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Genetically modified foods: What is and isn't true - Washington Post

Genetically modified foods: What is and isn't true - Washington Post | Cullinary | Scoop.it
Genetically modified foods: What is and isn't true
Washington Post
We're arguing about organics, honeybees, factory livestock, fishery depletion, aquaculture, yields, antibiotics, monocrops and chemicals.

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this is about people think that modifying genes in our food is a 21st-century phenomenon, but humans have been using selective breeding to create better versions of plants and animals for thousands of years. people believe the biggest problem here isn't the GM crops themselves, but how they are being used. 

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Protecting Our Pets From Organic Pet Foods to Natural Pest Prevention, Shop...: Student Research Center - powered by EBSCOhost

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in this article many people are looking for organic foods for their pets. it increases their health benefits helping them live longer. It also mentions that organic pet foods are slot higher in price but they are consumed in less quantity because they are rich in nutrients and vitamins. 

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States Consider Labels for Genetically Modified Foods – WebMD

States Consider Labels for Genetically Modified Foods – WebMD | Cullinary | Scoop.it
In the past two years, voters in California and Washington rejected ballot proposals that would have required labels on genetically modified foods. On Wednesday, New Hampshire lawmakers defeated such a bill.
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processed foods contain at least one ingredient made or derived from genetically modified crops.Researchers still havnt found any evidence that genetically modified foods are more harmful than those without genetic modifications. only Connecticut and Maine have a law that requires labels on food products that contain genetically modified ingredients.

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DE-BUG YOUR DINNER: Student Research Center - powered by EBSCOhost

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The purpose of this article is to inform the
public about important aspects of the exposure of
humans to E. coli, a growing problem and important part of your everyday life. this particular microorganism has been
causing illness since 1982 and it is  increasing worldwide.

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The Truth Is Out on Genetically Modified Foods - And It's Not Pretty

The Truth Is Out on Genetically Modified Foods - And It's Not Pretty | Cullinary | Scoop.it
This week, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) called on Physicians to educate their patients, the medical community, and the public to avoid GM (genetically modified) foods when possible and provide educational materials concerning GM foods and health risks.
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