My Thoughts About Our Food Supply

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This video blog started with the recent buzz about ADA – Azodicarbonamide– in Subway sandwiches.  But it is SOOO much bigger than that.

It isn’t just ADA.  It’s the 82,000 chemicals and food additives registered with the FDA.  I’m here to tell you that yes, small exposures, over time, have cumulative and chronic effects.

Cialis is effective at 30 PPB (parts per billion).   Albuterol will stave off an asthma attack at 2.1 PPB.  Contraceptives are effective at less than 1 PPB.  So does a “small dose” of ADA in your daily food supply matter?  I’m here to weigh in on the subject and also will provide you with some action steps to protect your own health and that of your family.

*Correction – Novaring is a contraceptive but it’s not an oral contraceptive.  Sorry.  My mouth talks faster than my brain sometimes!

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 About Tracy Konoske, MS, RDN

meet_tracyFor the past 20 years, Tracy has served as a dietitian/nutritionist and educator to hundreds of patients throughout the US on their journeys to restoring health, and optimizing well being. 

Tracy has a passion for helping others heal, fueled by her own recovery from Chronic Neurological Lyme, Chronic Fatigue, Epstein Barr Virus, SIBO, and anxiety. 

Tracy says "I have the deepest respect and passion for the healing abilities of the human body.  Each day, I witness miracles when the body is provided optimal fuel:  a nutrient dense, whole, plant foods diet combined with any necessary lifestyle changes.  A talented teacher, known for explaining complex medical topics in plain English, Tracy will assist you in restoring your health and your freedom.  

Tracy helps people with chronic & mystery illness restore their health