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Livestock Fed GMOs Showed No Evidence of Negative Effects, After 19 Years

Globally, food-producing animals consume 70 to 90% of genetically engineered (GE) crop biomass. This review briefly summarizes the scientific literature on performance and health of animals consuming feed containing GE ingredients and composition of products derived from them.

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it was blowin in the wind : GMO

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AquaBounty …

 is a biotechnology company dedicated to the improvement and productivity in aqua culture. 1,420 more words

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GMO’s Good or Bad. That is the Question ???

GMO’s – Genetically Modified Organism – Especially Food – “I just know I don’t like it.”

The other day, friends and I were talking about genetically modified foods while most was against GMO’s two or three were for them.   94 more words

The Arctic Apple: a GMO that aspires to reduce food waste

Happy Sunday scholars and sledders.

I hope everyone is having a merry and mathematical weekend! Did you celebrate Pi Day yesterday? Did you read any of the… 1,860 more words

Where Our Food Comes From - Sustainable Farms Versus Industrial Factory Farms

Sustainable agriculture takes many forms, but at its core is a rejection of the industrial approach to food production developed during the 20th century.

Unfortunately, most food produced in the U.S. 472 more words


GAME OVER: GMO science fraud shattered by stunning investigative book worthy of Nobel Prize - Altered Genes, Twisted Truth

Friday, March 06, 2015
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Natural News

(NaturalNews) The science fraud game is over for the biotech mafia. After years of running its corporate con that pushed dangerous poisons into the food supply and the fragile environment, the biotech industry’s lies are now exposed and meticulously deconstructed in an exhaustively researched new book launching March 20. 1,791 more words


Don't Believe Big Food Industry's Propaganda

The big food industry (corporations) is trying to convince the public that the only way we can continue to feed the world is to increase the use of genetic engineering (GMO) and chemicals (pesticides, fertilizers, etc.). 132 more words