February 2010


By Barbara H. Peterson

Amid all the talk about preparations for the coming economic collapse, one subject is glaringly absent from the discussions. Exercise. Think about it. You can have all of the food in the world, gold, a survival retreat that is off the grid, guns, ammo, livestock, and a beautiful garden, but if you are not in shape to take care of it all, you might just as well have nothing at all. (more…)

India is leading the way in exposing Monsanto for what it is – corrupt to the core. The following two articles show how Monsanto regularly faked data to get its transgenic crop varieties approved in India.

Thanks to Amicus for the heads up!

READ MORE…

Stop Monsanto’s GMO Contamination

By Adam Klaus

Source: Credo

Thanks to Greg for this tip!

During the Bush administration, Monsanto illegally won USDA approval for its genetically engineered (GE) alfalfa by convincing regulators to bypass a mandatory environmental review. In response to a lawsuit by consumer groups, the courts then stepped in and banned GE alfalfa until the USDA followed the law.

In December, the USDA released its belated review of Monsanto’s GE alfalfa seed and determined that Monsanto’s alfalfa met the Obama Administration’s standards, despite the risk of organic contamination. (more…)

Aggie is a product of genetic engineering. She is used to insert foreign genes into normal plant cells, which grow into genetically modified organisms (GMOs) for companies such as Monsanto.

This process endangers our food supply and health when these GMOs are allowed to grow in the open field.

This site is dedicated to providing educational material regarding these risks in a simple, easy to understand format. You don’t have to be a molecular biologist to understand the process.

VIEW THE AGGIE TRAILER HERE:

The Adventures of Aggie the Traveling Agrobacterium Trailer

WEBSITE:

GMO Aggie

A must-see short film about the connection between traditional agriculture methods and disease.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Jackie's Guinea Pig Graphics

February 04, 2010
RDA for Vitamin C is 10% of USDA Standard for Guinea Pigs

Are You Healthier than a Lab Animal?

Comment by Andrew W. Saul
Editor-In-Chief, Orthomolecular Medicine News Service

(OMNS, Feb 4, 2010) The US RDA for vitamin C for humans is only 10% of the government’s vitamin C standards for Guinea pigs.

Wait a minute; that cannot possibly be true.

Can it? (more…)

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