• GMO Study: OMG, You’re Eating Insecticide…

     Most Americans remain blissfully unaware (or don’t care) they are eating genetically-modified (GM) organisms every day. Passivity and blind faith in the USDA, FDA and EPA have largely contributed to this attitude. Perhaps that will change now that a GMO Study reveals an insecticide produced in GM corn actually gets absorbed into the human body. 

  • Food Integrity Now – Barbara Peterson – Farm Wars – E37
    The Food Integrity Now team talks with Barbara Peterson of Farm Wars.  Barbara created Farm Wars as an educational forum for those who wish to stay informed about the ever increasing bioengineering of our foods, the USDA’s current organic standards and other relevant issues which threaten t...
  • What You Need to Know About GMOs

     If you are not actively avoiding genetically-modified foods (GMOs), you are eating them every day. GMOs are in roughly 80 percent of packaged foods sold in the U.S. and Canada, according the Grocery Manufacturers Association. Studies indicate serious health risks are associated with GMO consumption, including infertility, accelerated aging, organ damage and birth defects. Want to know more? 

  • Food Integrity Now – Rick Thomas – GMO Alfalfa – E35

     Rick Thomas of Holistic Nutrition 4U joins us to talk about the recent deregulation of GMO Alfalfa and it’s potential impact on our food system. Rick holds a PhD in Holistic Nutrition and actively counsels and lectures across the country on nutrition and nutritional healing. He discusses the contamination we can expect from GMO Alfalfa, as well as the negative effects of GMOs on the immune system. Rick also highlights ways to become active in spreading GMO awareness in your community.

  • Food Integrity Now – F. William Engdahl – Full Spectrum Dominance – E33
    In a previous episode, F. William Engdahl gave us a new perspective as he described how food has historically been used as a weapon, one made more insidiously effective with the development of genetic manipulation. In this episode, that perspective zooms out to reveal it’s place among other...
  • Food Integrity Now – Megan Westgate – The Non-GMO Project – E31
    Food Integrity Now welcomes Megan Westgate of The Non-GMO Project on the show. The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit organization founded by leaders in the food industry for the purpose of establishing non-GMO certification program. It is mandatory in the EU that products containing genetically-mod...
  • Food Integrity Now – E27 – F. William Engdahl – Seeds of Destruction
    What is the real intent behind the genetic engineering movement? Is it to solve world hunger, pad corporate coffers? Or could it be more sinister than that? Economist F. William Engdahl, author of Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation, reveals startling evidence on the u...
  • Food Integrity Now – E20 – Jeffrey Smith on Why You Should Care About GMOs
    Why should you care about genetically modified (GMO) foods? How do GMOs negatively impact your health and the environment? How can you avoid GMO foods in your diet? Jeffrey Smith, the world’s leading consumer advocate for non-GMO foods and author of the bestselling books, Seeds of Deception...
  • Despite problems with superweeds, Obama and USDA firmly support GMOs

     Superweeds, a side-effect of growing Roundup-Ready genetically modified (GM) crops, are a growing problem. Roundup-Ready crops, engineered to tolerate weedkiller, are the most popular variety of GM crop today. However, many native weeds have evolved their own defense to weedkiller and now occupy 10 million acres of US farmland. Despite this issue being a direct result of growing GM crops, the Obama administration and USDA recently made it clear, they firmly stand beside biotechnology.

  • A blow to GMO: Federal judge bans genetically-engineered sugar beets

     In a blow to the biotech industry and a victory for food integrity advocates, a U.S. District Judge banned sugar beet farmers from planting genetically-engineered sugar beet seeds next year. Genetically-engineered sugar beets currently make up 95 percent of the crop in the U.S. The judge ruled that due to cross-contamination, the genetically-engineered crops were infringing on farmers’ fundamental right to choose the crop of their choice.

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