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#1474975 --- 09/01/15 09:12 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Colombia to End Coca Farm Glyphosate Sprayings

By Bram Ebus / August 31, 2015

Despite the arguments and data showing that the aerial fumigation at the center of the anti-narcotic strategy was destroying legal crops and causing adverse health effects to innocent people, the program grew. President George W. Bush expanded the plan, and since then even more money flowed in; the total is now close to $9 billion.

http://www.newsweek.com/colombia-end-coca-farm-glyphosate-sprayings-367139
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#1474976 --- 09/01/15 09:15 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Farmers are drenching crops with glyphosate for faster harvesting

Friday, August 28, 2015 by: Joel Edwards

Conventional produce has been through a storm of chemical treatments. The use of chemicals is so insidious, it often begins with treating the dirt and the seeds before planting. Then chemical fertilizers are used in addition to insecticides, herbicides, and fungicides during cultivation. Some fruits have been tested to find 13-15 different pesticides remain after harvesting. Now a new practice is being employed – pre-harvest desiccation. Crops are drenched with an herbicide prior to harvest to hasten and even out ripening and to control weeds for the next crop.

http://www.naturalnews.com/050968_glyphosate_conventional_agriculture_toxic_food.html
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#1474977 --- 09/01/15 09:19 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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#1474978 --- 09/01/15 09:31 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Growing Doubt: a Scientist’s Experience of GMOs

August 31, 2015 - Jonathan R. Latham, PhD

By training, I am a plant biologist. In the early 1990s I was busy making genetically modified plants (often called GMOs for Genetically Modified Organisms) as part of the research that led to my PhD. Into these plants we were putting DNA from various foreign organisms, such as viruses and bacteria.

I was not, at the outset, concerned about the possible effects of GM plants on human health or the environment. One reason for this lack of concern was that I was still a very young scientist, feeling my way in the complex world of biology and of scientific research. Another reason was that we hardly imagined that GMOs like ours would be grown or eaten. So far as I was concerned, all GMOs were for research purposes only.

Gradually, however, it became clear that certain companies thought differently. Some of my older colleagues shared their skepticism with me that commercial interests were running far ahead of scientific knowledge. I listened carefully and I didn’t disagree. Today, over twenty years later, GMO crops, especially soybeans, corn, papaya, canola and cotton, are commercially grown in numerous parts of the world.

Depending on which country you live in, GMOs may be unlabeled and therefore unknowingly abundant in your diet. Processed foods (e.g. chips, breakfast cereals, sodas) are likely to contain ingredients from GMO crops, because they are often made from corn or soy. Most agricultural crops, however, are still non-GMO, including rice, wheat, barley, oats, tomatoes, grapes and beans.

For meat eaters the nature of GMO consumption is different. There are no GMO animals used in farming (although GM salmon has been pending FDA approval since 1993); however, animal feed, especially in factory farms or for fish farming, is likely to be GMO corn and GMO soybeans. In which case the labeling issue, and potential for impacts on your health, are complicated.

I now believe, as a much more experienced scientist, that GMO crops still run far ahead of our understanding of their risks. In broad outline, the reasons for this belief are quite simple. I have become much more appreciative of the complexity of biological organisms and their capacity for benefits and harms. As a scientist I have become much more humble about the capacity of science to do more than scratch the surface in its understanding of the deep complexity and diversity of the natural world. To paraphrase a cliché, I more and more appreciate that as scientists we understand less and less.

The Flawed Processes of GMO Risk Assessment

Some of my concerns with GMOs are “just” practical ones. I have read numerous GMO risk assessment applications. These are the documents that governments rely on to ‘prove’ their safety. Though these documents are quite long and quite complex, their length is misleading in that they primarily ask (and answer) trivial questions. Furthermore, the experiments described within them are often very inadequate and sloppily executed. Scientific controls are often missing, procedures and reagents are badly described, and the results are often ambiguous or uninterpretable. I do not believe that this ambiguity and apparent incompetence is accidental. It is common, for example, for multinational corporations, whose labs have the latest equipment, to use outdated methodologies. When the results show what the applicants want, nothing is said. But when the results are inconvenient, and raise red flags, they blame the limitations of the antiquated method. This bulletproof logic, in which applicants claim safety no matter what the data shows, or how badly the experiment was performed, is routine in formal GMO risk assessment.

