Discussions on America’s Escalating Health Problems and Obesity Caused By Toxins in Food Supply to be Held in Philadelphia and Chicago

April 10, 2013 - An estimated 10,000 chemicals are used to produce food, yet only about 300 have ever been tested for the damage they do to the human body. United States government agencies, besieged by food manufacturers’ lobbyists, have failed to act on this use of chemicals in the food supply.

“It’s an atrocity how our health is at risk from ingesting chemical toxins combined with nutritional deficiency in our food,” notes Peter Greenlaw, a researcher into health issues and toxicity. “This continued promotion of nutritionally bankrupt foods is having dire consequences on the human body’s ability to fight off diseases and live healthier longer.”

Greenlaw has identified and will discuss The T.D.O.S.I Syndrome™ at two upcoming presentations. (It stands for toxicity, deficiency, obesity, stress and inflammation.) These five co-factors are destructive enough singly. Working together, as now, their effects are magnified. The resulting explosion in disease statistics is reflected in the stats below.

For example we now know that toxicity and deficiency are playing a huge role in obesity’s dramatic increase; obesity contributes to stress and inflammation. Obesity is projected to affect 80% of the population by 2020.

On April 16th in Philadelphia and April 18th in Chicago, Greenlaw will lead a new health discussion, taking the offensive on preventive health measures and unraveling all five co-factors of THE T.D.O.S.I SYNDROME™. He also shares new findings on premature aging:

Summarizing Diane Sawyer reporting on ABC, “Scientists took mice that were prematurely aged, added an enzyme, turned the telomere back on. Brain function improved, fertility restored, hair became dark again and skin improved, and brain size increased by 25% back to normal.”

Peter Greenlaw Live:

WHERE: Philadelphia – Kennett Square Golf and Country Club 100 East Locust Lane Kennett Square PA

WHEN: Tuesday, April 16th - Registration 6:30 • Lecture begins at 7 p.m

WHO: Peter Greenlaw http://petergreenlaw.com/

WHERE: Chicago - Pazzo's, 101 N. Wacker Dr., Chicago IL 60606

WHEN: Thursday, April 18th from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM

WHO: Peter Greenlaw http://petergreenlaw.com/


Peter Greenlaw is the voice for what you are NOT hearing from cutting edge health science research.

His book "Why Diets Are Failing Us! And What You Can Do To Get Healthy Now,” is the result of ten years of researching the impact of toxicity on wellness, health and obesity. He has become one of the leading spokesmen on this subject. Greenlaw’s research includes reading over 500 books and conducting more than 10,000 hours of research.

Published in 2012, the book is the result of his research and collaboration with Dr. William Andrews, PhD (in population genetics and molecular biology who is responsible for discovering the enzyme telomerase that is the key to aging) and John Anderson, regarded as one of the world’s greatest nutritional chemists who over the past 30 years has formulated over 2300 nutritional products for over 650 companies.

DISEASE FACTS: Food has become nutritionally bankrupt. Intake of toxins increases health problems.

  • Leading authorities report that 99 percent of the American people are deficient in important minerals. A marked deficiency in any one or more important minerals results in disease.
  • Recently in five public studies, researchers found, from thousands of volunteers, an average of 700 toxic chemicals in every person tested.
  • More than one million people out of 330 million will die of cardiovascular disease this year. In 1930, out of a population of 123 million, less than 3000 people died of heart disease.
  • In 1990, one in fifteen women got breast cancer. This year, it’s one in eight. In ten years, if current trends continue, it’s estimated that one in three women will get breast cancer. Source: National Cancer Society.
  • In 1990, three in 10,000 children were diagnosed with autism. Today it is one in 102.
  • Of three babies born in the United States today, one in three will develop diabetes in their lifetimes. Source: American Diabetes Association.
  • In July 2005 study done by The Environmental Working group, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, tested the cord blood of newborns and found an average of 287 toxic chemicals in every single baby -- including 180 toxins that cause cancer.


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