Tag Archives: genetically modify

MSNBC poll: Nearly everyone supports mandatory GMO labeling .

4 Mar

A recent MSNBC Health poll that asked the question, “Do you believe genetically modified foods should be labeled?” concluded with overwhelming public support for transparency in food labeling. Nearly 90 percent of respondents, representing more than 9,000 votes, answered “Yes. It’s an ethical issue — consumers should be informed so they can make a choice.” Continue reading

The hidden tyranny: children diagnosed and drugged for profit.

4 Mar

Not everyone has fallen for the grand hoax: 20 million kids worldwide diagnosed with mental disorders, necessitating psychiatric drugs for years or life. Some individuals are speaking out. Yet so many parents, kids and schools have fallen prey to one of the most insidious yet most profitable misinformation campaigns of modern society. Continue reading

Quinoa Affords Many Benefits

1 Feb

Vegetarians and vegans often find it difficult getting enough protein in to their diets. They are usually stuck eating beans and soy products most of which do not actually contain all the necessary amino acids, or what is known as complete protein. Continue reading

Kebab Mahal Indian Resturant.

9 Jan

I recently visited this restaurant. I have very little to say about it as I was very very unimpressed. Continue reading

Four reasons why people become vegetarian

9 Jan

There are multiple reasons why people choose to become vegetarian (or even vegan). Some people do it for just one reason (for example, some people do it to protect their health), while others do it for varied reasons. Here are four reasons why people make this choice (and why other people might decide to make this lifestyle change now). Continue reading

Vegans & Vegaterians Know where to find your nutrients!

2 Dec

As a vegan for years, the question of where do you get your protein or your calcium or your whatever always comes up. So, where is it acquired? Read on. Continue reading

11 Year Old Food Activist.

2 Dec

It is great to finally see the youth getting involved because they are the next generation and this is where the change needs to take place!