Marmite made illegal in Denmark

The Daily Telegraph, May 25, 2011

Many well known breakfast cereal and drink brands have already been banned or taken off supermarket shelves after Danish legislation in 2004 restricted foods fortified with extra vitamins or minerals.
But Marmite had escaped notice as an exotic import for a small number of ex-pats until the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration telephoned Abigail’s, a Copenhagen shop selling British food, to ban the famous yeast spread.

“All the English people here are shaking their heads in disbelief and say that it is insane. I agree but it is the law. It’s becoming impossible to run a business in this country. We are not allowed to do anything anymore. It is the way Denmark is going.”

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Propaganda: IOM Report Sets New Dietary Intake Levels for Calcium and Vitamin D

National Academy of Sciences Press Release, Nov. 30, 2010

Low levels of vitamin D have have been correlated with the development of cancer and other diseases in humans. Despite innumerable reports and studies confirming that most Americans are vitamin D deficient, the Institute of Medicine today released it’s recommendation for lowered dietary intake levels of vitamin D and calcium. The upshot: “600 IUs daily meets the needs of almost everyone in the United States and Canada” and a review of studies on the health effects of vitamin D, such as protection against cancer, heart disease, autoimmune diseases, and diabetes “do not offer the evidence needed to confirm that vitamin D has these effects.”

Then why is it, you ask, that your blood test came back showing your vitamin D level at a fraction of what it should be? The IOM has an answer for that: “The measurements of sufficiency and deficiency – the cutpoints – that clinical laboratories use to report test results have not been based on rigorous scientific studies and are not standardized.” Oh snap. It’s impressive what science can infer from a review of the literature rather than from actual research studies.

Once the new reduced dietary guidelines for D are established, it will become more difficult for ordinary people to get enough vitamin D to fend off cancer and other diseases. This is welcome news for the soft eugenicists who guide national policy.

by Liss
IOM Press Release