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Sunday 22 May 2016

Black OP's outfits.

So often when researching major UK health charities and dietary organisations, you will find multi-national food conglomerations and large pharmaceutical companies acting as financial sponsors. Certain questions come to mind. Firstly, how would it affect the sponsors turnover and profits, if the healthcare organisations, promoted a whole fresh food diet, and advised us to stay well clear, of highly processed factory produced high carb/sugar/starch foods to all, especially diabetics. It's my opinion drastically, big pharma and big food would lose £billions. The second question you need to ask yourself, should healthcare organisations accept funding from outfits that have vested interests in maintaining the status quo.

Please note.

This is by no means a complete list of commercial organisations funding and sponsoring UK health organisations. Also, the companies involved change from time to time, almost always 'the usual suspects' are to be found. We will endeavour to update this list in the near future. Eddie

Diabetes UK The diabetes charity.

Abbott Bayer Boehringer Ingelheim Bristol Myers Squibb Bupa Bunzl Everyclick First Capital Connect Flora pro.activ Kodak Lilly Lloyds Pharmacy Menarini Merck Serono Morphy Richards Merck Sharp & Dohme Limited Novartis Novo Nordisk Nursing Times PAL Technologies Ltd Pfizer Rowlands Pharmacies Sanofi-aventis SplendaTakeda Tesco Diets

The British Dietetic Association

Yakult UK Ltd Cereal Partners Juvela Danone belVita Abbott Nutrition Vitaflo International 

HEART UK -The Nation’s Cholesterol Charity

Abbott Healthcare Alpro UK AstraZeneca BHR Pharma Cambridge Weight Plan Cereal Partners UK (Sh Wheat) Food & Drink Federation Fresenius Medical Care (UK) Limited Genzyme Therapeutics Hovis Kellogg’s (Optivita) Kowa Pharmaceutical Europe Co Limited L.IN.C Medical Systems Limited Merck Sharpe & Dhome PlanMyFood Pfizer Premier Foods Progenika Biopharma s.a. Roche Products Limited Unilever (Flora) Welch’s (Purple Grape Juice)

The British Nutrition Foundation

The organisation's 39 members, which contribute to its funding, include – beside the Government, the EU – Cadbury, Kellogg's, Northern Foods, McDonald's, PizzaExpress, the main supermarket chains except Tesco, and producer bodies such as the Potato Council. The chairman of its board of trustees, Paul Hebblethwaite, is also chairman of the Biscuit, Cake, Chocolate and Confectionery Trade Association.

The European Food Information Council

Current EUFIC members are: AB Sugar, Ajinomoto Sweeteners Europe, Bunge, Cargill, Cereal Partners, Coca-Cola, Danone, DSM Nutritional Products Europe Ltd., Ferrero, Kraft Foods, Mars, McDonald's, Nestlé, PepsiCo, Pfizer Animal Health, Südzucker, and Unilever.

The British Heart Foundation

Unilever Flora margarine.

A black operation or black op is a covert operation by a government, a government agency, or a military organization. This can include activities by private companies or groups. Key features of a black operation are that it is secret and it is not attributable to the organization carrying it out.The main difference between a black operation and one that is merely secret is that a black operation involves a significant degree of deception, to conceal who is behind it or to make it appear that some other entity is responsible. Wiki


Anonymous said...

The way we eat in the house is whole fresh food. Some vegetables and meats can be more expensive but lower cost fresh foods can be bought. If we were all to change our eating habits and choices could the supermarkets cope. Do we also need to look at what farmers grow, what fishermen catch. Choice and change for our better health.

Black OP's, Lobbyists, Government Ministers do they have the general population best interests at heart?

There is so often more behind the scenes that needs highlighting and you do keep your followers informed.


Anonymous said...

What a load of utter boring rubbish

Glad to see you're back on form.

Lowcarb team member said...

Anonymous said...
What a load of utter boring rubbish

Glad to see you're back on form"

It's your lucky day my anon friend, today is the day we authorise 1 comment in 100 you post in. Now, I realise you are the patron saint of junk food and big pharma drugs, but our readers see things a different way.

You work so hard to annoy us, but all you do is give us a chuckle. While people like you are around, it's easy to see why we are winning.

Keep up your great work, and I am chuffed we give you a reason to live.

Happy days and be lucky

Eddie aka shootin' looking forward to deleting your next 99 comments.