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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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The “Future of Food” is a compelling, eye-opening documentary that is widely considered a “must-see documentary” by anyone who eats food.

Even if you think you know everything worth knowing about your food, there’s still a dark secret the biotech companies believe consumers should not be allowed to know: That many foods are genetically engineered with dangerous pesticides and foreign DNA, and there is currently no U.S. law requiring their labeling as such.
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In 1997, the investigative reporting duo of Steve Wilson and Jane Akre, while working for Fox News, cracked a story Read the rest of this entry »

Beginning Jan. 1, 2006, all food products and dietary supplements bearing a nutritional facts panel that are regulated by the USDA and sold in the United States have been required to list tran-fat content.

The dangers of trans-fats have been evident for many years. Only now is the general public given access to this information.

What a coincidence.
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We have to buckle up when we drive.
It’s the law.

We are no longer allowed to take scissors or pocketknives in our hand luggage when we fly.
It’s the law.

Vehicles must fulfill a range of safety requirements to be allowed on the streets.

Fast food shops even label coffee cups to warn consumers that the content is hot.

But if that rice you and your family are eating contains the human genes of your next-door neighbor, well, that’s just none of your business.
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ok – we’ve all heard at least some sort of verbiage about it by now… GM food…GE Food… Genetically Modified…Genetically Engineered…Transgenic…. but it’s not in the media, not really anyway.

What is it? How is it different from traditional food?
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In early 2001, Dr. Arpad Pusztai’s colleague Dr. Stanley Ewen, Dr. Arpad Pusztai’s wife Dr. Susan Bardócz and Dr. Arpad Pusztai himself submitted evidence to the New Zealand Royal Commission regarding Genetic Modification. (Dr. Arpad Pusztai is the independent scientist who had been fired for his truthful reporting regarding GMO’s/ Genetically Modified Organisms. His research team was broken up, his data seized, and six of the similar research projects that were taking place at that time were halted.)

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CENSORED Research – Submission to the New Zealand Royal Commission on Genetic Modification

 

Independent Study Points to Dangers
of Genetically Altered Foods
( Dismissed by Media and Biotech Industry )

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  • HEALTHY FOOD SOURCES
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    SHOPPING List – Healthy Food Choices (GM Free) and Those to Avoid

    The Showa Denko Tryptophan disaster

    Genetic Engineering
    The Disaster

    The tryptophan disaster in the end of the 1980′s and beginning of 1990′s killed 37 and permanently disabled 1,500 people in the United States in a disease called eosonophil myalgia syndrome (EMS).

    It was caused by one or more extremely poisonous substances present in a tryptophan food supplement, which was produced by genetically engineered bacteria at the Japanese firm Showa Denko.
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    The following table provides a listing of novel traits by crop species. In each case, the number of events with a particular trait is also provided. For additional information on each crop x trait combination, follow the relevant link under the “Crop Name” column. Read the rest of this entry »

     Dangers of Genetically Modified Food Confirmed Read the rest of this entry »

    New Evidence Establishes Dangers of Monsanto’s Roundup Weed Killer Read the rest of this entry »

    You’ve probably noticed those tiny, annoying stickers that appear on most fruit – Here is the secret behind that “code”:
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    The world’s top sweetener, Aspartame, is made with Genetically Modified bacteria.

    The most widely used sweetener in the world, Aspartame, found in fizzy drinks and sweets, is being made using a secret genetic engineering process, which some scientists claim needs further testing for toxic side-effects. Read the rest of this entry »

    If you really want to avoid the influence of genetic engineering, buy Read the rest of this entry »

    By Jeffrey M. Smith
    A 10-Page Summary

    Exposing Industry and Government Deception
    About the Safety of the
    Genetically Engineered Foods You’re Eating

    Introduction

    On May 23, 2003, President Bush proposed an Initiative to End Hunger in Africa using genetically modified (GM) foods. He also blamed Europe’s “unfounded, unscientific fears” of these foods for thwarting recovery efforts. Bush was convinced that GM foods held the key to greater yields, expanded U.S. exports, and a better world. His rhetoric was not new. It had been passed down from president to president, and delivered to the American people through regular news reports and industry advertisements.

    The message was part of a master plan that had been crafted by corporations determined to control the world’s food Read the rest of this entry »

    As the global demand for food increases and modern technological breakthroughs give scientists the tools they need to create stronger, healthier crops, the predominance of genetically modified foods has sparked growing concern as to the potentially hazardous effects of playing with Mother Nature’s perfection.
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    Another study verified that Genetically Modified soybeans contain a unique, unexpected protein, not found in non-Genetically Modified Read the rest of this entry »

    EUREKA project, a network for European collaboration in research and development, believes that special care is needed with food for infants; therefore the partners in EUREKA project “Euroenviron Sampbabyfoodogm” aim to produce a kit for the detection of Genetically Modified ingredients in baby food.

    According to the researchers, the main focus of the project is to develop reliable, quantitative Genetically Modified (GM) screening methods for processed baby foods. The project tested two crops, maize (corn) and glycine max, that are at high risk of containing GM ingredients.

    Most baby food replacing human milk is composed of ingredients that have a high chance of containing GM material Read the rest of this entry »

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