To any honest observer, reading these applications is bound to raise profound and disturbing questions: about the trustworthiness of the applicants and equally of the regulators. They are impossible to reconcile with a functional regulatory system capable of protecting the public.

The Dangers of GMOs

Aside from grave doubts about the quality and integrity of risk assessments, I also have specific science-based concerns over GMOs. I emphasise the ones below because they are important but are not on the lists that GMO critics often make.

Many GMO plants are engineered to contain their own insecticides. These GMOs, which include maize, cotton and soybeans, are called Bt plants. Bt plants get their name because they incorporate a transgene that makes a protein-based toxin (usually called the Cry toxin) from the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis. Many Bt crops are “stacked,” meaning they contain a multiplicity of these Cry toxins. Their makers believe each of these Bt toxins is insect-specific and safe. However, there are multiple reasons to doubt both safety and specificity. One concern is that Bacillus thuringiensis is all but indistinguishable from the well known anthrax bacterium (Bacillus anthracis). Another reason is that Bt insecticides share structural similarities with ricin. Ricin is a famously dangerous plant toxin, a tiny amount of which was used to assassinate the Bulgarian writer and defector Georgi Markov in 1978. A third reason for concern is that the mode of action of Bt proteins is not understood (Vachon et al 2012); yet, it is axiomatic in science that effective risk assessment requires a clear understanding of the mechanism of action of any GMO transgene. This is so that appropriate experiments can be devised to affirm or refute safety. These red flags are doubly troubling because some Cry proteins are known to be toxic towards isolated human cells (Mizuki et al., 1999). Yet we put them in our food crops.

A second concern follows from GMOs being often resistant to herbicides. This resistance is an invitation to farmers to spray large quantities of herbicides, and many do. As research recently showed, commercial soybeans routinely contain quantities of the herbicide Roundup (glyphosate) that its maker, Monsanto, once described as “extreme” (Bøhn et al 2014).

Glyphosate has been in the news recently because the World Health Organisation no longer considers it a relatively harmless chemical, but there are other herbicides applied to GMOs which are easily of equal concern. The herbicide Glufosinate (phosphinothricin, made by Bayer) kills plants because it inhibits the important plant enzyme glutamine synthetase. This enzyme is ubiquitous, however, it is found also in fungi, bacteria and animals. Consequently, Glufosinate is toxic to most organisms. Glufosinate is also a neurotoxin of mammals that doesn’t easily break down in the environment (Lantz et al. 2014). Glufosinate is thus a “herbicide” in name only.

Thus, even in conventional agriculture, the use of glufosinate is hazardous; but With GMO plants the situation is worse yet. With GMOs, glufosinate is sprayed on to the crop but its degradation in the plant is blocked by the transgene, which chemically modifies it slightly. This is why the GMO plant is resistant to it; but the other consequence is that when you eat Bayers’ Glufosinate-resistant GMO maize or canola, even weeks or months later, glufosinate, though slightly modified, is probably still there (Droge et al., 1992). Nevertheless, though the health hazard of glufosinate is much greater with GMOs, the implications of this science have been ignored in GMO risk assessments of Glufosinate-tolerant GMO crops.

A yet further reason to be concerned about GMOs is that most of them contain a viral sequence called the cauliflower mosaic virus (CaMV) promoter (or they contain the similar figwort mosaic virus (FMV) promoter). Two years ago, the GMO safety agency of the European Union (EFSA) discovered that both the CaMV promoter and the FMV promoter had wrongly been assumed by them (for almost 20 years) not to encode any proteins. In fact, the two promoters encode a large part of a small multifunctional viral protein that misdirects all normal gene expression and that also turns off a key plant defence against pathogens. EFSA tried to bury their discovery. Unfortunately for them, we spotted their findings in an obscure scientific journal. This revelation forced EFSA and other regulators to explain why they had overlooked the probability that consumers were eating an untested viral protein.

This list of significant scientific concerns about GMOs is by no means exhaustive. For example, there are novel GMOs coming on the market, such as those using double stranded RNAs (dsRNAs), that have the potential for even greater risks (Latham and Wilson 2015).

