List of GMO foods. Blacklisted: GMO Supporting Food Companies to Avoid. A genetically modified rose by any other name may smell sweet, but it could still have frankenthorns that might independently detach themselves and lop off your finger while you’re smelling it.
That’s not unlike a trip to the grocery store these days. There are a lot of ugly surprises in pretty, charmingly-named packages. It seems like no matter how hard you try to avoid them, GMOs and toxic foods creep into your life. Take for example, the earthily-packaged “natural” foods that are showcased in your grocery store aisles. They cost twice as much, have obscure brand names, and tout their health benefits and natural sources. GMO Food - It's Worse Than We Thought - Dr. Russell Blaylock. GMO Food — It's Worse Than We Thought Over the last decade, as genetically modified, or GMO, foods have increasingly taken over our food supply, we've been learning more about their dangers to our health.
Now, one courageous doctor is pointing to mounting evidence that leaves no doubt — GMO foods are even worse than we were told. As this respected doctor points out in a riveting new presentation, no long-term human studies have ever supported GMO safety. Shockingly, the World Health Organization only requires a mere 90 days of testing to claim that GMOs are safe. Well, no one dies from smoking cigarettes within 90 days of starting to smoke, either! Yet while lifetime studies still have not been done on humans, scientists have done these studies on animals — and what they found is stunning.
Shockingly, 50 percent of the males and 70 percent of the female animals on the GMO diet succumbed to early death at an age equivalent to 40 to 50 human years. Dr. The G.M.O. Boycott List. When we began our work at Health Wyze Media in 2008 as Naturally Good Magazine, we knew that genetic engineering was a rapidly-growing problem.
Yet we were ignorant of the staggering breadth of the problem. Only a small percentage of the health researchers such as us, and the top executives of the biotechnology industry have any comprehension of how corrupted the food supply in the Americas has become. The problem is so wide and so severe that we have avoided reporting it for fear that truthful reporting on this topic would harm our credibility. People would never believe it. For us as reporters, the exploding disease statistics prove that our discoveries are not flawed or exaggerated, and those staggering numbers include all of those supposedly mysterious "genetic disorders" that never existed before in history. The U.S. Genetically engineered maize with synthetic toxin approved for usage in EU food and feed. Detail from label of No-GMO Popcorn - design by Juan Wilson Christoph Then TestBiotech Safety of Monsanto’s Synthetic-Toxin maize to be re-examined Testbiotech and GeneWatch UK formally request withdrawal of EU market authorisation of Monsanto´s genetically engineered maize Genuity VT Triple PRO Corn with synthetic toxins. 28 July 2011.
The organisations are filing a formal request for internal review of the EU Commission´s decision according Article 10 of Regulation (EC) No. 1367/2006 because the legally required high level of protection for consumers, farm animals and the environment are not met and legal requirements for monitoring of health effects have been ignored completely.
“This maize produces a unique combination of insecticidal proteins. The plants were not tested for health effects in feeding studies. Currently, genetically engineered crops mainly enter the EU from North and South America as soya or maize for use in animal feed. Link to GeneWatch UK: Complete List of Non-GMO Food Brands. Genetically modified foods have been linked to a number of health and environmental dangers over the years.
Frankly, many people simply don’t trust them and this is for good reason. How to Avoid GMOs (for real) - Mama Natural. In the U.S., GMOs are everywhere in our supply chain.
According to the Grocery Manufacturers Association, 75-80% of all conventional, processed foods contain some form of GMOs. In this post, I’ll tell you how to avoid them. First, a bit of background GMOs are plant or meat products with DNA artificially altered in a laboratory by genes from other plants,Â animals,Â viruses, orÂ bacteria, resulting in foreign compounds found in these foods. This type of genetic alteration is not found in nature and hasn’t been studied extensively. In this post, I’m not going to argue the merits of going GMO-free. Bottom line, if you chose to consume GMOs, that’s yourÂ prerogative. Peru bans GMOs. Farmers Abandoning GMO Seeds And The Reason Will Surprise You.
Image source: Modern Farmer A growing number of farmers are abandoning genetically modified seeds, but it’s not because they are ideologically opposed to the industry. Simply put, they say non-GMO crops are more productive and profitable. Fini la malbouffe pour les Boliviens : McDonald ferme tous ses restaurants en Bolivie. La Bolivie est devenue la première nation à se libérer de la malbouffe de McDonald, qui a lutté pendant plus d’une décennie pour conserver son icône «rouge».
Et cette victoire de la Bolivie a encore fait la une des journaux. Après 14 ans de malbouffe dans le pays et en dépit des nombreuses campagnes de promotion, McDonald a été contraint de fermer en 2002, ses 8 restaurants boliviens dans les principales villes de La Paz, Cochabamba et Santa Cruz de la Sierra. McDonald a servi ses derniers hamburgers en Bolivie un samedi à minuit, après avoir annoncé un plan de restructuration global dans lequel il allait fermer ses portes dans sept autres pays à faibles marges bénéficiaires. Une victoire pour la santé des peuples du sud. Peut-on se nourrir sans OGM en France ? Peut-on se nourrir sans OGM en France ?
© iStockphoto Alors que le débat des OGM est relancé par la publication d'une étude suggérant les effets hautement toxiques d'un maïs génétiquement modifié, qu'en est-il dans notre assiette ? Si la France est relativement protégée des OGM, reste que nous consommons indirectement des aliments transgéniques et que notre assiette peut contenir des traces de ces organismes génétiquement modifiés.