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Friday, May 21, 2010
According to a study by the Environmental Working Group, strawberries rank as one of the dirtiest fruits and vegetables, readily absorbing the noxious chemicals that are used to grow them conventionally and exposing the consumer — and far more so the field workers who grow them — to up to 54 known carcinogens, among other toxins. And things are about to get worse.
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
ShopNoGMO, the new application for the iphone and ipod lifestyle has features that include:
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Friday, May 14, 2010
Getting Contaminants Out of Children's Bath & Personal Care Products
by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics
March 12th, 2009
I feel like it's always: No, no, NO! Every time we turn around, there is another product we should fear using because it is going to kill us! ...Ok, not right away, and maybe indirectly, but it is cumulative and we should definitely be trying to limit our exposure to toxins when we can.
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
I had a hankering for some ice cream the other day, so I sent my husband out to pick some up. He called me from the store and said that they did not have the Ben & Jerry's flavor that I wanted, and wanted to know if he should pick up another brand. The brand he suggested (which I will not mention and spare myself the danger of getting sued) was one that I knew was good, but was not sure if they used rBST/rBGH (the same thing) hormones in their ice cream.
Thank you for requesting information on the use of milk from cows that have been treated with, or rBST, in our Ice Cream products.
Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin increases a cow's milk output by supplementing the animal's own natural rBST hormone. Extensive FDA study has shown that milk from treated cows has the same nutritional value and composition as milk from untreated cows. The decision to feed this supplement is made by the farmer and cannot be independently verified, since there is no method of differentiating between the hormone fed as a supplement and the hormone produced naturally by the cow.
Questions or concerns regarding the use of rBST can be addressed directly to the FDA. The agency responsible for the approval is the Center for Veterinary Medicine at:
Center for Veterinary Medicine
Communications Staff (CVM)
Food and Drug Administration
7519 Standish Place
Rockville, MD 20855
Thank you for taking the time to contact our company.
Sincerely, Jane Consumer Response Representative
Seriously? Do they think people are still that gullible, really? With all the evidence and research out there to make it pretty darn clear that this hormone is a danger to our health, do they still think they can get away with a response like that?
If it is so safe, why is it banned all over Europe and Canada? They are talking about a hormone that is injected into cows to make them produce and unnatural amount of milk. That is clearly unnatural, and used only in the interest of greed.
The facts are:
We need to cast our votes with our dollars and vow not to support the use of this hormone.
Here is a list of Producers who do not use this hormone:
& here is a great website that helps you shop GMO free:
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
One reason to stay away from drugs is that you never know what they are going to recall next!