The True Purpose of GMOs

Science is not the only grounds on which GMOs should be judged. The commercial purpose of GMOs is not to feed the world or improve farming. Rather, they exist to gain intellectual property (i.e. patent rights) over seeds and plant breeding and to drive agriculture in directions that benefit agribusiness. This drive is occurring at the expense of farmers, consumers and the natural world. US Farmers, for example, have seen seed costs nearly quadruple and seed choices greatly narrow since the introduction of GMOs. The fight over GMOs is not of narrow importance. It affects us all.

Nevertheless, specific scientific concerns are crucial to the debate. I left science in large part because it seemed impossible to do research while also providing the unvarnished public scepticism that I believed the public, as ultimate funder and risk-taker of that science, was entitled to.

Criticism of science and technology remains very difficult. Even though many academics benefit from tenure and a large salary, the sceptical process in much of science is largely lacking. This is why risk assessment of GMOs has been short-circuited and public concerns about them are growing. Until the damaged scientific ethos is rectified, both scientists and the public are correct to doubt that GMOs should ever have been let out of any lab.

(An earlier version of this article appeared at http://nutritionstudies.org/)

References

Bøhn, T, Cuhra, M, Traavik, T, Sanden, M, Fagan, J and Primicerio, R (2014) Compositional differences in soybeans on the market: Glyphosate accumulates in Roundup Ready GM soybeans. Food Chemistry 153: 207-215.
Droge W, Broer I, and Puhler A. (1992) Transgenic plants containing the phosphinothricin-N-acetyltransferase gene metabolize the herbicide L-phosphinothricin (glufosinate) differently from untransformed plants. Planta 187: 142-151.
Lantz S et al., (2014) Glufosinate binds N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors and increases neuronal network activity in vitro. Neurotoxicology 45: 38-47.
Latham JR and Wilson AK (2015) Off -­ target Effects of Plant Transgenic RNAi: Three Mechanisms Lead to Distinct Toxicological and Environmental Hazards.
Mizuki, E, Et Al., (1999) Unique activity associated with non-insecticidal Bacillus thuringiensis parasporal inclusions: in vitro cell- killing action on human cancer cells. J. Appl. Microbiol. 86: 477–486.
Vachon V, Laprade R, Schwartz JL (2012) Current models of the mode of action of Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal crystal proteins: a critical review. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 111: 1–12.
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#1474979 --- 09/01/15 09:34 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Transcriptome profile analysis reflects rat liver and kidney damage following chronic ultra-low dose Roundup exposure

Robin Mesnage1, Matthew Arno2, Manuela Costanzo3, Manuela Malatesta3, Gilles-Eric Séralini4 and Michael N. Antoniou1*

The electronic version of this article is the complete one and can be found online at: http://www.ehjournal.net/content/14/1/70

Received: 21 April 2015
Accepted: 11 August 2015
Published: 25 August 2015

Conclusion

Our results suggest that chronic exposure to a GBH in an established laboratory animal toxicity model system at an ultra-low, environmental dose can result in liver and kidney damage with potential significant health implications for animal and human populations.

http://www.ehjournal.net/content/14/1/70
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#1474980 --- 09/01/15 09:38 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Latvia and Greece Start Green Wave of GM Crop Bans across Europe

Aug 27 2015

Latvia and Greece are the first countries in the EU to have had their geographical opt-out’s from growing GM crops accepted by Monsanto. Many other EU countries, including Germany and France, are expected to request geographical opt-outs from growing Monsanto’s MON810 GM Maize over the next month.

http://sustainablepulse.com/2015/08/27/l...pe#.VeVi08uFP3j
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#1474981 --- 09/01/15 09:39 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Lobbyists for Monsanto, Exxon Mobil Raise Money for Hillary Clinton

Jul 17, 2015

http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articl...hillary-clinton
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#1474982 --- 09/01/15 09:43 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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What Is Killing America's Bees and What Does It Mean for Us?

Pollinators are vanishing, and a silent spring could become a horrifying reality. So why won't the EPA do more?

By Alex Morris August 18, 2015

Doan waited expectantly for the EPA to step in and address the situation: "When I first started learning about this, I'm like, 'Well, the EPA's there to protect us. We don't have to worry about this, because the EPA's here to help.'"But as the years passed and the use of neonics spread, it started to seem that maybe the EPA wasn't there to help beekeepers after all. To Doan, the mystery of colony collapse disorder deepened. He no longer wondered what was killing his bees; he wondered why steps weren't being taken to save them.

