Pick up almost any container of food and you;ll see a lengthy list of chemical ingredients, most of which only a professional chemist could explain. Have they been properly tested to ensure their safety in our bodies? Has money, and the potential profits to pharmaceutical companies done the talking? Have government agencies chosen to 'overlook the odd danger' in return for the tax revenues that big companies generate? In the USA a food tester was convicted of receiving $50,000 from a pharmaceutical company for 'passing' a chemical additive as 'safe' when it was later shown to have been 'passed' without any proper testing. Is this the tip of an iceberg? Some of this stuff can take up to thirty years for its cumulative effects to show up in a human body / mind. And some, it seems, have now been shown to cause hormonal changes - even affecting your perception of your own gender. The plot thickens. But what can we the public do? Answers in a plain brown envelope!