If you want to side-step potentially dangerous food additives, just eat organic, right?
In part two of our saga on GMOs, we discuss the dangers of GM dairy products and tips on dining out GMO-free.
Genetically modified foods hit the shelves in 1996, but despite related health problems, no labeling laws exist. Arm yourself with knowledge instead!
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As more people learn about the risks of eating biotech foods, Monsanto responds to the backlash with a website.
A wide range of gastrointestinal and immune system disorders have become more prevalent since the introduction of GMOs in 1996. And researchers are starting to make the connection.
Here are seven terrible food additives and practices that are banned in Europe but green-lighted here in the good old U.S. of A.
The amount of GMOs in our food is overwhelming. Here’s a list of unhealthy foods that are either loaded with chemicals or genetically treated — even if they say differently!
Learn how toxic chemicals from Monsanto are poisoning infants and fetuses, and how to fight it!
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In a historic ruling, Brazil moves to cancel its contract with biotech giant Bayer for the cultivation of genetically modified corn.
Oats are a pretty amazing food staple. Like its counterparts, spelt, rye, and barley, this grain is completely genetically modified organism-free.
Last week, Rep. Dennis Kucinich along with food safety activist Elizabeth Kucinich, and author John Robbins, joined congressional candidate Marianne Williamson to discuss genetically modified organisms in our food supply. Why wasn’t mainstream media there?
Scientific dissenters whose research doesn’t jibe with preconceived industry decisions are frequently “managed” by means more typically associated with gangsters.