Tag: genetically modified
The USDA is brushing off activists, saying it needs ‘more time’ to conduct environmental studies on Monsanto’s GMO crops. How is this possible with all of the studies coming out in the past months about the negative impact of GMO on the environment as well as our health?
A 2012 nutritional analysis of genetically modified corn found that not only is GM corn lacking in vitamins and nutrients when compared to non-GM corn, but the genetic creation also poses numerous health risks due to extreme toxicity.
Supermatket chains like Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Aldi, and others say they will refuse the sale of AquaBounty Technology’s modified salmon in a move against biotech and GMO.
Whole Foods has announced that it will be rolling out mandatory GMO labels to indicate whether or not a product contains GMOs by 2018.
Infertility is not something that comes up in daily conversation. It’s not like ADHD or obesity—things that are often talked about as people discuss their struggles. But like obesity and ADHD, there is a great possibility that the increasing rates of infertility can be tied to diet and environmental factors.
There are those of us who abstain from meat and those who see such a lifestyle choice as a travesty. If you’re of the latter group and you like your meat red, you should consider switching to grass-fed (if you haven’t already), not only for your own health but for the health of the planet.
A new report has discovered a hidden viral gene deep within genetically modified crops that actually physically mutates other crops and poses serious risks.
“Garbage in Garbage Out” is a phrase coined to refer to the fact that putting bad data into a computer will produce bad results, or even damage its function – this is equally true with your body and what you eat. If you recognize that the human body is a living complex organism, not an inanimate manufactured creation like a computer, it is even more applicable to your body than to your computer.
In the wake of the so-called defeat of Proposition 37, it’s eerie looking back on this 2007 Mail Online article on the “world’s first” genetically modified food crop containing human genes: rice made with human genes.