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April 9, 2020 at 2:23 am #15822Tabia Mawusi Dey AliParticipant
Clarion Call to The Body:
The Mend A City Movement recognizes that the food that is produced and distributed with the approval of the FDA are full of toxic, poisonous chemicals, to include High Fructose Corn Syrup, Genetically Modified Organisms, Sodium Fluoride etc. IAMN is in need of land to grow our own food, distributions centers, farmers markets, and grocery stores in our own communities where our families can trust the integrity and the quality of the food. The Mend A City Movement further recognizes that the medicine that is approved by the FDA and the pharmaceutical industry is not conducive for IAMN s optimal health and well being and like the food the integrity and the quality of these drugs can not be trusted.
F: There are several experts in agriculture and nutrition and health. From farmers, to gardeners, chemist, to scientist, to cosmetologist to naturalists, to herbalist, & nutritionist, to homeopathist: The Mend A City Movement calls all members of IAMN that are apprentice, journeymen and masters of any of these sciences. Science of diet and health, any practice that demonstrates the relationship food has with the human body, the healing benefits of the leaves of the tree to the human body, the benefits of natural remedies for the human body. The Mend A City Movement is calling you to come and share your expertise. We need a plan to feed and to heal IAMN . Help us ask the questions and uncover the answers.
While there is no Committee in The Mend A City Movement that is specific to Health and Wellness like the previous Call there are several committees working together to execute a plan of action to investigate the FDA and pharmaceutical companies and farmers to create a list of toxic ingredients we need to abstain from and why. And create avenues of resources for food and healing remedies. This call lines up with Legal Redress, Labor & Industry, Education and Membership Committee.
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