Watch how the same companies that fueled the tobacco habit are the ones behind our unhealthy food habits.
Understanding the relationship between the two is key to grasping the true nature of the allergy epidemic.
Everyone’s talking about the price of EpiPens. But, the bigger question is: Why has the number of people with food allergies skyrocketed?
But, they are used to create processed foods, feed livestock, and fuel cars.
Analysing data from around the world, the team led by Newcastle University, reviewed 196 papers on milk and 67 papers on meat and found clear differences between organic and conventional milk and meat, especially in terms of fatty acid composition, and the concentrations of certain essential minerals and antioxidants.
We have received several emails in the first few days of 2016 asking for tips on how to afford organic food. We get it. When we first started learning about how many additives, genetically engineered ingredients and synthetic pesticides were allowed into conventional foods—and that by law, these ingredients are not allowed in the production of organic food—we wanted to make the shift. But the numbers were totally intimidating, especially with four kids.
You will never see this Coca-Cola commercial on TV. But if Coca-Cola had to tell the truth, this is what it would look like.
One of the most compelling promises that the biotech industry makes to justify the need for their products (genetically engineered crops and portfolio of chemicals needed to grow them) are that these ingredients are needed to feed the world. Who can argue with that if it’s working? But it’s not.
Transparency is sexy. Misleading people, not so much. If you had no idea that ingredients, labeled by the EPA as pesticides, are hiding in your food, you’re not alone.
Here are nine dirty little secrets about GMOs that impact everyone from farmers to families to the financials of our economy:
The world’s most widely-used herbicide, glyphosate, has been in the headlines a lot lately.
California’s EPA recently announced that it plans to label the ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup as “carcinogenic” which isn’t good news for its manufacturer, Monsanto, which has been trying to ink a deal with Syngenta.