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What's the difference between GMO foods and hybrid foods?

What's the difference between GMO foods and hybrid foods? It’s easy to get the two confused, but an educated eater should know the difference.

Our grandparents used to make their own butter, cook with lard, fry their foods, drink full cream milk and they still looked so healthy while living so heartily. How did they do it? For starters they ate less, but their food was also healthier. Today we cut carbs, remove fat, cook less, eat more, consume genetically modified, artificially sweetened, processed foods and spend most of our time sitting. See the difference?

What Can We Learn From How Grandma and Grandpa Used To Eat?

Our grandparents used to make their own butter, cook with lard, fry their foods, drink full cream milk and they still looked so healthy while living so heartily.

6. Canola: One of the most chemically altered foods in the U.S. diet, canola oil is obtained from rapeseed through a series of chemical actions.

Canola: One of the most chemically altered foods in the U. diet, canola oil is obtained from rapeseed through a series of chemical actions.

Is chicken safe enough to eat nowadays? With so many recalls and outbreaks of disease, why isn't the FDA or USDA taking action?

Should You Eat Chicken?

Should You Eat Chicken? By MARK BITTMAN: October 2013 I tell this friend about the latest salmonella outbreak, and she asks me, “Should I stop eating chicken?

“FOOD” Documentary - A Revealing Look at the Sourcing of Our Modern Food Supply

"Food" documentary investigates how demand for more and cheaper food has dramatically changed the entire food chain.

Organic Heirloom Seeds - Tropical Traditions

Plant Reproductive Material Law One of the scariest pieces of legislation that I have ever seen. Gardeners start saving your seeds now! Pray that the people of the EU can stop it!

Bad Condiments: 15 Unhealthy Condiments Include Ketchup, BBQ Sauce And Mayonnaise

Next time you decide to add that extra flavor to your meal, you might want to check out what ingredients are lurking in popular condiments. Discover the top 5 toxic condiments and what's really in them to make them oh so tasty.

Food Babe Investigates: Is Your Protein Shake Safe? ... here's a list of things to avoid.

Food Babe Investigates: Is Your Protein Shake Safe? - 100 Days of Real

“Need to Know” Facts About GMOs and the “Monsanto Protection Act”  Fri, 05 Apr 2013 10:29:00 PDT  RSS

“Need to Know” Facts About GMOs and the “Monsanto Protection Act”

If you are trying to avoid GMO foods, you here is a list for you of some GMO-free foods: Arrowhead Mills: GMO-free providers of baking mixes and flours found in both natural health food stores and …

If you are trying to avoid GMO foods, you here is a list for you of some GMO-free foods: Arrowhead Mills: GMO-free providers of baking mixes and flours found in both natural health food stores and …

The factors impacting A1 and A2 milk and do cow genetics really even matter to milk quality?

A1 and A2 Milk: Do Cow Genetics Even Matter

The EPA Takes an Ax to Self-Sufficiency: Most Woodburning Stoves Will Soon Be Illegal |

The EPA Takes an Ax to Self-Sufficiency: Most Woodburning Stoves Will Soon Be Illegal

A must read if you buy flavored creamers! True Brew: 25 Yummy (and Non-Toxic) Coffee Recipes

Cellulose (a.k.a. Wood Pulp) 101 Cellulose can be called by these different names on the ingredients label: Carboxymethyl cellulose, Microcrystalline Cellulose, or MCC, and Cellulose Gum. Cellulose is much cheaper to obtain from wood, than real food ingredients and is manipulated in a laboratory to form different structures (liquid, powder, etc) depending upon the food product it is used in.The most economical choice for cellulose comes from wood by-products.

Are You Eating This Substance That Lines Food Industry Pockets? Food with the ingredient cellulose is really wood pulp used as an anti-caking substance. Some cellulose can come from vegetables, but will be listed as so.