The original paper appearing here by the Natural Solutions Foundation has been removed because it played right into the hands of the Pharmaceutical Interests. Our relationship with these people has ended.


For the best information possible on CODEX and how it applies to you and how it can affect your choices in health care, go to


Some important links below will also enlighten you about CODEX and the Health Freedom Movement.


The World Health Organization is behind a movement to evaluate allowable potency levels of vitamins and supplements. In effect, they have created a solution to a problem they first had to create. The created problem is this: People's lives are endangered by the improper use of vitamins and supplements. That the average person does not know the upper limits of the vitamins and supplements they take. In reality, drugs kill people, not vitamins and supplements. Please, WHO, show us the bodies! For more on this you'll want to read the following link: 



The following organization is publicizing false information. Please do not forward anything you get from them.




Maj. Gen. Albert N. Stubblebine III (USA RET)
President Rima E. Laibow, MD Medical Director

88 Batten Road 
Croton on Hudson  NY 10520                   
914-271-6792 voice 914-271-6720 fax


Specific examples:


In July, 2005, these regulations will become mandatory for all WTO members and that includes the United States. And once it gets here, it will be illegal to buy, sell, recommend or use any but 28 ultra-low dose nutrients, natural supplements, herbs, enzymes or other natural treatments whether you are a licensed health professional or not. The only legal health option left will be the pharmaceutical one. CODEX ALIMENTARIUS regulations have been approved in the EU, Canada and Australia. The United States is next unless we act decisively.


This is not true. This is disinformation. They have been informed that this is disinformation, but it still exists at their web site.


The rest of us will pay attention to what happens in July of 2005. 






Hit Counter