People who know me well know that I don’t like shopping in big places. I don’t like supermarkets or giant hardware stores. I don’t like the bright fluorescent lights or the feeling of excessiveness that prevails. I prefer the farmer’s market, where I can get to know the farmers who grow my food, or the little family-run market and hardware store in my neighborhood. We know each other by name and they’re always glad to try out products that customers suggest. But yesterday I was on the hunt for organic wild blueberries and so I decided to venture into the abyss otherwise known as the American supermarket.
The New York Times recently published an article carrying the headline, “C.D.C. Ends Chipotle Case With Illness Still a Mystery.” That “mystery,” of course, is the fact that although investigations into the E. coli outbreaks were conducted by the CDC, the real cause of them still remains unknown. This very well may be as close as we’ve seen mainstream media come to actually raising the possibility of biotech industry food terrorism in this particular case.
This is my fourth article on the Zika scam. A virus is being blamed for destruction that actually comes from other forces. In a previous piece, I listed the top six causes for what is happening in the center of the storm, Brazil, where babies are being born with smaller heads (microcephaly) and brain damage. One of those causes is pesticides/herbicides. Here I’m presenting information from an animal study that implicates glyphosate, the central ingredient in Monsanto’s herbicide, Roundup, in microcephaly and cranial malformations. One of authors of this study is the late Argentine researcher, Andres Carrasco, who was subjected to scientific censorship and threats during his career.
Beware: this medical advice site website puts the interests of big pharma and corporate America before yours.
Easy tips to get a jump on your spring garden by growing non GMO organic plants from your kitchen scraps!
Campbell Soup’s announcement that it will become the first U.S. company to begin labeling genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in its products garnered accolades on Friday from food and safety groups, who heralded the development as a “significant win” for transparency.
The U.S. agrichemical lobby targeted a Canadian teenager as part of its “increasingly nasty and divisive public relations war over GMOs,” according to Global News.
The FDA has been instructed to ban the sale of GM salmon until it can complete labeling guidelines and “a program to disclose to consumers” whether a fish has been genetically altered.
Despite nearly 400,000 petition signatures from citizens, health professionals, and farmers expressing public opposition, in September 2014 the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved a new generation of genetically engineered corn and soybeans, created by the biotech company Dow AgroSciences.
Congress has stopped Monsanto’s favorite DARK ACT bill that would effectively ruin the food supply and halt GMO labeling initiatives.
The ruling provides a solution for “overpaying for products that aren’t what they were represented to be.”
Monsanto the company that introduced multiple genetically modified crops and numerous toxic chemicals into our environment with their ecocide. Are now being brought to court with charges of crimes against humanity, Christina Sariach weighs in on the issue.
The FDA has approved the sale of GMO Salmon, but are these farm-raised fish going to be a healthy option for us? Dr. Axe sieves through the potential health hazards.
France has upheld a 2012 ruling against Monsanto, in which the agribusiness giant was found guilty of the chemical poisoning a farmer named Paul François.