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FDA Considers Allowing Aspartame in Milk Without Label PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dee McCaffrey, CDC   
Monday, March 04, 2013




The story of milk keeps getting worse.

Appalling as it may sound, the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) and the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) have filed a petition with the FDA asking the FDA to alter the definition of "milk" to secretly include chemical sweeteners such as aspartame and sucralose.

Even worse, these additives would not need to be listed on the label. They will simply be under the definition of "milk," so that when a company lists "milk" on the label, it automatically includes the possibility of aspartame or sucralose.

Can you believe it? Is this just appalling? Don't just get pissed off - submit your own comment to the FDA about this decision.

Processed-Free America has submitted a comment to the FDA, but here's the link to submit your own comment. Deadline to submit a comment is May 21, 2013.

For more information, here's the link to the Natural News Article about this situation.


Study Shows Diet As Powerful As Drugs PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michael McCaffrey   
Monday, March 04, 2013




For the first time ever, a study has shown that diet can have as powerful an effect on your health compared to drugs in preventing cardiovascular disease.

The study, published last week in The New England Journal of Medicine, is making waves in the cardiovascular medicine. Experts are calling for more rigorous studies of popular diets recommended by cardiologists.

The study involved 7447 people in Spain, half randomly assigned to follow the Mediterranean diet while the remainder was to follow a low-fat diet. The study ended early (less than 5 years) with 30% fewer heart attacks, strokes, and death from heart disease compared to the low-fat diets.

For more info on this diet, you can go to the study here as well as a New York Times article here.
Volunteer at Our Next Kid's Nutriton Class Series PDF Print E-mail
Friday, February 01, 2013

We will need some hands to help us conduct another kid's nutrition class this Spring.  If you haven't been part of one, it is a lot of fun and great to watch the kids get so much out of it.

The classes are four Tuesdays: February 26th, March 5th, 19th, and 26th, from 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm.

There will be a pre-meeting all volunteers need to attend. It's Thursday, February 21st from 4:15 pm - 515 pm. The address is 715 W. 5th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281

For those that don't live in Arizona but are interested in helping us in this way, you can learn to be Certified Processed-Free Facilitator. Click here for more information.

For those interested in volunteering, please contact Michael McCaffrey of Processed-Free America at

Eight Keys to a Slimmer, Healthier You in 2013 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dee McCaffrey, CDC   
Friday, January 04, 2013

At the beginning of a new year, a new month, week or day, it is tempting to make resolutions and promise to reform.  However, it is best to approach any type of change as a lifestyle that is taken one day at a time.  As a woman who continually struggled with obesity for decades, I know that diets don’t work and most resolutions are fleeting.  I found a more effective way to start a new day, or new year, one that leads to lasting weight loss.  It’s not about counting calories or fat grams, it’s about learning to have balance and live without eating inordinately. Here are 8 keys that I used to lose weight, and that I still use each day to keep the weight off!

1. Eat as a way of life and not a diet

When I first embarked on my weight loss journey, I was asked whether the way I was eating to lose weight was something I would be able to do for the rest of my life.  It was a good question, and one that required considerable thought.  My answer was yes, I can do this for the rest of my life.  I can do it because it’s healthy, it’s satisfying, it’s balanced, it nourishes me, and it doesn’t trigger my cravings. 

Eating as a way of life is an important key to permanent weight loss, because it means that you start eating healthy now so that when you get to your desired weight, you just keep doing what you’ve been doing to get the weight off.  There’s nothing new that you have to add in or take out of your food choices.

The problem with diets is that they are only temporary, and often restrictive.  You don’t learn how to eat for long-term health, and there is often a sense of guilt if you don’t follow it perfectly.  Eating as a way of is a choice that allows for flexibility; it is something that you commit to each day, growing into it as your understanding food and your own needs deepens.  Eating as a way of life gives you freedom with food in a way that dieting or inordinate eating cannot give you. 

