Why is Lake Chapala More Safe than the U.S.A.?

July 8, 2015

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Hi Everyone, Thanks for stopping by, Speaking of stopping by a lot of Americans and Canadians have been doing  just that the last month.  So, our fame continues to spread, To some, we’re still a secret.  Let me share another reason among many for considering Lake Chapala as  retirement destination.

I’ve been a semi health nut for a number of years. It’s easy here to stay fit here naturally since the weather is so good you’ll get out and exercise more, and the food is so naturally good for you, fresh, and inexpensive.

Today, I want to share something I’ve heard several times  from different health related newsletters I subscribe to.

If you’re a health nut or just interested in taking good care of yourself I think you’ll profit from the below quote from one of the news letters I subscribe to.  


But before you go check, let me explain how dangerous those letters can be… Farmers inject rBST into cows every two weeks to increase hormonal activity, boosting milk production by as much as 25%. That’s great for dairy producers, who are able to get more milk from each cow, increasing their profits. It’s also great for the biotech companies that sell the hormone.

There’s only one big problem: this hormone has been linked to various types of cancer.

That probably explains why all 27 countries of the European Union, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, and Canada have all banned its use in milk destined for human consumption. Sadly, the U.S. is the only developed nation that allows rBST.

The Cancer Prevention Coalition has even submitted several petitions to the FDA asking them to ban this hormone. But the FDA has ignored their requests. Maybe that explains why the U.S. has the highest rates of cancer in the world.” attributed to  Doug Hill. 

                                                            MEXICO HAS BANNED     r-B-S-T !!! 

(You can find smaller independent farms who do not use this substance in the USA and I encourage you to do this until you can move here.)

All for now, Thanks for checking in,  Siempre tu amigo, Sid  

  • Tracey

    Thank you for the info.

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