ARE YOU TAKING VITAMIN B?
OR ARE YOU TAKING COAL TAR OR SEWAGE SLUDGE?
The Reilly Tar & Chemical Corporation in Indianapolis, Indiana was placed on the National Priorities List (NPL) by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on September 21, 1984. Industrial development of the Site began in 1921 when Republic Creosoting Company started a coal tar refinery and a wood treatment operation on the southern end of the property. On-site wood treatment operations occurred from 1921 to 1972. Beginning in 1941, several chemical plants were constructed and operated on the northern end of the property. Environmental problems at the site are related to the management and disposal of creosoting process wastes and to wastes associated with and substances used in the process of manufacturing specialty chemicals. Contamination According to EPA studies, groundwater is contaminated with pyridine, benzene, and ammonia, all materials that are used in the chemical production operations. About 5,200 residents within 3 miles of the site use ground water for drinking. Citizens have complained frequently of headaches, general ill health, and increased cancer and birth defects. Soils at the site are contaminated with a number of volatile organic contaminants (VOCs), semi-VOCs, and carcinogenic polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PNAs). Taken from The Energy Library (the information can also found on numerous governmental websites).
Listen up folks. I have been warning you about SYNTHETIC NUTRITION for a very long time. This is serious. It's time to sit up in your desk and pay attention. Not just for yourself, but for your children ---- and your grandchildren. If you are trusting the FDA to protect you from this kind of nightmare, you are being fooled. It's all up to you --- always has been. If you do not educate yourself about the differences between WHOLE FOOD NUTRITION and the Synthetic Fractionated Chemicals that pass for today's 'vitamins', you are setting yourself and your family up. And the word "natural"? It means nothing. Limestone is "all natural" and happens to be the most common source for calcium supplements. How's that been working out for you (HERE)?