One of the objectives of parenthood is to raise children that are better, stronger, faster and smarter than their progenitors. It makes sense, that’s how a species evolves. So we organize sports events, encourage homework done on time and support volunteer activities. All for developing a better next generation.
But what if this next generation of children were being held back from a higher level of achievement by an outside, invisible force? What if on a daily basis your child was being exposed to a chemical agent that could adversely impact their ability to learn and grow?
Well, they are! In foods that have been sprayed with pesticides and in food products made from those foods sprayed with pesticides.