"a study of one million women in the UK found that eating organic food decreased the risk of cancer by 21%"

I'd be interested to see a reference for this. The only million-woman study in the UK I could find on this topic (Bradbury et al 2014) reported a slight (not statistically significant) increase in overall cancer incidence amongst regular eaters of organic food, except for non-Hodgkins lymphoma. https://www.nature.com/articles/bjc2014148

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Interesting. But ... "EVERYTHING" ... !!!?? Wow!

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Thanks for this. I will watch the presentation.

I take a high dose of iodine to protect against fluoride. Japanese women consume around 12.5 mg per day, so that is what I take (minimum). Historically they have very low rates of cancer. Don’t believe the mainstream medical establishment that says this is too high a dose. They are either lying or ignorant. Or both.

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