AquAdvantage Atlantic salmon has made history – along with a generous serving of controversy — by becoming the first genetically engineered food animal approved for sale in the U.S.
With the mainstream media and food pyramid, it’s easy to see why so many of us are confused about what’s actually healthy.
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!
While vitamin C can only handle one free radical, this superpower can handle as many as 19 at the same time!
Cantaloupe is just one of the nutrient-rich, heart-healthy foods worth celebrating.
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In a dramatic sign of the growing concern over genetically modified food, some of the nation’s largest grocers are making major changes.
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One state hopes to lead the country in demanding proper and honest labeling for genetically modified foods.
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It turns out, feeding your body the right nutrients rather than stuffing it with “empty” calories will not only help you lose unwanted pounds, it’s a key ingredient for living a long and healthy life.
Nutritionists scoff at modified cornstarch, dextrose, maltodextrin, and corn oil—and for good reason.
The government has a new mathematical formula for weight loss — and it’s completely bogus. Find out why the new math doesn’t add up, and learn a simple formula to burn fat.
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