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…

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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…

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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…

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‘Replicant’ Tomatoes

Can we predict what tomatoes will taste like in the future?  Imagine The Sci -Fi favorite “Blade Runner’s” cool main character, Deckard (Harrison Ford) sharing a cup of spicy “replicant tomato ramen” with his girlfriend.  Interesting…. Especially if you’re hungry.   If we keep mass producing our food, hiring illegal cheap labor, requiring minimum control and…

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Why we care?

Food Regulations, Food Recalls, Organic Food, Sustainable Farming, Industrialized Foods, GMOs, Alternate Food Systems, Mass Production, Farm Land, Fast Food, Obesity, Bio-dynamics, Clones, Food Poising, Genetic Engineering, Water. Death.  Fade to black. Are you still there? These words may sound like they belong in a Science Fiction script, but they are our reality.  These are some of…

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