A World War with Honey

Now Russia is involved. The Kremlin is not happy with the GMOs we are exporting to them and to other Eastern Europeans countries. They sent and warning to the U.S. Government, and other American giant bio-tech companies. How far is everyone willing to go? Meanwhile, the bees are becoming more and more rare. I hope we…

Read More

How pesticides could be destroying your microbiome

Originally posted on Grist:
blambca First the bad news: The “safest” herbicide in the history of science may be harming us in ways we’re just beginning to understand. And now for the really bad news: Because too much is never enough, the Environmental Protection Agency just raised the allowable limits for how much of that…

Read More

Killing the Self-Regulators

Lately, more of our food has been infested with bacteria.  Ammonia is one of the ingredients often found in the contaminated foods. The reason for that is that our farmers and meat producers often use the chemical to kill the bacteria in the animal but often stays in the meat. Some of our farmers are sick because…

Read More

Outbreak & Contagion

Brought to you by us, thanks to our self-damaging skills (talking about the environment of course). There will be no Matt Damon or Dustin Hoffman at the end, only a significantly diminished World Population. Will Darwin play with our fate again like he did after the Black Plague and restore the world’s population? Who knows… Perhaps, we’ll…

Read More

Your Milk Straight from a Lab

You won’t see the “Franken-ingredient” listed on the label, but are you surprised? I’m not. Some food manufacturer’s keep opposing to list all the ingredients they used on the labels. What are they afraid of? To make things worse, some milk brands are adding artificial sweeteners to their product to make it sweeter and tastier. I guess they…

Read More

My Vote Goes to Mother Earth

Sometimes it feels like we are fighting mother earth we are chemicals, pollution and unnatural ingredients. They want to own all the seeds the farmers use to plant crops year after year. Some of those seeds have been in the family of farmers for generations. Now they have to buy them and return them after…

Read More