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In today's day and age, how can this be? In the 21st century, we actually have children in this world that simply go without food and fade away? I would like to comment a bit more on this but need to find out how to donate first before saying anything more. I need to find an organization that will use most of my donation towards actually placing food into the hands of these children.

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1 comment:

Vickie Barker - AHP said...

Malnourishment is the cause of all disease in the world. Here in the US alone, over 4,000 people die each day on the average.

The reason for this is the same as all others dying around the world. The body was intended to have certain elements, minerals and abilities when it was Created. The human body no longer has these things.

Working together we can bring the education from the Scientists working in Orthomolecular Science to the world. Help give back to the body those crucial elements.

Scientist now have available a protocol for raising the vital energy in foods grown for consumption. Crops produce 35% more yield and require over a 1/3 less water.

Stop world hunger. Learn how the body works at the cellular level. Give these children a chance. To do that, each one of us needs to make the time to educate ourselves so that we can better help others.

Vickie Barker