The National Health Federation
Declaration of Health-Freedom Rights
The following rights and freedoms are basic to all individuals:
- The right to control our own bodies – to decide what food, drink, and medicines to take and use, and what food, drink, and medicines not to take.
- The right to supplement our diets with vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids, and enzymes without government restrictions.
- The right to receive alternative medicine and treatments (such as those provided by chiropractors, acupuncturists, naturopathic doctors, massage therapists, and clinical nutritionists) without government restrictions.
- The right of alternative medical practitioners to determine and use those treatments best suited for their patients without government restrictions.
- The right of manufacturers and distributors of dietary supplements to provide truthful research and label information about the benefits of supplements and other health aids.
- The right to discuss and disseminate truthful natural-health information. The FDA, the FTC, and other government agencies should not be allowed to prevent health organizations such as the National Health Federation from disseminating this vital information.
- Freedom from international Codex Alimentarius Commission standards that would greatly restrict all of the above rights on behalf of a small elite that has gained control of governmental health agencies. We view this and other governmental actions as the greatest threats to our health freedom today.
- The freedom to eat clean, fresh food without pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, poisons, or irradiation.
- The right to breathe clean air and to drink water free of harmful chemicals such as fluoride.
- The right to protect ourselves and our children from unnecessary and often dangerous, childhood vaccines.
- The right of our military men and women to refuse to submit to mandatory vaccines such as anthrax.
- The right to keep our medical records private and confidential.
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