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!
NHF is taking a lead coordinating role in establishing a nationwide “Health Freedom Legal Services Network.”
The National Health Federation enjoys its reputation as the World’s first health-freedom organization. We take pride our long history and many marked accomplishments in health freedom advocacy. Yet, in our six-plus decades of work, we’ve never felt comfortable resting on our laurels.
To the contrary, our Federation leaders proactively seek ways to extend our organization’s effectiveness and influence. Doing so is at the core of our mission.
And it’s with this goal in mind that we’re delighted to announce another groundbreaking step forward in our untiring efforts to protect and advance the health rights and freedom of individuals and healthcare practitioners:
By Birgitta Lauren
Having studied Codex Alimentarius for many years, and wishing to be able to be a fly on the wall, I was able to actually participate as an NHF delegate helping shape food health globally, which was humbling and also gave me an honored feeling of heavy responsibility to potentially affect world health.
The Codex Committee on Food Hygiene (CCFH) is hosted by the United States government, and its most recent annual meeting was held during the week of November 6-11, 2016, in Los Angeles, California. It was a momentous week.
By Scott C. Tips, NHF President & General Counsel
At the beginning of this week December 5-9, 2016, the Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses (CCNFSDU) became the very thing that Codex Secretariat Tom Heilandt warned against in his opening speech there – “lazy monkeys.” For those unfamiliar with that term, it is loosely translated as “being lazy for no reason and not functioning properly.” On the debate over the daily Nutrient Reference Values (NRVs) for Vitamin D and Vitamin E, the bulk of the Committee weakly argued and agreed amongst themselves that the World’s population does not need adequate blood levels of either Vitamin D or Vitamin E. In particular, the CCNFSDU decided that 5-15 micrograms (200-600 IUs) /day of Vitamin D and 9 milligrams (13.5 IUs)/day of Vitamin E are all that humanity needs. Lazy monkeys.
Catherine Austin Fitts interviews Jon Rappoport
The special interests that lobbied the Tribeca Film Festival to cancel the documentary VAXXED: From Cover Up to Catastrophe meant to suppress evidence that vaccines are contributing to an epidemic of autism. The suppression backfired. Instead, coverage of the documentary exploded, in no small part thanks to Robert De Niro’s courageous interviews calling for an open discussion of the issues.
December 30th, 2016
To all of you who have faithfully donated in the past, I truly thank you. You have been the ones who have kept the National Health Federation alive and active on the World stage literally creating global policies. You are the ones helping to change for the better the health of 7 billion souls worldwide, most of whom live in lands you may never visit.
Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference in the World. But NHF members don’t have that problem. You and our other members know that the return on your investment in our national and international work is visible and measurable.
I would like you to please consider a gift of $50 or more. The stakes are high, current problems serious, and lives will suffer and may even be lost. Together we will make the vital difference and leave a strong legacy for the future. NHF has the answers and a proven track record since 1955 in championing causes that threaten you and your loved ones. Please donate to the Federation today. It is more important than ever.
One hundred years ago to the day, on July 1, 1916, the British and French Armies went on the attack against the German Army on the Somme with high expectations. This was the Allied offensive that was to crack the German lines in Northern France and hopefully end the Great War. Within hours, minutes really, though, the offensive bogged down. Some 20,000 British soldiers died on the first day alone, not to mention the tens of thousands of French and German soldiers who died as well. By the time the Battle of the Somme had ground to a halt 141 days later, more than a million men were battlefield casualties. It was a tragic and senseless loss of life. And for nothing really – trench lines moved seven miles at most. Unbelievably, there are still some people today who think this was a fair exchange.
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