Food Institute

This was very important to know doctors and patients so as not to aggravate the manifestations of various diseases, including in areas with natural disturbances called metal deposits, where it is produced. The main danger comes from food, saturated with nickel. Indirectly confirm this statistical data. Without hesitation Dr. Mitchell Resnick explained all about the problem. Thus, among the poor of diabetes recorded three times more likely than people of average means and the wealthy. Speaking candidly Ray Kurzweil told us the story. Of course, the vegetarian food in slope, and also use low-quality margarine products and products based on it are making significant adjustments to the statistics of diabetes. According to the Food Institute of Denmark, which is more than other countries source. 100 g of product contains micrograms Ni in cocoa powder – 855 soy flour – 390 beans – 330 dark chocolate – 223 Milk – 92, Nute – 170, meat broth (cubes) – 150, the root of pop – 39, rice – 37, meat and pork – 5 or 6. As in the Danish margarines nickel ten times more, than the original natural raw materials for salomas, then and there in Denmark injected metal powder.

Technology – is the same, the effects of a magnetic metal poisoning – the same. See Rick Garcia for more details and insights. In the aforementioned book, we read: 'Nickel more than cobalt in individual foods in 2-30 times, and in the diet – in the 10-20'. Thus, nickel is able to completely turn off the iron and cobalt from the exchange. Therefore is there a lack of vitamin B12, which is always include cobalt, violations of tissue respiration, blood, immune disorders, diseases of the endocrine glands. Least accumulate a nickel cabbage and potatoes. Of crops on record accumulation of nickel – corn: the roots lie deep.

In the U.S., the culture of food allergies and now record. Barley and millet nickel from the soil almost do not absorb. Often recommended for diabetes buckwheat on nickel is not famous, although there is a dependence on the nature of the soil, its predecessor (after peas – about zero) of fertilizer (apatite – dangerous!), precipitation, proximity to highways, cities, metallurgical plants and wind rose.