Category: GMO

Video: You Call That A Tomato?

By Reinhard Kirchner  By GreenMedInfo In the 1990s, a bunch of gene jockeys brought the first genetically engineered food to market. The business crashed but biotech science has flourished far beyond the produce aisle. In May 1994, a tomato appeared on supermarket shelves across the country that was unlike anything Americans had eaten before. Grown…

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Glyphosate and Roundup’s Implications on Modern Diseases

by Catherine J. Frompovich An interview with Stephanie Seneff, PhD: Co-author of “Glyphosate’s Suppression of Cytochrome P450 Enzymes and Amino Acid Biosynthesis by the Gut Microbiome: Pathways to Modern Diseases.” In April 2013, independent scientist Anthony Samsel and MIT scientist Stephanie Seneff published their mega studies analysis of glyphosate titled “Glyphosate’s Suppression of Cytochrome P450…

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FBI Calls Destruction of GMO Sugar Beets in Oregon ‘Economic Sabotage’

by Sayer Ji In a breaking development, the FBI confirms that 1,500 GM Sugar Beet plants were destroyed this month in Oregon, in what they are calling an act of “Economic Sabotage.” When GM pollen blows into a non-GM farmer’s fields and irreversibly contaminates his crop with ‘biopollution,’ who does the law side with? Historically,…

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GMO Legislative Update from Washington, DC

By Lee Bechtel NHF National Lobbyist The acronym GMO usually refers to Genetically Modified Organizations. In this case, there is a direct connection with Monsanto, Dupont, and other large biotech companies that produce genetically engineered seeds, which grow into GMO crops, and find their way into an estimated 70 percent of processed foods sold in…

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China Intent On Producing Genetically Modified Cow Milk To Replace Human Breast Milk And Sold At Your Grocery

By Natasha Longo Scientists have now successfully introduced human genes into 300 dairy cows in a bid to produce a cow milk alternative to human breast milk. The biotech company has high hopes that genetically modified dairy products from herds of similar cows could be sold in supermarkets around the world. However, there hopes may…

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Follow the Money: How Does That Apply to GMOs?

by Catherine J. Frompovich Dan Flynn, Editor-in-chief at Food Safety News, wrote something that resonated with me and which I could not help but comment about. In Flynn’s June 6, 2013 article “Oregon’s Isolated Plantings of GM Wheat Has Consequences” [1] the following remarks about how GMO crops negatively affect U.S. farm and agricultural exports…

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Connecticut to Be First State to Label GMOs?

By Natural Blaze Fresh off global protests against Monsanto, the Connecticut House and Senate agreed on a bill to label genetically modified foods. “There is mounting scientific evidence showing that genetically modified foods are harmful to our health,” said Senate President Donald E. Williams (D-Brooklyn). “There’s an increasing avalanche of public support (for labeling GMOs).” The…

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