2. Cut the refined sugar and minimize natural sweeteners

In addition to the long list of serious health problems caused by consuming refined sugar (diabetes, heart disease, obesity, cancer, liver disease, etc.), refined sugars mask your desire for healthy foods and upset your body chemistry.  When you are eating sugar and other processed foods on a regular basis, you find that you don’t really desire to eat fruits and vegetables.  I can’t recall how many times in the past when I was overweight and eating unhealthy, that I had all good intentions by bringing an apple in my purse to eat during the day, but it always came home in my purse at the end of the day because I never got around around to eating it, yet I had eaten plenty of other unhealthy foods during the day. 

Also, you won’t crave what you don’t put into your body.  Sugar cravings are nothing more than a withdrawal response from sugar, in the same way a cigarette smoker craves nicotine.  Your body doesn’t need nicotine, but if you give it a steady supply, it becomes accustomed to it.  As the nictotine levels in the body begin to drop, that’s when you crave another cigarette.  When you eat refined sugar, the same thing happens—your body doesn’t need more than the equivalent of 2 teaspoons of blood sugar (glucose) at any one time, so if you consume a lot of sugar regularly, your body becomes accustomed to a higher amount of sugar.  As your blood sugar levels begin to drop down to normal, your body undergoes a withdrawal response, which you experience as a sugar craving.  Most people don’t recognize that their body is just trying to get normal, and they cave in to the cravings.  Withdrawal may be uncomfortable, but it is only temporary.  Once your blood sugar levels are stable, your sugar cravings will vanish. 

You also have to minimize natural sweeteners, because even though they are much more nutritious than refined sugars, they are still sugars and eating them to excess can still cause sugar cravings.  I only recommend using natural sweeteners occasionally, not regularly.  The one exception is stevia, which is not a sugar and does not affect blood sugar levels.  It can be safely consumed on a daily basis.

3. Be prepared and anticipate that you might have a slip

Long term weight loss is a significant lifestyle change, and you have to always be conscious about your food choices.  You cannot go on autopilot, and you cannot leave your healthy eating commitment in the hands of others.  You must be prepared for any food situation.  The best way to prepare is to have healthy foods and snacks on hand, and to always have a back-up plan in case you’re in a sitation when you don’t have what you want or need to eat healthy.

For instance, keeps fresh or dried fruits, nuts, or other healthy foods on hand for snacks, or bring them with you to eat if you get hungry between meals.  Some easy snack foods are trail mix, oat bran muffins, hard boiled eggs, and whole fruits. 

There will undoubtedly be times when you do make an unhealthy choice, either knowingly or unkowingly. That’s OK.  You are not expected to be perfect, and you should be gentle with yourself if it happens.  Remember, eating as a way of life is not a diet, so there’s no “blowing it.”  Don’t let isolated slips derail you.  Think of them as learning opportunities, and ask yourself “what can I do differently if I’m in this situation again?”  Write down your answers so that you have them to refer to in the future.

4.  Make healthy choices when you eat out

Eating out is definitely a treat.  But when we have permanent weight loss as our goal, it’s a treat in a different way.  It’s a treat to not have to cook or clean up, and you get to eat things that are different than what you make for yourself at home, but it’s not a time to eat unhealthy foods. Order dishes that focus on vegetables and whole foods. Try restaurants that cater to the health conscious crowd, and remember to ask your server how the foods are prepared.

5.  Incorporate vegetables as much as your can into your meals and snacks

One of my Science of Skinny Laws is “the amount of vegetables you eat is directly proportional to how much weight you will lose.”  This is because vegetables fill you up with minimal calories, they are high in fiber, they stabilize your blood sugar levels (to help reduce cravings) and they provide you with lots of energy.  When looking to incorporate more vegetables into your meals and snacks, you may have to get creative.  Think beyond the salad bowl or the side of steamed broccoli.  Why not add that broccoli to your scrambled eggs, along with some sauteed onions,  garlic, pepper, and tomatoes?  Add a handful of green leafy vegetables like spinach or kale into your smoothies, Add some diced carrots and celery to rice or quinoa while it’s cooking to make an easy pilaf.  The possibilities for adding veggies are endless!

