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#1 Jesse Jimmie

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Posted 26 August 2015 - 01:04 PM

I suppose a thread should be made on the constant barrage of GMO infected food being shoved down all of our literal gullets.  The more information the better.  I'll let the reader decide for themselves....
 
 
 
Germany has initiated a move to stop the growing of genetically modified crops under new European Union rules, documents seen by Reuters showed on Monday.
 
German Agriculture Minister Christian Schmidt has informed German state governments of his intention to tell the EU that Germany will make use of new "opt-out" rules to stop GMO crop cultivation even if varieties have been approved by the EU, a letter from the agriculture ministry seen by Reuters shows...

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To Cluck or not to Cluck, that is the question...


#2 Ludikrus

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Posted 26 August 2015 - 01:20 PM

GMOs are interesting.  What are the long term effects both physically and mentally?  It reminds me of Big Pharma.  I've seen examples of long term thorazine use in people. ...  .....


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#3 Digger

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Posted 27 August 2015 - 06:01 PM

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Posted 03 September 2015 - 06:45 PM

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They think they own the whole planet.

 

 

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Posted 03 September 2015 - 06:50 PM

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This might surprise you, but long-term health studies have been conducted on GMOs. Aside from the fact that GM foods have a long, safe track record (17 years in the marketplace), GM crops are repeatedly and extensively tested for consumer and environmental safety, and those tests are reviewed in the U.S. by the Department of Agriculture, Environmental Protection Agency and Food and Drug Administration, and similar organizations internationally. Tests are conducted by both industry experts and independent organizations.

 

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Figure that all these test are biased considering that monsanto pays for all the research.  If you want a paycheck you better do as the boss says!  They gotcha by the balls in a vice grip of total slavery.  Eat what we tll you and like it or else. 


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Posted 16 December 2015 - 01:01 PM

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Right down the ram's gullet. ... .

 

 

 

Undeniable anger, lust, and greed to destroy the natural goodness inherent in all mankind. Feed us the poison, feed us the hate, feed us the the glorified lust for revenge and fantastic hubris.

 

 

 

Sheering the sheep is no longer enough!  Flesh is required!

 

 

 

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Posted 19 October 2016 - 03:53 AM

New study links protein in wheat to the inflammation of chronic health conditions
 
Scientists have discovered that a protein in wheat triggers the inflammation of chronic health conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, asthma and rheumatoid arthritis, and also contributes towards the development of non-coeliac gluten sensitivity.
With past studies commonly focusing on gluten and its impact on digestive health, this new research, presented at UEG Week 2016, turns the spotlight onto a different family of proteins found in wheat called amylase-trypsin inhibitors (ATIs). The study shows that the consumption of ATIs can lead to the development of inflammation in tissues beyond the gut, including the lymph nodes, kidneys, spleen and brain. Evidence suggests that ATIs can worsen the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, asthma, lupus and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, as well as inflammatory bowel disease.
 

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Posted 29 July 2017 - 01:30 AM

GMO foods are such an embedded part of our food system these days, but it’s not difficult to think back to a time when food was simpler and healthier. How did we get to the point that genetically modified organisms infiltrate so much of what we eat? In a recent issue of Rosebud Magazine, GMO expert GL Woolsey took a look at the history of GMOs. We present that for you here now.
 
1935 – DNA Discovered
1973 – Recombinant DNA Created
1975 – Asilomar Conference
1980 – First GMO Patent Issued
1982 – FDA Approves First GMO
1994 – GMO Hits Grocery Stores
1996 – GMO-Resistant Weeds
1997 – Mandatory Labels in Europe
1999 – GMO Crops Dominate
2003 – GMO-Resistant Pests Appear
2011 – Bt Toxin Discovered in Humans
2012 – Farmer Wins Court Battle
2014 – GMO Patent Expires
 
 
Common Genetically Modified Foods: Are You Still Eating Them?
 
What are GMOs?
 
Genetically modified organisms are created by taking genes from organisms such as bacteria, viruses or animals and inserting them into other, often unrelated, species. GM food refers to any food product containing or is derived from GMOs.
 
Proponents of genetically modified foods point to their many benefits which includes: boosting agricultural production and potentially ending world hunger; decreased use of pesticides by creating pest-resistant crops; and enhanced nutritional value by fortifying plants with additional nutrients.
 
However, critics of GMOs, warn that creating new organisms, which would never occur in nature, pose serious unknown and unpredictable health and environmental risks.
 
The Big Eight
 
The United States is the world leader in the production of biotechnology crops accounting for nearly two-thirds of all biotech crops planted globally. Approximately 70 percent of foods in our supermarkets contain genetically engineered ingredients including products made from these most common genetically modified foods.
 
1. Soy
2. Corn
3. Cotton
4. Canola
5. Sugar Beets
6. Alfalfa
7. Aspartame
8. Dairy
 
 
 

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