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Why We Need to Label Genetically Modified Foods by Dawn Gifford aka Small Footprint Mama Posted Mon 14 May 2012 9:31pm Over 70% of packaged foods contain GMO ingredients. Unless you eat organic, you will inevitably take part in the GMO experiment being perpetuated on us all. Click on the title above to read the rest of the article at SmallFootprintFamily.com >> Read on »
Demand Labeling of GMO Genetically Modified Food by Jeffrey Dach MD Medical Doctor Posted Wed 02 Dec 0016 12:00am Demand Labeling of GMO Genetically Modified Food << MORE >> Read on »
Genetically Modified Foods by Wellness Warrior Facebook Posted Thu 03 Mar 2011 1:53pm Want to know if your food was genetically modified? Well, you may not have that right! To me that is almost as scary as the modified food itself! From Organic Valley Dear Farm Friend, Over the past year, we've asked our Farm Friends to speak out against the approval of Genetically Engineered foods. Despite our combined efforts, Roun ... Read on »
Are GMO Foods Safe? by Cascia T. Posted Thu 29 May 2014 2:50pm Science versus anti-GMO crusaders, who is actually right? Genetically modified foods or GMOs are a hot topic in the media and health circles. But what exactly are genetically modified food and why are they so controversial?  What are GMOs?  Genetically modified organisms are defined as organisms in which the genetic material has be ... Read on »
GMO Labeling and our Food: Why It Matters by Live from La Quinta Posted Mon 07 Oct 2013 11:25pm I am joining Friends of the Earth and bloggers from around the country to unite for GMO labeling by participating in a Blogging Carnival . We want to spread the word to let everyone know why GMO labeling is important. In a few weeks, voters in Washington state will have an opportunity to be the first state to make labeling of genetically mo ... Read on »
Genetically Modified Foods - Free Lebanon by Paty M Posted Tue 09 Jul 2013 9:25am Genetically modified foods are a hot topic now. They are found in many food products sold in the Lebanese market and have become quite controversial. What are GMOs? Are they healthy or do they increase the risk of diseases? In which foods are they found and what can we do about it... Many questions cross our minds when GMOs are involved! ... Read on »
In the sell Guild Wars 2 Gold the us of genetically revised food simply no principles has to be unique content label by cheapwowgold Posted Tue 08 Jan 2013 12:27am   In thesale guild wars 2 goldUnited states food store, inside the full of beautiful points in face involving meals, it can be difficult to find the "genetically modified food" label. Reporter inside the supermarket random interview many clients; many have no idea .At first,sell Guild Wars 2 Goldthe us of genetically revised food simply no principl ... Read on »
Not Your Grandma's Tomato Part 1 - Keys to Good Nutrition & Tips to Eating Healthy Feast on Organic Whole Food by Josiah F. Patient Expert Posted Sun 25 May 2008 11:49am I'd like to share an article written by David Uri LeBaron, pioneer and innovator of live, whole food-based nutrition. "THIS IS NOT YOUR GRANDMOTHER'S TOMATO! - Part I" "After more than 30 years of 'hands-on' organic farming and continuous nutritional research, let me explain why... this is NOT your grandmother's tomato! You've ... Read on »
The Furor Over Frankenfoods – Do You Worry About Eating Genetically Modified Foods? by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 12 Dec 2012 9:06am Do you like scary movies? Whether it is due to a bad experience with The Changeling (not the Angelina Jolie version but the really old 80′s one) or just an overactive imagination (seriously, we watched it for an 8th grade birthday party and the front door blew open the exact same moment the front door in the movie slammed open – clear ... Read on »
GMO Labeling: A FoodPolicy.US Sponsored Panel at Georgetown by Gena Patient Expert Posted Sun 21 Apr 2013 5:13pm Image courtesy of Rodale On Friday, I had the privilege of attending a fascinating debate right in my own backyard: the Georgetown University campus. The debate was organized by FoodPolicy.Us , a multimedia platform designed to foster a broad based dialogue about our food system. The organization’s public events cover a wide ra ... Read on »