Researchers from Harvard say that along with numerous environmental toxins, fluoridated water is adding to the higher incident of both cognitive disorders.
Public hearings are to be held in New York and Maryland, where GMO debates will occur in order to sway Congress into making a choice about labeling GMOs.
Here is a video of a young boy who blasts GMO-giant Monsanto. He explains how sustainable, organic farming practices surpass conventional GMO techniques.
Over 200 scientists have openly agreed that GMOs are NOT safe. These scientist admit that claims to GMO safety are misleading and downright false.
The system is ruining more than you know. Here are 8 ways corporations and even the government are poisoning our food supply, humans, and mother Earth.
“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.
We know that the vast majority of corn, soybeans, and much of many other crops are genetically modified, but do we know how the how much GMOs are consumed each year? Actually, yes. Average Americans today eat about 193 pounds of genetically modified foods over 12 months—and that’s an underestimate, according to the Environmental Working Group.
There will be 6 new GMO crops to be planted and on our dinner plate. Here’s your chance to sat NO. The first two crops have been on the old, slower-track approval process, which allows 60 days for the public to comment. The remaining four are new additions but are on the fast track, meaning we still only have until September 11th of 2012 to have our say before these seeds hit the soil and, maybe, your dinner table.
Due to the near future voting on November 6, 2012 for California’s Proposition 37, there has been a lot of heat going back and forth concerning GMO foods. Up until now, biotechnology giant Monsanto dished out a whopping $4.2 million alone. Monsanto has even recently published a page on their site titled “Taking a Stand: Proposition 37, The California Labeling Proposal,” where the GMO giant attempts to logically explain why it is so against GMO labeling. Here are the top 7 lies Monsanto wants you to believe regarding GMO labeling and Prop 37.
GMO foods pose a risk to humans, animals, and the environmental. Here are the top 10 worst GMO foods for your “do not eat” GMO foods list.
Since early 2011, there has been a lot of information circulating regarding Monsanto’s purported purchasing of the natural health food store known as Whole Foods; topics like ‘Monsanto buys whole foods’ and others quickly became hot search terms. In actuality, the biotechnology giant did not buy Blackwater, and did not buy Whole Foods. Here are the details.
Are genetically modified foods making you sick and fat? Monsanto’s genetically modified creations have been pegged for causing a plethora of environmental and human harm, but are they also contributing to one of the country’s fastest growing health problems? A study published in the International Journal of Biological Sciences shows that GM food is indeed contributing to the obesity epidemic.
Monsanto’s genetically modified corn, which has been hailed as the answer to many farmers’ prayers, has actually been creating resistant superbugs for years. The genetically modified crop known as Bt corn has been altered to produce its own toxin, a pesticide called Bacillus thuringiensis which was implemented into the crop to kill off rootworms before they have a chance to ruin the crop.
In an act of defiance against bloated biotech companies like Monsanto, Peru has officially passed a law banning genetically modified ingredients within the nation for a period of 10 years. Peru’s Plenary Session of the Congress made the decision despite previous governmental pushes for GM legalization. Anibal Huerta, President of Peru’s Agrarian Commission, said the ban was needed to prevent the “danger that can arise from the use of biotechnology.”