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  1. Who Shouldn't Eat Soy? | NutritionFacts.org

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    The vast majority of soy in the American human food chain (I don’t know about other countries) is non-GMO. If you want to avoid GMO and synthetic pesticides, then just get organic soy. NutritionFacts has covered GMO in a series of videos.

  2. The Debate About GMO Safety Is Over, Thanks To A New ... - Forbes

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    Sep 17, 2014 · Visit almost any anti-GMO website and you will find alarming headlines about the alleged dangers of GMO foods. They kill pigs, cows and sheep on farms and in lab studies! Humans are next!

  3. Genetically Modify Food | All Debates | Debate | IQ2US Debates

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    Genetically modified (GM) foods have been around for decades. Created by modifying the DNA of one organism through the introduction of genes from another, they are developed for a number of different reasons—to fight disease, enhance flavor, resist pests, improve nutrition, survive drought—and are mainly found in our food supply in processed foods using corn, soybeans, and sugar beets, and ...

  4. The British Medical Association had already "warned that the technology may lead to the emergence of new allergies." With the York's research in hand, now British scientists urged their government to impose an immediate ban on GM food until further testing evaluated their safety.

  5. Using Bone Meal For Plants? Here Are The Risks

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    Using bone meal for plants has been passed down for generations.. It’s made from ground up animal bones and comes in a granular or powder form. When I did a lot of landscaping as a teenager and in my early 20s, I was using bone meal for almost all of my plantings.

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  7. EcoWatch

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    A team of German and British scientists lead by Stefanie Lutz, postdoc at the German Research Centre for Geosciences GFZ and at the University of Leeds, studied 40 samples of watermelon snow across four Arctic locations: Norwegian archipelago Svalbard, Sweden, Greenland and Iceland. Thirty-six of the samples were taken from Svalbard and Sweden ...

  8. Antibiotic-Resistant "Superbugs" in Meat | NutritionFacts.org

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    Antibiotic-Resistant “Superbugs” in Meat Written By Michael Greger M.D. FACLM on March 10th, 2016 As a rule, “high-ranking public-health officials try to avoid apocalyptic descriptors.

  9. Independent Scientists Manifesto on Glyphosate

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    Independent Scientists Manifesto on Glyphosate. More than 80 scientists worldwide are calling on governments at all levels to ban the spraying of glyphosate herbicides, based on overwhelming evidence of harm from scientific studies and witness testimonies compiled by the group

  10. Information Age 2001 - present - Growing A Nation

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    During this era, new genetically modified organisms (GMOs) including apples and potatoes were introduced in the United States. According to the American Farm Bureau, in 2016, "Globally, 18 million farmers grow biotech crops; 90 percent of them on small, resource-poor farms in developing countries."