What is the NHF?
The National Health Federation is the World's first health-freedom organization—and the ONLY one able to speak, submit scientific research, and actively shape global policy at international meetings of Codex Alimentarius, which means “food code” in Latin. NHF protects the health and health freedom of 7 billion people on the Planet.
The National Health Federation leads in the fight for the future of health freedom!
CODEX ALIMENTARIUS COMMISSION
CICG, Geneva, Switzerland
17 - 22 July 2017
(Comments of NHF)
Agenda Items 3 and 5 (Parts 1 & 2)
The National Health Federation (NHF), a non-profit international organization of consumers, appreciates the opportunity to comment on the following Agenda items.
Once again, National Health Federation (NHF) President and General Counsel, Scott C. Tips, is singled out by Codex Alimentarius not only to contribute to their magazine publication at the 40th Session of the Codex Alimentarius Commission in Geneva, Switzerland but to participate on a special panel, giving a presentation at the CAC this July. The theme of the publication will be “The Science of Food Standards.”
Scott Tips has attended international Codex committees consistently over 17 years; longer than most country and industry delegates, who tend to rotate in and out over time. President Tips literally has more active participation at the global seat of power for food and nutritional supplement standards than any other health-freedom activist in history. NHF is literally Your Voice for Health Freedom. This is the massive value of your membership and support of the NHF. Scott’s work, and that of other NHF attendees, which you support, impact the lives of over 7 billion souls on this Planet protecting you and your family by providing food safety and security.
Not everyone knows the correlation between good nutrition and depression. The latter is usually thought of as caused by emotions and a biochemical imbalance in the body. However, nutrition has an extremely important role to play in the severity and length of depression among seniors. What you eat and put in your body affects the way you respond physically and mentally.
Depression among the elderly is commonly characterized by occasional feelings of sadness. However, persistent feelings of unhappiness, sorrow or grief is not a typical component of aging. If untreated, depression has serious consequences that include sleeping problems, changes in appetite, suicidal thoughts, and physical pain.
by Sally Phillips
According to recent statistics, approximately 83% of the adult population in America consumes coffee on a daily basis, and 31% of avid coffee drinkers make this beverage the most essential part of their morning. Besides having a unique and refreshing taste, studies have lent evidence to the fact that regular coffee consumption has a great number of positive effects on physical health, which include lowering the risks of diabetes, heart diseases,and even liver cancer.
What are the Health Benefits of Eating Coffee Beans?
Coffee is one of the foods that contains the highest number of antioxidants, or more precisely, a group of antioxidants known as flavonoids. According to numerous findings, flavonoids play an important role in protecting the human organism from various ailments, such as inflamations, heart disease, and even tumors. A regular consumption of coffee can also help prevent the onset of Parkinson’s disease, and lower the risk of type 2 Diabetes, Alzheimer's, and depression. Other antioxidant compounds that play a protective role include caffeic acid, caffeine, chlorogenic acids, and eugenol among a few others.
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