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There weren't really any studies referenced or talked about in detail about genetically modified foods. I am getting my Dr. In chiropractic and I was looking forward to mention studies to support conclusions based on genetically modified foods.
This book though was really easy to read and I enjoyed the pace at which the author wrote. I learned a new term called permafrost, which basically means living in a sustainable way. I got this for free on Amazon, it was worth a few dollars more, but $5 would be too much.
However, the authors believe that it is worthwhile to try to make people aware of what they see as the dangers that genetically modified foods present. The company, Monsanto, claims that its method offers better jobs and lifestyles to medium sized and family farms.
The authors say that feedback from some farmers tells a different story. They commend Coca Cola of USA and Waitrose of the UK, two food manufacturing giants for taking alternate paths. For example, Waitrose highlights its method of food sourcing; in the interest of consumers. It tries to reassure them that their foods are safe. They also state that Monsanto has taken 112 farmers to court. Most have lost to the giant and had to pay large sums of money.
The authors believe that Monsanto is not giving customers all the facts and that not enough research, especially life-span research was done on genetically modified foods. They worry that their might be serious long term effects. This book is worth reading.
The Ex Farmer's Wife
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This book (I use the term loosely - the total contents wouldn't make up a respectable college paper) is a massive waste of your time unless you have no clue about this subject... Read morePublished 13 months ago by John Strohl
This book seems to have been written by an author that read up on biased articles and could care less about researching the topics. Read morePublished 17 months ago by JoF
This is a good reading book. Packed with useful information. With the drought out west and the prices of food going ever higher, having the ability to startout gardening the GOOD... Read morePublished 17 months ago by S. vetter
Informative. I enjoyed getting the information this book contained.Published 18 months ago by A. Moss
Interesting book, not sure if I agree with all views in this, but it was eye opening.Published 19 months ago by Ryan Mills
Thank you for this insightful book on GMO's. It's a topic that is much more of a concern for me after reading the book. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Edmond K Stince
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