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This plan MUST be stopped: The release of genetically engineered moths will contaminate the organic food supply

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(NaturalHealth365) There is a scary plan – the first of its kind – to release genetically engineered (GE) moths into organic food crops in New York State.  Up to 10,000 GE male diamondback moths are to be released – EACH WEEK – during the next three to four month cabbage planting cycle. The plan is intended to control the spread ... Read More »

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USDA ignores risk to blanket the south with genetically engineered flammable tree species

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(NaturalHealth365) A eucalyptus tree genetically engineered to withstand freezing temperatures may be poised for United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) approval, opening the door to over a million acres of eucalyptus “plantations” throughout the southeastern United States. Although the GE tree is being billed by its developer, ArborGen, as a “green, sustainable” way to solve the world’s demands for paper ... Read More »

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Monsanto gets license to create new modified crops using unregulated gene editing

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(NaturalHealth365) The genetic alteration of our food has taken another scary turn. While the use of GMOs (genetically modified food) is still a concern, a new technology has been added to the frightening arsenal of Monsanto and other ‘Frankenfood producers’ – and as of now, it will be largely unregulated. (This technology threatens all of us) It’s a gene editing ... Read More »

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Reishi mushroom combats cancer and deadly microorganisms

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(NaturalHealth365) Like a reliable wake-up call, Reishi mushrooms activate the disease-fighting cells of your immune system, pushing them to aggressively combat cancer and other diseases. It’s little wonder Reishi mushrooms have been prized by Eastern medicine for centuries. Scientific studies have shown Reishi mushroom extracts to be effective in combating tumor growth, preventing cancer and prolonging life. But its immune-boosting ... Read More »

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FDA approves genetically engineered salmon, no label required

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(NaturalHealth365) While Americans may have a diversity of opinion on many issues, they do have one area of widespread consensus – that genetically modified food poses a health risk and ought to be labeled. That commonly held belief was delivered a blow recently, however, when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the sale of genetically engineered salmon as ... Read More »

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Genetically modified crops threaten organic farm land

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(NaturalHealth365) Genetically modified crops are a contentious topic in Washington as people all over America and around the world are demanding the ban of GMOs in foods. The presence of GMOs has virtually taken over the United States food industry since they were introduced in 1996, gradually becoming an increasing threat to the environment and consumer health. According to the ... Read More »

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Genetically engineered humans for profit

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(NaturalHealth365) Are we ready for genetically engineered humans designed to increase corporate profits? As we speak, there are lots of scientists that believe we can, eventually, eliminate disease and ‘unwanted’ traits. There’s only one catch – the corporations funding this research may own our lives – if they are successful. The concept is fairly simple – genetically ‘improve’ faulty genes ... Read More »

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Britain set to launch first ever genetically modified human embryo

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(NaturalHealth365) On Friday, the CBC and Reuters published articles announcing that Britain is “planning to become the first country in the world to offer controversial ‘three-parent’ fertility treatments to families who want to avoid passing on incurable diseases to their children.” The British government will be drafting legislation later this year to legalize and regulate three-parent in vitro fertilization in ... Read More »

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How babies are being genetically engineered

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(NaturalHealth365) There you are in your fertility doctor’s office. The results of the genetic tests on your embryos just came back. Your doctor informs you that one of them has the AR gene (androgen receptor genes), which has been correlated with an increase in violent behavior. What he does not tell you is that the AR gene only correlates with ... Read More »

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Sound the alarm about genetically modified foods

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(NaturalHealth365) Most multi-national (junk) food producers hope we never learn about the dangers of genetically modified, poisoned foods. For more than a decade, companies like Monsanto have been working to control the world’s food supply with expensive GM seeds. GMO food threatens the biodiversity of life, our environment and the health of every animal (including humans) on the planet. It’s ... Read More »

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Genetically modified foods are more dangerous for children than adults

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(NaturalHealth365) According to Vyvyan Howard, an expert in infant toxico-pathology at Liverpool University Hospital, United Kingdom, “Swapping genes between organisms can produce unknown toxic effects and allergies that are most likely to affect children.” Changes in nutrition have a greater impact on the structure and functioning of young, fast-growing bodies. More of the food is converted to build organs and ... Read More »

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Genetically Modified Foods, Toxins and Reproductive Failures

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(NaturalHealth365) Rhetoric from the US government since the early 1990s proclaims that genetically modified (GM) foods are not significantly different from natural plant foods. This assertion is political, not scientific. In fact, FDA scientists had privately warned that splicing foreign genes into crops might produce dangerous side effects, including high levels of toxins. Their concerns have now been validated. Nearly ... Read More »

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