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Nutrition industry professionals are increasingly dissatisfied with the European Union’s “unhelpful” regulatory framework, with rules governing health claims flagged as a particularly thorny issue, a new survey reveals.


To say the least, it is a gross understatement to describe the Brussels EU regulatory framework for health claims as merely ‘unhelpful’. The Brussels EU is the global politburo for the Pharma Cartel and its unscrupulous ‘Business with Disease’ – one of the largest organized frauds in human history. A key function of this politburo is to support the maintenance, expansion, and invention of diseases as markets for the Cartel’s patented drugs. Nonpatentable natural health approaches such as vitamins are seen by it as an existential threat to this trillion-dollar-a-year global business.

Illustrating the extent of this fraud, the so-called ‘Nutrition and Health Claims Regulation’ was deliberately designed by the Brussels EU in such a way as to enact draconian restrictions on the promotion of the lifesaving properties of micronutrients. From over 44,000 nutrition and health claims that were originally submitted to the Brussels EU under this regulation after it was passed in 2006, only 261 have been authorized for use. Far from merely being ‘unhelpful’, therefore, it can be seen that the goal of this legislation is to restrict freedom of speech by banning mention of over a century of lifesaving research and scientific discoveries about vitamins and other essential micronutrients.

To learn more about this issue, read Ten Reasons Why Preventive Healthcare And Eliminating Diseases Are Not Possible Under the Brussels EU.

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