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/new...8#ixzz3kTTCUyR7
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#1474983 --- 09/01/15 09:48 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Monsanto connections motivate Iowans to drop support for Hillary Clinton

Published on May 21, 2015

Some Democrats in Iowa are reportedly withdrawing their support for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over her support for GMO crops and agri-giant Monsanto. Clinton’s non-profit foundation works closely with the corporation on a variety of issues, and the candidate herself has voiced support for its work, making many farmers uneasy. RT’s Anya Parampil takes a look.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXzMz-ti6g4
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#1474984 --- 09/01/15 09:53 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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U.S. regulator sued for withholding information on GMO crops

Carey Gillam - Aug 25, 2015

The lawsuit also accuses the agency of failing to respond as required to inquiries about the handling of experimental genetically engineered wheat that was found growing uncontrolled in an Oregon field in 2013. That incident led to lost U.S. wheat export sales as foreign markets feared contaminated supplies.

The lawsuit says APHIS has also failed to respond to requests or withheld records it sought about the handling of other experimental crops that the group believes have escaped review and regulation.

The requests have covered GMO wheat, rice, alfalfa, sugar beets, bent grass, corn and other GMOs. Delays in providing information have run years for some requests, and violated federal law covering the release of public information, according to the lawsuit.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/08/25/us-usa-agriculture-gmo-regulations-idUSKCN0QU2M920150825
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#1474990 --- 09/01/15 05:44 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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My driving force is my family. It doesn't make any difference to me what you or anyone else thinks about me. I know that my family and my farmers are proud that I am trying.

I'm a member of Moms Across America, a group of moms teaching the public about how our food was changed. We MAA moms take a lot of hits from people like you, people in farming, biotech and related industries. These hits will never stop us. You poisoned us and our kids. You should know better than to mess with a mama and her cubs.

I have almost 30,000 views in one thread. Almost 6,000 of those views while I was on a forced leave of absence.

Just like the women before me that fought for my right to vote, I will fight for my and my family's right to have food, water and an environment that isn't poisoned.

Call me a crazy, quack, lunatic. Bring it on. Sticks and stones won't stop me from trying to stop you from poisoning my family and btw, fyi, I am winning. Posts forthcoming.


30,000 views with 850 replies that you have posted 840 of them yourself and looking at your own post will jack up your thread count........ oh no's..... LoL I have a several threads with Hundreds' of Thousands of views and a thousand responses by unique different posters that used the forums to discuss a topic(all be it some didn't agree, but still) I didn't use this as a way to distort reality. There are 3 sides to every story and you choose to only look at what is infront of your eyes.

You see that's just it you personally have no idea of what you are talking about, you are just as clueless as the faulty science you fill these forums up with. Day in and day out just because you read it on the internet it must be true and you are going to try and continue to soil proper science in an effort to sham the people that read your copy and paste. You personally are using Fingerlakes 1 as your personal rant page on mostly delusional items to somehow make yourself feel better. You had a forced leave of absence due to your own senseless nonsense it had nothing to do with FL1 and after returning from ban land you as you did before are once again you have stated you are going to do the same thing. You said that I and others like me are trying to poison your family...... What the heck is wrong with you?

I fully understand you will not reply with anything other than your normal copy and paste so I give to you the following statement that will probably no last to long but, as the youngens say, YOLO.... Swag.

Mama bear and her cubs please, does papa bear know who was sleeping in your bed last night.... OHHHHHHH Burn (sorry mods and admin but I had to)

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#1474995 --- 09/01/15 08:04 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Oh, and you don't rant...6188 posts? At least I'm posting information worth reading so that consumers can decide what they want to do. It's called an informed public and for whatever reason, and I don't care to know, you don't seem to think the public needs to know. Good for you, that is your opinion, you are entitled to it.

I don't have time for your name calling, boring, do no good, time wasting posts. It's times like these the "ignore" feature comes in handy.

Back to business...

Fyi...Senator Gillibrand will be voting against your right to know if there are gmo ingredients in your food.

Please call her office this week to ask her to vote against ANY legislation that blocks GMO labeling at the federal and state level. Congress will be reconvening in Washington, DC, later this month and the Senate will likely take up this issue soon.

