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  1. Blog - Page 3 of 20 - Sundays With Sam

    People call the Welsh language the British tongue, Cambrian, Cambric or Cymric. In the thirteenth century, this place was called Nantmayl , Mael’s valley, the place where the river Dulas flows. Mael was a person and her/his name is also used in the name for Maelienydd in Radnorshire.

  2. Biotech and the Environment - Slashdot

    The effects of feeding these potatoes to rats were being studied, and a small part of the research was published in the British medical journal The Lancet. Pusztai is most criticized for blaming the "construct" -- the extra bits of DNA put into the plant along with the lectin gene -- for causing cell proliferation in the rat intestine.

  3. Living With Phytic Acid - The Weston A. Price Foundation

    In the context of a diet rich in calcium, vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin C, good fats and lacto-fermented foods, most people will do fine on an estimated 400-800 mg per day. For those suffering from tooth decay, bone loss or mineral deficiencies, total estimated phytate content of 150-400 mg would be advised. For children under age six, pregnant ...

  4. Links 3/30/19 | naked capitalism

    Church’s, Popeye’s or KFC Fried Chicken, made with GMO corn fed, pesticide laced feed, antibiotics dosed chicken. grown on massive factory farms, cooked in cheap GMO, pesticide laced vegetable oil fryers, usually electric fossil fuel powered, from food processors warehouses where ingredients are wrapped in plastic, cardboard and are then ...

  5. Elise Wainani Piliwale Archives - Sundays With Sam

    In October 2011 BASF requested cultivation and marketing approval as a feed and food from the EFSA. In 2012 GMO development in Europe was stopped by BASF. In 2010, a team of Indian scientists announced they had developed a genetically modified potato with 35 to 60% more protein than non-modified potatoes.

  6. Likewise we know what it is to keep healthy: good proteins like organic meats, fish, nuts and cheese, plenty of raw foods and greens, fresh herbs like parsley, marjoram, basil, watercress, and so on, very little carbohydrate (cut back on potatos, bread, root veg, etc), cut back on all forms of sugar and hidden sugars as in banana, apple, pears ...

  7. Assessment of Environmental Impacts of Genetically Modified ...

    assessment of deliberate releases and placing on the market of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in particular, genetically modified plants. The aim of this study was to compile the current international status of research on the environmental impacts of genetically modified plants.

  8. HEALTH CARE - EverNewEcoN

    COMMENTARY trump's xenophobia's a war on hospital staffing In the period 2012–15, 1,364 fraud and abuse perpetrators (FAPs) treated over 1.2 million Medicare beneficiaries and received

  9. The Oil Drum | DrumBeat: November 17, 2006

    Nov 17, 2006 · Until the 19th century—whether in China, France, India or Britain—food came almost entirely from local sources and harvests were variable. In good years, there was plenty—enough for seasonal feasts and for storage in anticipation of winter and hard times to come; in bad years, starvation cut down the poorest and the weakest—the very ...

  10. Comments for 2012: No Geomagnetic Reversal - Universe Today

    Oct 03, 2008 · Because of the enormous amount of comments to this 2012 article, I’ve had to move the comments to a separate thread, because the page was slowing down the server. You can continue commenting here.