6.  Plan your treats and snacks

I have found that planning treats and snacks works much better than swearing off.  However, I don’t recommend buying snack foods that are pre-made.  It is best to plan and prepare your own healthy snacks and treats.  Once thing that has worked very well for me is to make my own treats and only eat them occasionally.  The occasional treat reduces the feeling of deprivation, and it also reduces overindulgence.  Making your own treats using healthy, nutritious ingredients is a very important key to permament weight loss.

7.  Get moving and exercise

It may be possible to lose weight without exercising, but it’s very difficult to keep it off long term if you don’t make exercise a regular part of your lifestyle.  I walked 100 pounds off, and have kept if off over the years by staying with this main form of exercise. But you can move your body in other ways as well.  For example, do calf raises while washing the dishes, dance around the house while listening to some good music, squats while brushing your teeth or arm curls with groceries while walking through the parking lot.  The main point is to not be sedentary and move your body in some way every day.

8.  Recognize and curb your emotional eating

Emotional eating is using food to make yourself feel better—eating to fill emotional needs, rather than to fill your stomach.  Using food from time to time as a reward or to celebrate isn’t necessarily a bad thing. But when eating is your primary emotional coping mechanism—when you do it all the time—you get stuck in an unhealthy cycle where the real feeling or problem is never addressed. Compounding the problem, you stop learning healthier ways to deal with your emotions, you have a harder and harder time controlling your food and weight, and you feel increasingly powerless over both food and your feelings.

The first step in putting a stop to emotional eating is identifying your personal triggers. Learning to recognize your emotional eating triggers is the first step to breaking free from food cravings and compulsive overeating, and changing the habits that have sabotaged your commitment to healthy eating in the past. 

Ask yourself what situations, places, or feelings make you reach for the comfort of food?  Once you’ve identified your triggers, you have to find other ways to fulfill yourself emotionally. It’s not enough to understand the cycle of emotional eating or even to understand your triggers, although that’s a huge first step. You need to truly find a way to reach a level of comfort within yourself so that you don’t need to eat for emotional reasons.  That is a commitment in itself, a journey of inner growth that requires caring for yourself on many levels, and having plenty of support along the way.

First Ever Long-Term Study of GMO Corn Shows Strong Link To Breast Cancer, Liver Cancer, and Premature Death in Rats PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dee McCaffrey, CDC   
Sunday, September 30, 2012

This past week I read the full text of a new groundbreaking study on GMO’s. It simultaneously sunk my heart and sparked me up.  For the first time since the early 1990’s when GMO’s were introduced into our food supply, we have definitive proof that GMO’s pose a serious and fatal health threat.   Eating GMO corn and the herbicide Roundup at levels currently considered "safe" can cause cancerous breast tumors and multiple organ damage (liver and kidney) and can also lead to premature death in laboratory animals.

The study, led by molecular biologist Gilles-Eric Seralini of the University of Caen in France, was published this month in the prestigious peer-reviewed journal Food and Chemical Toxicology.  After reading this article, you may also want to view this short video that was filmed during the study to help you get the full impact of the significance of its findings.· Click on the image above to view it. 

GMO cornMonsanto’s GMO corn, called NK603, has been engineered to be resistant to Roundup.  This allows farmers to douse fields with massive amounts of Roundup without worrying about killing the corn.  No long-term studies have ever been conducted to determine whether it would kill animals or humans.  Many researchers have previously warned that the GMO corn, sprayed with Roundup or not, is unsafe to eat, and this new study shows they’ve been right all along.  In the groups exposed to the GMO’s and Roundup, both separately and combined, there was a 600 percent increase—or six times more deaths—compared to the control group!

