June 13th, 2011

More on GMOs

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GMO corn on the cob

A few weeks ago I wrote a post about Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and how they’ve made their way into the majority of our processed foods and much of our produce.  I shared with you my frustration with the United States and the FDA for not requiring foods that contain GMOs to be labeled as such. Through comments, emails, Twitter and Facebook many of you seemed to share that same frustration.

This week I’ve been invited as a guest blogger on DrGreene.com’s Perspective Blog to expand on this intricate issue.  Over the next 5 days I will be posting information relating to GMOs and the concerns associated with genetically modified foods.  Please come on over to DrGreene.com this week to take a peak and leave your comments.

And while you’re there don’t miss out on all the other information that DrGreen.com has to offer. Pediatrician Dr. Alan Greene and his team of health experts offer medical expertise, parental experience and a focus on healthy living to make raising healthy families easier. Dr. Greene provides insight into making lifestyle changes that will limit exposure to harmful environmental dangers in our everyday lives.

If you forget how to find me over there just click on the links in this post or the badge to the right of the post that reads: Invited Guest Blogger DrGreene.com.

Looking forward to hearing from you this week.

[Photo used under Creative Commons by Saravanakumar Muthusamy/Flickr]

5 Responses to “More on GMOs”

  1. I am amazed that people just don’t seem to care. I mean, really, people just don’t care where their food comes from and what it is actually doing to their bodies.

    Terribly sad. It all comes down to accountability though. We need to hold our govt and these corporations accountable.

  2. Hi David-I think it’s a combination of not knowing (ignorance) and not understanding the impact. Maybe if people did they would care about connecting with their food and understanding where it comes from? There doesn’t seem to be an understanding of the impact on our health either. You’re right-accountability is truly at issue. No one is taking responsibility for the sad state of our food system.

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