Ask to speak to the legislative staffer working on the GMO labeling issue. Identify yourself as a constituent, give your address, and say something to the effect of, "Please tell Senator Gillibrand that I'm a voting New Yorker who wants to know if my food has been genetically modified. Please ask her to vote against a companion bill to HR 1599 that might be introduced to the Senate, or any piece of legislation that blocks the right of states and the FDA to label GMO foods. Thank you."

The staffer's job is to listen to you and relay that information to the Senator at their weekly staff meetings.

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
NYC office: (212) 688-6262
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#1474996 --- 09/01/15 08:14 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Monsanto’s coming up with an alternative to GMOs

Suzanne Jacobs - 13 Aug 2015

No one has ever tried spraying RNA on thousands of acres of crops before, so it does raise some legitimate concerns.

http://grist.org/news/monsantos-coming-up-with-an-alternative-to-gmos/


Looking for food that hasn't been sprayed with chemicals or had it's seed altered and animals fed an organic non gmo diet?

https://www.facebook.com/blackbrookorganic?fref=ts

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Autumns-Harvest-Farm/362498799331?fref=ts

https://www.facebook.com/fellenzfamilyfarm?fref=ts
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#1474997 --- 09/01/15 09:11 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Oh, and you don't rant...6188 posts? At least I'm posting information worth reading so that consumers can decide what they want to do. It's called an informed public and for whatever reason, and I don't care to know, you don't seem to think the public needs to know. Good for you, that is your opinion, you are entitled to it.


Well, Thank you? Ignoring me only works if you are not logged in.

Propaganda isn't informing the public, show me good hard science on it not scare tactics. I am offering you a way to sway my opinion.

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#1475003 --- 09/02/15 12:28 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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The opposition says that the price of labeling will increase costs to US consumers. Interesting that they have spent 54 million this year alone to fight the cost of labeling.

The work on this report was supported financially by the Council for Biotechnology Information.

http://dyson.cornell.edu/people/profiles/docs/LabelingNY.pdf


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#1475004 --- 09/02/15 01:35 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Call me a crazy, quack, lunatic. Bring it on. Sticks and stones won't stop me from trying to stop you from poisoning my family and btw, fyi, I am winning.


A few posts later......

Originally Posted By: MissingArty
I don't have time for your name calling, boring, do no good, time wasting posts. It's times like these the "ignore" feature comes in handy.


You are now my new special forum friend, buckle up for this ride.





Edited by DR. D (09/02/15 01:44 AM)
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#1475006 --- 09/02/15 02:42 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Interview with Jonathan R. Latham, PhD - Scientist’s Experience of GMOs

Scheduled for Sep 4, 2015

Jonathan R. Latham, PhD is Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Bioscience Resource Project, which is the publisher of Independent Science News (independentsciencenews.org). He has published scientific papers in disciplines as diverse as plant ecology, virology, genetics, and RNA biology.

Article (Aug. 31, 2015)
Growing Doubt: a Scientist’s Experience of GMOs
http://www.independentsciencenews.org...

Facebook Post:
https://www.facebook.com/GmoFreeNews/...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fr2Pq2sv7GM
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#1475007 --- 09/02/15 02:47 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Chipotle has always sold gmo soda, pepsi, mountain doo, etc. I eat there about every six weeks and their food is great. Watching...

California Woman Sues Chipotle Over GMO-Free Menu Claims

By Reuters 8/31/15 at 9:09 PM

http://www.newsweek.com/colleen-gallagher-chipotle-gmo-lawsuit-367462
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Glyphosate Percentages Are Not On Product Labels. Ipiit Connects Consumers With Content

In this clip, from our 58+ minute live stream interview session with Ipiit, The Food Ambassador co-founder Roslie Toth, we learn what "Ipiit" means.

Watch Full Interview:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8bexmoF5EA

Panel:
Kathleen Hallah, GMO Free News Host
Tabby Stokes Zdunich, Mother - GMO Activist
Joel Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine
Roslie Toth, Co-Founder Ipiit, The Food Ambassador

Download Ipiit
http://www.ipiit.com

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#1475009 --- 09/02/15 03:05 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Chpt 35 GMOs

Dr. Bill Courter

"All of us now have gmo's in our blood stream...and that has negative health disadvantages for many of us."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6hPd-UYlco#t=56
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