company lobbyists.

The list reflects “The Primary Chemicals” in the product but does not address the “secondary brain chemistry combination trigger reactive chemicals” which your brain makes using the combined effect of these product chemicals and your own body’s chemicals.

In other words, because your brain chemistry does not have a lobbyist consortium in Washington DC, you are getting the short end of the stick.

Where the existing lists rely on an “A = B” formula, the reality is that “A + B = a completely new brain chemistry result”

The NIH, the FDA and the public have been resistant to the insertion of metal probes into buyers brains as they munch their potato chips. Other brain experts have already seen this effect, though, and know that it is taking place. Brain probes are no longer needed. This is a known and confirmed effect.

While a small number of university experiments have been done with paid volunteers in surgical implant procedures. No tests have ever taken place for daily life metrics from the consumption of each item in the grocery store as you go about your day.

BUT, the makers of cigarettes, alcohol, coffee, sugared products, potato chips and bread already know, for a fact, about these secondary brain chemistry trigger effects. Their whole business plan is based around it. They have invested billions of dollars in making these products because they know that nobody will ever stop buying them. They can’t stop buying them. They are ADDICTED in every sense of the word on a deep brain programming level. It is called “embedded addiction” and it is subsidized by your tax dollars. When digested bread goes through your brain it makes a heroin-like residue. That is why people crave modern bread. (Old-days bread didn’t do that)

YOU participate in the ultimate cover-up of these “humans-as-cattle” predatory sales tools. Your own brain has been hiding the depth and intensity of this waterfall of embedded addictive reactions.. until now. Modern science and new MRI studies on brain injured patients has revealed the dark secret of addictive intensity that your grocery store begins and that never ends.

Even though commercialized addiction sounds really, really bad; (like the sort of thing that can ruin a society), no politician tries to do anything about it. This is because the chemical lobby is partially made up of the oil industry lobby, who make many of these chemicals. The politicians don’t want to get their golden lobby dollars cut off.

To be blunt: All of the experts know that these substances are built-to-addict and no politician will regulate this because the lobbyists threaten them with bankruptcy if they try to touch it.

Tina Lester- Mom, Detroit


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