Friday, June 8, 2012

Organic Products Are Safe...Not Necessarily So Folks...Here is Proof


I just got an email from a reader suggesting I was making up the problems with organic products and non-organic products from India. You want proof it is...I have the original documents in my files still. This same problem exists with products from China as well.

I am printing  this from the report issued to  me by the FDA on some samples I had ordered. This company ships from India now as we speak.Several other companies who advertise on the net buy from this company.

I never saw my samples, they were taken by the FDA and refused. I cannot list the company because of legal issues but this is from the notice I received.  These samples were tested and failed severely.  These were certified organic samples with legal certification from their country.  I write these blogs from experience...not just talk.

March 11, 2011
You have the right to provide oral or written testimony, to the Food & Drug Administration, regarding the
admissibility of the article(s) or the manner in which the article(s) can be brought into compliance.  This testimony must be provided to FDA on or before the dates shown above.

Please direct your response to:
Brett W. Podoski, Compliance Officer (CTNH)
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
9777 Via De La Amistad, Rm. 128
San Diego, CA 92154
(619) 661-3250 ext. 117
(619) 661-3195 (FAX)
Notice Prepared For:  The District Director, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Notice Prepared By:   CAW
FD&CA Section 501(a)(2)(A), 801(a)(3); ADULTERATION
The article appears to have been prepared, packed or held under insanitary conditions whereby it may have
been contaminated with filth, or whereby it may have been rendered injurious to health. Actual charge:
501(a)(1) Filth findings: sample was found to contain over 1800 insect fragments in six subs examined for an
average of 300 insect fragments per sub.  One sub also contained 3 rat/mouse hair fragments.

FD&CA Section 502(b)(2), 801(a)(3); MISBRANDING
The article is in package form and appears to not have a label containing an accurate statement of the quantity of the contents in terms of weight, measure or numerical count and no variations or exemptions have been prescribed by regs. The quantity of contents statement on the product labeling is listed in grams only and lacks the US customary terms of pounds and ounces.

FD&CA Section 505(a), 801(a)(3); UNAPPROVED NEW DRUG
The article appears to be a new drug without an approved new drug application. Product making drug claims: per website www. xxxxxxxxxxxxx - prevents 300 diseases, stabilizing effect on blood pressure, and control of glucose levels in diabetes
Notice Number: 2

If I state something, I will make sure I have evidence to back it up with. Again, I have original documents to back up this blog.  These are my documents that I received on this sample order.

I think its about time that the truth gets out......
Kate Freer, The Herbladyisin

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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Amazing Moringa/Chocolate/Peanut Butter Cookies

Hi Folks,

I have one failing. I do love a little chocolate every day...not junk chocolate but the good stuff.  I don't over do it but it is one of my pleasures. I don't do soda, junk food, fast food, so this is my one mild vise. Most chocolate fixes are not good for you. They contain too much sugar, calories, wheat and other ingredients that do more harm than the good the chocolate does.

I normally use Moringa powder in tea, juice, applesauce, yogurt or cottage cheese.   So what about people who don't want the sugar, wheat or dairy products?  What about those of us with a chocolate craving?  I got this idea while taking a nap.  I rest but often my mind goes a mile a min while my body rests.  I wanted chocolate but not is so easy to eat more than you should. I got a brain storm so got up to try it. My husband who is hard to please loved these too. So I am sharing this recipe with all my readers:

Moringa, Peanut Butter, Dark Chocolate, No Bake Cookie Balls

Put in a small bowl, one to two  heaping tablespoons of natural crunchy peanut butter. You can also use almond butter or any other nut butter you prefer.

Next add 1/2 tsp of honey

Throw in a few dark chocolate chips 

Last add in from 2 teaspoons of  Moringa Powder.  Mix well.

Roll the dough into a ball and roll in ground nuts. Put in the refrigerator for a few min or eat right then.

This small recipe makes two to four Moringa cookie balls.  Making them fresh takes 5 min and you won't eat too many at a sitting. They make a good afternoon snack or work for a serious chocolate attack.

They do not need to be baked so you preserve the Moringa goodness.  You  get the added protein of the nut butter without the bread or crackers. It satisfies your chocolate craving in two cookie balls.  A good serving of Moringa Powder per day is a couple of tablespoons.  This is just one more way to take in the incredible goodness of Moringa leaves. My husband was doubtful but loves them. Neither one of us needed anything more for lunch.  So now I get both Moringa and Chocolate in one yummy nutritious cookie ball.

Try tastes so good...and is extremely satisfying for chocolate lovers. I am very picky....most things with chocolate are not satisfying enough to take the craving away.  I can eat chocolate chips by them selves and I don't like them...there is something missing for my taste buds.  Please try them and let me know how you liked them!

Have a great day folks.....

Kate Freer, The Herbladyisin

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