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Well Britain, it looks like Genetic Engineering is coming your way again. Several government ministers are backing a campaign to have genetically modified crops back on the public agenda.

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Biosecurity New Zealand is trying to track down Genetically Modified Tropical Fish that were allowed, by human error, into New Zealand this year.

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The little dog and I haven’t had any issues with ticks (as in the parasite) this season, surprising since they’re so common around here.

That is, until recently.
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The true story of Soy has not been told.

The many serious health hazards from consuming soy have not been told.

The consumer has not been made aware of the dangers, in order for them to make an educated decision on whether or not to consume soy.

You have the right to know, and I’m going to tell you.
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The massive amount of anonymous entries on the anybody-can-edit online encyclopedia we all know and love called Wikipedia, isn’t so anonymous anymore.
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Non-Genetically Engineered Ingredients

COFFEE – GM FREE!

I’ve added a new addition to the “SHOPPING List – Healthy Food Choices (GM Free) and Those to Avoid” for you today, GM Free Coffee. Those ‘mornings after’ all of your GM Free Wine I gave you back in June, thought maybe you’ll need this!
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If you have any condition/health challenge that the professionals have been yet able to diagnose or cure, The Frimon Aspartame Test may well be for you.

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A complete summary of this blog from the beginning

~May 07 through August 12, 2007~

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Intellectual property rights enable corporations to patent living things, providing them ownership rights not only at present, but for all future generations.
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Aspartame was initially discovered back in 1965 as a drug  to treat peptic ulcers.

In it’s first 16 years of existence, the FDA absolutely positively refused it’s approval. It is dangerous and deadly. The Food and Drug Administration did it’s job, protecting the public. It refused to put Aspartame on the market.

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“Sweet Misery” unveils one of the most pervasive, insidious forms of corporate negligence in the history of the industrial revolution: the “revolving doors” practices between the FDA and powerful corporations such as Monsanto-subsidiary, Searle.

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I’ve added a new link to the link family today, called Graves Eye Disease and Hyperthyroid. She is a young lady blogging on typepad,  who as of May 2007, is 18 months post-Graves Disease diagnosis.
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The toxins currently found in our food sources via Genetic Engineering not only affect us humans, we need also to remember this affects other important members of our family, of the fur and feather variety. 

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While doing my own independent researching (read- ignoring media hype) in an effort to make an informed vote in our next presidential election, the subject that I hold close to my heart is our food supply. Read the rest of this entry »

Recently unearthed documents prove that Bayer sold millions of dollars worth of an injectable blood-clotting medicine, Factor VIII concentrate intended for hemophiliacs, to Asian, Latin American, and some European countries in the mid-1980s, knowing all the while that it was tainted with AIDS. 
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“A Stain, Vaughn?

A ketchup stain?

How dare you, disrespect me, your country, and your MAMA !”
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