The problem here for all of us is that GMO corn is used to make literally hundreds of foods and food additives.  It shows up in 70 percent of processed or packaged food in U.S. grocery stores.  Some of the common sources of GMO corn are: ascorbic acid, Aspartame, Nutrasweet, baking powder, citric acid, cornstarch, modified food starch, erythritol, xylitol, fructose (any form), maltodextrin, monosodium glutamate,  xanthan gum, and the endless number of corn products such as breakfast cereals, tortilla chips, corn tortillas, corn flour, corn masa, corn oil, high fructose corn syrup, and corn syrup, just to name a few.

The results of this study make it even more imperative to avoid GMO sources of corn by consuming only organic corn products.  By USDA law, organic crops cannot come from GMO seeds.  Eating a processed-free diet also makes it easier to avoid GMO's. And just to let you know, all of the ingredients in Dee’s Naturals products are non-GMO, including the baking powder.  Most baking powders contain cornstarch, and since there are no GMO labeling laws in the United States, we have no way of knowing if the corn used to make the cornstarch was from GMO corn.  If you want a non-GMO baking powder to use in your home baking, Bob’s Red Mill is a trusted brand.

Now, back to the study.  There were several significant and unique aspects of this study that set it apart from all other research on GMO’s to date:

  • It is the only independent study ever conducted on GMO’s, so there were no conflicts of interest.  This research was conducted by a non-governmental organization in France.  All previous studies have been carried out by Monsanto, the huge agri-giant corporation which owns the patent on the GMO seeds and on the weedkiller Roundup.
  • It is the only long-term animal feeding trial, conducted over two years (the average lifespan of a rat.)  Previously, industry-funded studies have determined that GMO crops are safe to eat, but they were much shorter term, consisting only of 90-day feeding trials.  Opponents of GMO foods have criticized earlier research for being so short-term that it misses any chronic health problems that would be caused from ingesting GMO food long-term.  This new research is significant because it found that even consuming low levels of GMO corn and Roundup, separately or combined, can cause serious health problems in rats that only became apparent after they were older than 90 days. The first tumor was observed after 120 days, but the majority were only detected after 18 months. This would be equivalent to 13-22 years of age in a human eating GMO food and Roundup sprayed food since birth. So far we have not gotten this far along in our unintentional “human large scale experiment.”  This fact alone is what sunk my heart.

  • They used the actual formulation of Roundup that is sprayed on GMO crops. All other research has only studied the effect of the active ingredient in Roundup called glyphosate. In those studies, according to Monsanto, glyphosate alone is not harmful.  However, it is important to note that glyphosate is only able to efficiently penetrate target plant organisms with the help of other compounds present in the Roundup formulations.  When Roundup residues are found in tap water, food, or animal feed, they are from the total Roundup formulation, which is the most commonly used mixture in agriculture. So these researchers used the actual Roundup formulation available on the market, not just glyphosate, so that their study would mimic what people actually get in their food or what has been found in tap water, to study its health effects.

  • They studied the effect of consuming GMO corn alone, GMO corn sprayed with Roundup, and Roundup alone.  No other studies have been this extensive in determining the singular and synergistic effects of GMO corn and Roundup.

Here’s a summary of how the study was conducted (click here to read the study in its entirety):

The Rats:

  • The study was carried out using 200 rats fed a standard balanced diet. They were divided into ten groups, each containing ten males and ten females.
  • One group (the control group) was fed a diet containing 33% of non-GMO corn and plain drinking water.
  • Three groups tested the effect of GMO corn alone. Each group had a different proportion of GMO corn in their feed starting at 11%, then 22% and finally 33% of their total diet.
  • Three groups tested the effect of GMO corn which had been sprayed with Roundup in the field at the same proportions of 11%, 22 % and 33% of their total diet.
  • Three groups were fed the same diet as the control group (33% non-GMO corn) but were given Roundup in their drinking water in order to test for Roundup alone.  The Roundup was administered at three different concentrations with one control group:
    • The lowest level contained 1.1 x 10-8 % of Roundup, an amount that corresponds to typical contamination found in some tap water (according to the study authors).
    • The intermediate level contained .09%, which is half of the US MRL (maximum residue limit) of glyphosate permitted in GMO animal feed.
    • The highest level was .5%, which is half of the strength of Roundup when diluted for use in agriculture.

ratswithtumors3The researchers took blood and urine samples for analysis monthly for the first three months and then every three months and at the end of the trial studied the rats’ principal organs.

