American food companies love to say that they can’t label GMOs because it’s too expensive. It’s a lie.
Mars has finally decided to remove artificial dyes from M&Ms in the US 10 years after doing so in the UK.
Monsanto’s signature herbicide glyphosate, first marketed as “Roundup,” is now the most widely and heavily applied weed-killer in history.
According to the CDC, nearly every American has the toxic substance from Telfon in their body, including infants and children. Here’s the solutions.
The arguments for GMO foods are basically economic. But the economics are in the favor of chemical companies and increased usage of dangerous pesticides.
In the United States alone 80,000 chemicals were approved for use by the TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) and yet only 200 of the toxins were tested for human safety.
This is how a Coca-Cola advertisement would look like if all the facts about their products would be revealed honestly and openly.
Why the increase in demand for organics? Nearly 800 chemicals used in and around our food system can cause endocrine disruption.
I can’t let today pass without a thank you to our nation’s veterans.
What does the World Health Organization’s classification of processed meat as a Class 1 carcinogens actually mean for you?