(NaturalNews) By popular demand, I've just published a new video showing more details of the Natural News Forensic Food Lab, including proof that the lab isn't a "video set" but rather a fully-functioning analytical laboratory. This is where I am spearheading the research on heavy metals contamination in foods, superfoods and dietary supplements.
In this video, I explain why we spent so much money to build an ICP-MS lab, and I describe some of the instrumentation and how it works. I also show some footage of external standards preparation, ICP-MS sample introduction maintenance, and some shots of the Niagara Plus sample introduction system from Glass Expansion.
Powerful new food science research coming this week
This video is being released in preparation for some groundbreaking new research we are about to reveal later this week on heavy metals contamination in popular health products.
Although some importers and manufacturers have remained in a state of denial over the heavy metals found in their products, the science we are conducting here at Natural News isirrefutable science conducted in the public interest. And as such, it cannot be stopped or silenced.
In this video, I also explain my passion for the Clean Food Movement and why I made the decision to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on laboratory equipment that earns no money in return. To me, this is pioneering work for humanity because it seeks to warn people about toxic contaminants in foods as a way to encourage healthier people, healthier babies and a more productive society in the long run.
The aim of my work at the Natural News Forensic Food Lab is to achieve total transparency of what's in your food. Right now, Natural News is quite literally doing the job the FDA should be doing, and just as promised, we are "changing the food industry" by encouraging manufacturers to radically rethink their formulations to achieve far cleaner end products for consumers.
There's a lot of fascinating research coming this week, so stay tuned to Natural News for more.
Watch my full video here, and be sure to subscribe to my email list at the bottom of this article to receive email alerts of our new laboratory findings.