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Vaccine Safety Rallies Across Italy

By Scott C. Tips Mandatory vaccines in Italy are just the Beginning You’ve never been to a rally until you’ve gone to an Italian rally. Noise, exuberance, anger, more noise, brotherhood, sisterhood, togetherness, even more noise, and vintage-Italian hand-waving exhibitionism all rolled into one moving, seething mass of humanity that demands to be heard –…

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A Stain on Codex ….

By Scott C. Tips, NHF President Codex Alimentarius Embraces Monsanto While Rejecting Natural Health at its Geneva Meeting   “You will never understand bureaucracies until you understand that for bureaucrats procedure is everything and outcomes are nothing.”      – Thomas Sowell   Natural health was dealt another series of blows during the week of July 16-22,…

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GcMAF’s Jason Bourne-Style Pursuit MHRA Thugs Increasing Cancer Body Counts

By NHF-UK Staff Writer   The scientists and staff behind GcMAF – the body’s way of curing cancer, and the answer to cancer the World has been waiting for – are being relentlessly and atrociously chased and harassed by government thugs, just as Jason Bourne was in his action-thriller movies. But this is real life.…

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A Spicy Debate – NHF Debuts at the Codex Committee on Spices and Culinary Herbs in India

By Sara Boo, NHF-Sweden Executive Director Initially, my colleague Michael Zazzio and I (representing NHF-Sweden) were to go with Scott Tips as part of the National Health Federation (NHF) delegation attending the Codex Committee on Spices and Culinary Herbs (CCSCH) in Chennai, India, the week of February 6-10, 2017. There, Michael and I were to…

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Disaster Narrowly Averted for Organic Produce

By Birgitta Lauren The NHF at the Codex Alimentarius Meeting on Food Hygiene – Los Angeles 2016   Having studied Codex Alimentarius for many years, and wishing to be able to be a fly on the wall, I was able to actually participate as an NHF delegate helping shape food health globally, which was humbling…

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