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GMO What You Should Know And the Smear Against Organic Food

Anthony Gucciardi helps us understand what's going on with our food and the false smear against organic food. Suddenly all over the news they are claiming wi...
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“A Chat with…Rebecca Skolmutch, Nutrition and Food Laws & Regulations Divisions”

“A Chat with…Rebecca Skolmutch, Nutrition and Food Laws & Regulations Divisions” | Dietetics and Sports Ethics | Scoop.it
Name: Rebecca Skolmutch Job title: Manager, Health & Wellness Compliance Company: Disney Consumer Products IFT Division(s) to which you belong: Nutrition, Food Law & Regulatory (just joined!
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5 Surprising Genetically Modified Foods

5 Surprising Genetically Modified Foods | Dietetics and Sports Ethics | Scoop.it
Leaving aside the question of whether they're good or bad for a moment, what exactly are GMOs, and which foods are they in?

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The BioSync Team's curator insight, August 5, 2013 10:19 AM

The genetic modification of food is intrinsically dangerous. It involves making irreversible changes in a random manner to a complex level of life about which little is known. It is inevitable that this hit-and-miss approach will lead to disasters. It must disrupt the natural intelligence of the plant or animal to which it is applied, and lead to health-damaging side-effects.
— Dr Geoffrey Clements

Arun Shrivastava's comment, August 21, 2013 4:03 AM
I'd never recommend GM foods except to Obama. NEVER. Just one meal is enough to alter the characteristics of gut bacteria.
Richardson, A. 's curator insight, November 16, 2014 9:29 PM

So how does food and sports ethics relate?  The food on our table is not the same food we grew up on. Hormones and GMO (genetically modified organisms) are just a couple of the new items in our food that we probably cannot even pronounce, let alone understand the long-term effects these products have on our bodies and environment.  Thus, if corporations are allowed to process food for purchase which contains hormones and other unknown things, where are their ethics on food quality.  Also, do those products effect an athlete's performance?

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Enhancing Performance in Sport - Ethical Considerations

Sportspeople, at any level, are always looking for ways to enhance their performance. This program provides a valuable overview of the many facets of perform...
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Be careful what you put in your body!

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Natural Foods vs. Organic Foods | Superfoods Guide

Watch more How to Eat More Superfoods videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/501752-How-to-Understand-MyPlate-Superfoods-Guide Learn the truth about foods lab...
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Event: Food Labelling Regulations

Event: Food Labelling Regulations | Dietetics and Sports Ethics | Scoop.it
Most hospitality businesses are aware of the new food labelling regulations that come into effect on 13th December 2014 across Europe. For the first time, caterers will be required to provide infor...
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Tweet from @AlexAtFWW

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RT @AlexAtFWW: "TPP will lead to a race to the bottom on food safety regulations" @MitchJonesFWW http://t.co/ePntVe7Sjb
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History and Philosophy of Physical Education Video on Sport Ethics

Bad Sportsmanship vs Good Sportsmanship.
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Why the food industry is not your friend - The Globe and Mail

Why the food industry is not your friend - The Globe and Mail | Dietetics and Sports Ethics | Scoop.it
Why the food industry is not your friend The Globe and Mail Whether it's inviting the food industry to the table in creating Canada's Food Guide, or ParticipACTION's partnership with Coca-Cola to promote sport, or the welcoming of food industry...
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There must be Ethics with what is being put in our food!

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