poisoned food

 TheNxTGeneration (@TheNxtGeneration)6 years, 8 months ago

by now the whole mosanto poisoning our food with GMOs should be really relevant in this time and age. i really need some advice on how i can find decent gmo/Chemical free foods in america, specifically new york and alot of places ive been to have told me tthat theyre foods that they serve are gmo/ chem free but their main supplyer is ran by the government. aka SYSCO (one of the companies that jack that they provide natural ingredients but you know you can never be too sure. any advice on where i can find chem free foods and is SYSCO a legit company and not a coorporate company ran by corruptness ?? btw follow me on instagram i post cool pics ig: getting_litt_on_a_tuesday

October 21, 2014 at 8:38 pm
josephm (772) (@josephm) 6 years, 8 months ago ago

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Ray (4) (@brainofmorbius) 6 years, 8 months ago ago

Two of the big issues with GMOs that Bill doesn’t go into in detail here are the cross-pollination problem and the big lie of GMO supporters.

The cross-pollination issue involves growing GMO’s in the field, out in the world, that cross-pollinate with natural crops on farms nearby, which can, without control, render them as new GMO mutations…all without the consent of the natural or organic growers….

The major issue though is the Big Lie of GMOs – and that is, any scientist who supports GMOs will tell you there has never been a documented case of anyone getting sick from GMO food. Why is this a lie? Its a lie because there has never been widespread testing of the population. In fact, there can’t be, because the entire US population eats GMO food every day. There is no control group to test against. So there could be all sorts of disease trends, mutations, genetic abnormalities in the population from consuming GMO food but we will never know about it because there is no way to trace it back to the source. The GMO producers can always blame other factors in the environment for disease, everything from heredity to stress, pesticides, germs, you name it.

The United States population is one big experiment for GMO food. The only way to stop it would be to completely outlaw these foods, but the trend is in fact the opposite, with more and more basic food groups being sourced from GMOs.

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josephm (772) (@josephm) 6 years, 8 months ago ago

there is no escaping it, although we can guide.

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Ray (4) (@brainofmorbius) 6 years, 8 months ago ago

SYSCO is one of the big food shippers, its not a grower. Its also prominent in Wisconsin where I live.

Your best bet for non-GMO food is local organic food.

In the United States, basically anything processed and packaged and manufactured on a large scale food wise, is no longer optimally healthy. Its full of synthetic chemicals, derived from GMO crops etc. However, its also cheaper than local organic food, and its designed to last a long time before it spoils as well as taste good – scientifically designed to please the human taste buds.

So that’s the trade off. If you want to eat truly healthy, you have to grow your own food or buy it from local producers who you can trust.

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who (557) (@season) 6 years, 8 months ago ago

earthshiftproducts.com
essentiallivingfoods.com
surthrival.com
mountainroseherbs.com

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