As the next generation of GMOs are being developed, we will likely see them in possession with a new trait being called “gene drive.” This gene drive is designed to allow the genetic alterations to spread like a virus through the host population, be it plant or animal. This has lead to many scientists being concerned that this self-replicating technology could be used to make GMOs become sophisticated and secretive biological weapons against everything from crops and livestock to humans.…

Potentially one of the biggest health concerns in the modern world are genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). Despite recent attention on the question of their safety, the House of Representatives recently voted to block attempts at requiring GMO labeling which has caused this issue to receive less media coverage than it deserves.

Recently, Vermont decided to listen to their citizens and passed a law that requires the labeling of all foods that contain genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). Monsanto along with other biotech corporations partnered with the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association (GMA) immediately to file a lawsuit against the state of Vermont. However, Vermont stood their ground and fought back, gaining the support of 8 other states who are also rejecting Monsanto and their GMOs.

When it comes to GMO foods and non-GMO foods, the differences tend to be subtle, but if you want to find the healthiest food for you and your family, it’s important that you find food that is not genetically-modified.

The fastest, easiest, and most guaranteed way to make sure that you don’t get GMO food is to buy directly from farmers by going to farmer’s markets. Most of the farmers represented in farmer’s markets are smaller operations that operate without the use of GMO crops, and this is by far the best way to ensure that you are not getting …

Now supported by more than three-quarters of state lawmakers, legislation that would require all genetically engineered food to be labeled won praise from proponents Tuesday as a consumer protection that would help people make informed choices about what to eat.

It is estimated that the legislation which would require the labeling of all GMO food is being supported by over 75% of Massachusetts lawmakers. This law is being pushed in order to allow consumers to make informed food choices.…

The state of California recently claimed a small victory over the corporation Monsanto as they made a move to add glyphosate as well as three other chemical pesticides to their cancer list. This will greatly restrict the use of these pesticides in order to protect public health.

The full extent of these restrictions is still unknown, but it is clear that glyphosate, malathion, parathion, and tetrachlorvinphos will all most likely be classified as carcinogens by California’s environmental protection agency.

Austrian Health Minister Sabine Oberhauser and several Italian Ministries have recently confirmed that these two countries have requested to opt-out from raising the eight different variety of genetically-modified corn which is being allowed at the EU level. Under the new EU regulations, this means that Austria and Italy now have a full ban of genetically-modified crops.…

If you ever visit Huckleberry’s Natural Market in Spokane, Washington, you might see Stacy Cossey there holding a large sign which reads, “Honey-bees Unite for I-735.” Stopping to talk with her will reveal that she is also wearing a shirt that reveals more about her quest: “I-735: Get BIG money out of elections!” Stacy spends much of her time collecting signatures around Washington, but her story is not a typical one.

Stacy Cossey spent 27 years as a stockbroker on Wall Street. Prior to the subprime mortgage crisis, she saw what was coming and urged her clients to get out …

A freshly published study in ” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”Environmental Health proposes that low-level exposure to Roundup for a long time may lead to liver and kidney depreciation in rats.

Analysts fed rats very low levels of Roundup in their water—smaller than the legally acceptable amount in drinking water in the U.S and the European Union.—for 2 years after which the animals were euthanized and autopsied.…

The WWF (World Wildlife Fund), a charity that started in 1961, is about to destroy everything it represents. For so many, the charitable organization played an important role in saving necessary areas while working on behalf of animal welfare all over the universe. In recent millennia, the WWF has abandoned its roots. It‘s been watered down and infiltrated by nature-destroying thoughts of the bio-tech industry.…