The Corn:


The type of GMO corn fed to the rats is known as NK603. This is a Roundup-tolerant variety of corn owned by Monsanto (according to the film, the researchers had to secretly purchase the GMO corn from a source in Canada, as Monanto does not allow the corn to be purchased without a contract, and they don’t allow it to be used for research by any organization other than themselves).  

The control group was fed the nearest isogenic, non-GMO corn. (So basically they compared Monsanto’s GMO corn to a non-GMO corn that has similar DNA structure. (Monsanto claims their GMO corn is theoretically genetically identical to non-GMO corn and they claim they should not have to study long term effects of their GMO corn for this reason.)

They studied both the GMO corn grown in a field by itself with no Roundup applied as well as the GMO corn which had Roundup applied to it. They were careful to grow the non-GMO corn, the GMO corn and the GMO corn with Roundup applied in similar fields and conditions.


The Findings:


It is important to remember that this was a two year experiment. Most lab rats live about two years, so this experiment followed these animals through what a normal life-span would be for them.

In the study article, there is a detailed summary table (Table 2) that you can take a look at. It gives you a quick comparison of the most frequent health effects caused by the GMO corn and GMO corn with Roundup and Roundup in water. The interesting thing that you notice right off is that indeed the GMO corn and GMOcorn/Roundup and Roundup water groups always have more health problems than the controls.


  • 50 percent of male rats and 70 percent of female rats fed Monsanto’s GMO corn and Roundup died prematurely, compared to only 30 percent and 20 percent in the control group.
  • The largest palpable growths were found to be non-regressive tumors. Tumors were found to increase in size and number over the course of the experiment. The tumors were usually 2-3 times more likely in the treated groups than controls. This was in both females and males.

  • In females the largest tumors were in total 5 times more frequent than in males after the 2 year period. 93% of them were mammary (breast) tumors. (Hmmm, anyone making a connection to the increase of breast cancer in human females?)

  • At the end of the two years 50-80% of the treated female animals had developed tumors while only 30% of the controls were affected.

  • The Roundup treatment groups showed the greatest rates of tumor incidence with 80% of the animals affected. These breast tumors are generally known to be mostly estrogen-dependent (Roundup has been shown to disrupt natural compounds in the body which synthesize estrogens as well as interfere with estrogen and androgen receptors in cells).

  • The second most affected organ in the females was the pituitary gland. They were affected 2 times more than the controls for most treatments (The pituitary gland is very important as it regulates many hormonal systems of the body).

  • The largest palpable tumors in the males (in their kidneys and skin mostly) were by the end of the two years on average seen twice as often as the controls.

  • The most affected organs in the male rats were the liver, digestive tract and kidneys. Liver congestion and both visible and microscopic areas of dead liver tissue were 2.5-5.5 times more frequent in all the treatment groups than the control groups.

  • The males at the highest Roundup treatment  had almost double the usual amount of estrogen.  (Hmmm..anyone seeing a connection to men eating GMO food that are using Viagra or some other erectile enhancer?)  This one brought to my mind all the farmers reporting poor fertility in their animals they’ve been feeding GMO corn feed.  Could this also correlate to the huge increase in human infertility?

