The National Health Federation (NHF) was the only other delegation to argue in support of India's position; and the chairman, in the first in a long series of incorrect decisions, told India and NHF that they missed the point, that Codex is "adjusting to industry practices," and that the language will stay in.
Aquaculture production practices aimed at minimizing fertilizer dispersal from closed, farmed fish, and shellfish operations into open waters were next debated, with the European Union, Italy, and the National Health Federation arguing for retaining wording that such dispersal must be restricted.
The exhibition is organized by the Tunis International Fairs Company, in collaboration with the National Health Federation
stemming from the Tunisian Industry, Trade and Handicrafts Union (UTICA), under the aegis of the Public Health and Industry and Trade Ministries.
organized to counteract legislation to fluoridate waters, she was a member of the Natural Foods Association and a life member of the National Health Federation
, dedicated to the protection of health freedoms.
The National Health Federation
presents the 1997 Natural Health Show noon to 9 p.
Privitera has served on the board of several top health organizations, including the National Health Federation
and his experience and expertise will significantly contribute to the Company's mission.
Trowbridge also served as chairman of the board of governors of the National Health Federation
(NHF) in 1989 and as president of the Great Lakes College of Clinical Medicine (GLCCM, now ICIM) in 1995-1996.
He was the son of Victor Irons, cofounder of the National Health Federation
First, I am not sure why I am choosing to include the perspectives of the National Health Federation