Christina Sarich

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Christina Sarich is a humanitarian and freelance writer that has broken numerous health-related news stories.

Some of her biggest pieces revolve around exposing the fraud and lies told by Big Food and Biotech. If you want to learn how food companies are tainting the food supply with toxic ingredients or how genetically modified foods are leading to the downfall of our food supply. Christina's articles are must-reads.

Her blog is Yoga for the New World, and her latest book is Pharma Sutra: Healing the Body and Mind Through the Art of Yoga.

Recent articles by Christina Sarich

Study: Goats Fed GM Soy Have Altered DNA, Milk, and Offspring

There is a new study showing that the DNA in goats fed transgenic, GM soy feed is altered, and the milk itself is of lower quality, affecting offspring.

Architect Uses Cardboard to Build Usable Bridges, Pavilions, and Emergency Housing

Environmentalist and green architects are starting to use materials like cardboard to build structures sustainably, while designing in more green ways.

Microbial Biologist Says Biotech is Like a Religion, and is Failing

According to many scientists such as Ignacio Chapela, a microbiologist from UC Berkeley in California, the biotech industry has utterly failed.

Harvard Finds Pesticide in 70% of Honey Samples Tested

A recent study shows that 70 percent of honey samples collected in Massachusetts contain at least one neonicotinoid, a class of bee-killing pesticides.

30,000-Year-Old Virus from Siberia About to be ‘Awakened’

After unearthing a 30,000 year old frankenvirus from the icy wasteland of Siberia, scientists plan to awaken it. But why unleash this super virus?

California’s Cancer-Label on Monsanto’s Roundup to ‘Come Within 30 Days’

California will likely require that Monsanto has a label on all Roundup bottles declaring that they contain carcinogenic ingredients.

New Findings: Over 4000 ‘Gene Probes’ Altered with Low-Dose Roundup Exposure

A new study shows that even low-dose glyphosate can alter over 4000 genes and their proper functioning within the livers and kidneys of rats.

Syngenta Plans $2 Billion Stock Buy-Back to Shore Up Failing Investor Support

Swiss biotech company Syngenta is trying to appease wary investors with a scheme to buy back more than $2 billion in stock shares.

Experimental GMO Wheat Crop Fails to Deter Pests

Rothamsted Research says it is disappointed that the transgenic crop, known as whiffy wheat, utterly failed to deter pest aphids.

Bee-Killing Neonics Found in 50% of Rivers and Streams Sampled in Study

Neonicotinoids, known as bee-killing pesticides, were present in varying amounts in ever water sample collected from 9 sites in Nebraska and Iowa.

Humanity’s Big Fight: The Corporate Ownership of Food and Water

Privatization and corporate ownership of our food and water is approaching. Here are ways 2 of our most basic needs – food and water – are being controlled.

Pesticides Linked to Brain Cancer in Children

Researchers found that children are at an increased risk of brain cancer if either parent had been exposed to herbicides up to 2 years before the birth.

Pfizer to Pay $2 Billion for Failing to pay Medicaid Rebates for Drug Protonix

Pfizer faces a $2 billion lawsuit that accuses its Wyeth unit of failing to pay Medicaid rebates for a stomach drug called Protonix.

Class Action Suit Against Chipotle Says its GM-Free Claims are False

A class action lawsuit against Chipotle claims that the restaurants has never been GMO-free as it claims to be, and has never tried to prove it.

Biotech Found to Use GM-Contaminated Rat Feed in Fraudulent Studies

It is being revealed that laboratory rodent feeds for both test AND control groups are highly contaminated with pesticides, toxic metals, PCBs, and GMOs.

Update: 5 Scientific Experts Join Lawsuit to Bring Down Monsanto

In a class action lawsuit against Monsanto, 5 experts in the field have signed their names to a statement that will hopefully put Monsanto out of business.

USDA Gives 2nd Generation GM ‘Innate’ Potato Green Light

The USDA has recently deregulated the 2nd generation genetically modified non-browning, non-bruising Innate™ potato from the J.R. Simplot Company.