My Thoughts:


One other significant thing to note is that the groups with smaller amounts of GMO corn, GMO corn with Roundup and Roundup water caused as much damage as the groups who consumed or drank larger amounts. And even the group that had no GMO corn, and was only exposed to the Roundup in the water, developed tumors.  What sank my heart about this study was the realization that people, especially children, who are ingesting as much as 11% of their diet as GMO food could be causing themselves as much organ damage and growing as many tumors as those  eating 33% of their diet as GMO food. That’s horrifying! 

I’ve written before about GMO’s, and I’ll keep writing about them until we finally see some legislation in this country.  It’s been disheartening to learn that in general, a 90-day animal study is all Monsanto has had to provide to win approval of any of their genetically modified crops.

I do want to point out that criticisms have quickly emerged, suggesting insufficient sample sizes, a breed of rats prone to tumor growth, and a lead researcher who was seemingly already convinced of the dangers of GMOs. One of the critics, Charles Benbrook of the Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources at Washington State University, also pointed out "On the other hand, the study is actually more carefully designed and has the same sample size as the original study conducted on behalf of Monsanto and submitted to regulatory agencies in support of the approval of the tech in the first place. If industry thought that study had a good design, it's a little disingenuous of them to be criticizing this study.

He is quoted in The Huffington Post as saying “I do think that this new study again raises an alarm bell, and ought to be followed up by much more careful studies with larger sample sizes, more than one species of lab animal and conducted by people that have no dogma on the side, haven't done research in the area and don't have an opinion in the area.”  Benbrook has also warned about the increased use of pesticides that has come with the explosive growth of GMO crops designed to be resistant to the chemicals.


It may sound exaggerated, but genetically modified foods are, from my perception, one of the most significant health threats of our time.  This study has proven that.  We are living in a food experiment and we are all the laboratory rats.  Please do all you can to avoid GMO’s.

If you want to learn more about GMO's and how to avoid them, you can read my previous article, The Most Important Food Fight of Our Time, and my  three-part article on GMOs Just Say No to GMO's part 1part 2, and part 3.


Gilles-Eric Séralini, Emilie Clair, Robin Mesnage, et. al., "Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize, " Food and Chemical Toxicology (accessed September 25, 2012).

Sewell, Anne, "Results of first animal feeding trial on GM maize & Roundup," Digital Journal, (accessed September 25, 2012).

Peeples, Lynn, "GMO Debate Heats Up: Critics Say Biotech Industry Manipulating Genes, And Science," Huffington Post, (accessed September 25, 2012).


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deneyimli oldugunu ispat Annesi yasinda hizmetci porno izle diye eve aldiklari kadin travesti cikinca evin genc ve yakisIkli delikanlisi onunla cinsel birliktelik istedi porno resimleri tamamen raydan cikan olaylar karsisinda ev halkinin hic haberi olmamisti bu olay kanepede uzanmis sIkici adamin sert sIki uzerinde ziplayan zipladikca inliyen vajinali seksi sarisin erkek arkadasiyla bilardo oynamaya gider bilardo oynarken orda stipriz karsilikli olarak da zevk almaktan baska bir sey Asyali esmer sekreter kiz ofiste hd sIkildi harika masturbasyon yaparak inleyen kadin bosalan sarisin fahise hd sex hikayeleri parmaklarini deliginde gezdirirken bir yandan sokup arada o sicakligi da Kiz sIkildikce oyle bir hoslaniyor ki bu isten adam da kizi daha fazla zevk alsin diye acimadan kokluyor Kizin gotunu sIkerken ufacik kalcalari da titreterek tokatlar porno atan adam hissediyordu on tarafini iyi sunan kirmizi sacli cirkin sevgilisine uyum sex resim saglamaya calisiyordu Zit karakterleri oldugundan hic bir pozisyonda ayni fikri paylasamadiklarindan aralarinda hep tartisma yasaniyordu Onlarda ortaya karisIk pozisyonda porno gif sIkiserek hep klasIk pozisyonlari gruba giren hanim efendi basina gelecekleri az cok hesap etse diregini gorur ve erkek arkadasina