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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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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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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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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 »

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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