Is the money you save buying GMO foods worth the price of cancer later in life?
Sunday, March 21, 2021 by: S.D. Wells
Is the money you save buying GMO foods worth the price of cancer later in life? Sunday, March 21, 2021 by: S.D. Wells Reposted
(Natural News) Let’s take an inside look at just how much money you’re really saving on the food you buy that’s not organic or at least non-GMO certified. Then, we’ll compare those ‘savings’ to the co-pays for cancer treatments (if you even have coverage), loss of job time, hospital time, loss of time with your family, plus the loss of longevity. We’ll run it like a profit/loss statement for a business and see how you fare. Keep in mind, we are not even including conventional personal care products and cleaning supplies that usually contain laboratory-concocted chemical agents that drive cancer cells to multiply. Since the early-to-mid-1990s, there has been a considerably high jump in childhood food allergies that ALL match with the ingredients in vaccines and genetically engineered foods. This is no coincidence. Vaccines contain trace amounts of peanut oil, soy, eggs, dairy, gluten, mercury and more. Notice the allergy list? Then, there are genetically modified foods, including the biggest ones, soy, corn, cottonseed and canola. Most allergies and inflammation that comes from vaccines and GMO foods are the beginning of cancer cells developing. It’s your body warning you. The FDA and CDC are in on the scam of poisoning Americans slowly with GMO foods and GM vaccines, and then investing in Big Pharma to mass medicate the sick and profit from it. The “food safety” tests they run are deliberately inadequate and inaccurate. They deceive the public, and then Google makes sure you can’t find any legitimate independent studies that counter the lies and spread truth about the dangers of cancer-causing food and cancer-causing medicine. Even the mRNA Covid vaccine series is purported to disable the human body’s ability to stave off cancer tumors.
Cost of cancer treatments and out-of-pocket expenses
GMO means scientists have embedded toxic genes from plants and animals into human food (crops and produce) to kill worms, beetles and weeds in order to make more money, with no regard to the consequences of human health. These GMO poisons include ones that dissolve your insides slowly, causing IBS, ulcers, polyps, skin cancer, tumors, and other aggressive cancers.
Once cancer cells begin multiplying uncontrollably in your body, and you continue to eat GMO foods and take GM medications, it gets worse. That’s when medical doctors and oncologists begin recommending surgery, chemotherapy and radiation – the absolute WORST treatments you could possibly get for cancer. Remember, all chemotherapy treatments are lab-concocted chemical compounds that cause cancer, even if they kill the cancer in some remote spot that’s showing up on those ruthless diagnostic tests and x-rays.
Skin cancer is the most costly of all cancers to treat, with multiple surgeries ranging from $14,000 to $55,000. Then there’s chemotherapy. Most quacks (oncologists) recommend 3 to 6 months of 4 to 8 cycles (called a course), and this does not “beat” the cancer, as they claim, but only staves it off for a few years. That’s why they say you “beat” the cancer if you survive 5 more years, because that’s about the best it gets.
Many cancer patients (victims of the US system) face out-of-pocket costs of about $12,000 per year. Last year US citizens paid $4 billion out-of-pocket for cancer treatments, so if you heard or read that health insurance or medical plans “cover” 100% of costs, those were flat out lies. Some folks are paying $30,000 per month right now for new cancer drugs that cause more cancer. Go figure.
GMO foods are cheaper for reasons that benefit Big Food while they’re killing you “softly”
Let’s go shopping and see just how much “more” we’re spending on organic food, then add that up over a couple decades, and see if it’s less than the “out-of-pocket” costs for cancer treatments, not even including loss of job time, quality of life, and life time. Yes, organic costs more than conventional, and for good reason, because the labor involves NOT using chemically-infused seeds, chemical-laden pesticides, or chemical fertilizers.
Currently, organic food and beverages cost about 24 cents more per unit, which equates to about 7.5% higher. Let’s go shopping now.
We start with some tomatoes that cost $2.82/lb. for conventional and $4.05/lb. for organic. Then we buy some red peppers, yellow onions, and some apples, and we spend $4.54 more on our grocery run for 2 lbs. of each. Add in the $1.23 more we spent on our tomatoes and we’ve spent $5.77 more on our organic produce this run. We’ll add all this up for a total later.
Now, we buy some grain products, including oatmeal, cereal, bread and brown rice. The oatmeal doesn’t even cost more for organic, and organic brown rice is actually cheaper than conventional, so there’s that. Organic cereal only runs about nine percent more for organic, and bread about 20 percent more. That means we just spent about .80 cents more on our grain products this run. That’s pennies on the dollar folks, yet the average American (about 200 million people) complain about the “cost of organic” being so high.
Then we get into foods that aren’t even healthy anyway, but let’s compute. For some yogurt, milk, cheese and eggs, you’re going to spend about 60 – 117 percent more for organic, about $86 (maximum) for organic for what would have cost only $40 for conventional. Don’t worry, we’re calculating all of this.
Now let’s calculate some meat differences, for all you carnivores out there, because we know that’s the American way. Organic beef burgers (grass-fed) run about 135 percent more, and those organic chicken breasts cost about 47 percent more than conventional, on average. So now, we’ve gone on a considerable grocery run, so let’s add up the extra money we spent on organic and compare it to the out-of-pocket expenses for cancer treatments.
All in all, on about a $100 grocery run, you will spend about $80 more for organic foods. Let’s say you do that every week, every month, every year for 20 years. That’s $83,000 more you spent to buy organic food and beverages for two decades. Yet, once you get cancer, if you survive with that cancer for 5 years, you will have spent $12,000 a year out of pocket for co-pays (that’s $60,000) plus up to $30,000 per month near the “end” for “state-of-the-art” and “cutting-edge” cancer treatments that don’t even save you anyway.
Plus, don’t forget, those last 3 to 5 years of your life fighting cancer with surgery, chemo and radiation are spent in absolute misery, dealing with pain, nausea, vomiting, bed-ridden, and waiting (sometimes hoping) to die.
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