EcoSense for Living: Food Fight

Thank you, Ella!

Think you know what GMO’s are and where they’re found? This video will probably give you additional information, and it’s a great way to educate friends, family members and neighbors. Unfortunately, we need to get these things banned, before they pollute our entire food chain, as well as our water, air and land.

From YouTube:

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SUBSCRIBE to our channel for updates on our latest videos! The quality and accessibility of food has been a hot button issue throughout the ages. Lack of secure food has been the source of revolutions and toppled governments. In “Food Fight,” we look at the tug of war over America’s diet. From questions plaguing genetically-modified ingredients to wheat-free/gluten-free concerns to the rapid decline of bees, we explore pressures on the safety and security of our food supply. Rich Food, Poor Food authors, Jayson and Mira Calton, guide us through a grocery store and reveal how to make smart choices and avoid unwanted ingredients.

A very important YouTube comment:

I want to thank the Ecosense team for bringing to light the number of corn additives like citric acid, vinegar and maltodextrin that are in our food.  It would be great if they would also mention that GMO corn derivatives are also used to fortify milk – including organic milk.  All vitamin D fortified milk contains corn oil as a carrier with propylene glycol, a corn derivative.  Additionally, organic meat can be cleaned with citric acid and packaged with soaker pads saturated with citric acid.  The arm of the USDA that issues organic certification allows this (according to a large organic chicken manfacturer).

3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by CindyW on January 20, 2015 at 3:45 pm

    another problem about the bees that most people don’t know about is that many beekeepers in the US work their bees all year round – they drive them on trucks around the country to be used in other areas, because it’s more profitable to do so. So the unfortunate bees are no longer on a natural schedule in their own home territory – they’re being exploited – because of the appetites of the beekeeping industry.

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  2. Wow, I had not heard that!

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