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Although foods derived from GE crops have gone from non-existent in 1994 to ubiquitous in nearly 3 decades, not a single study has compared humans who eat them to those who don’t. It is clearly in the public interest to enable science-based decisions about foods and food-like ingredients derived from GE crops and animals in our diets. Research on the untoward effects of GE crops on human and animal health, as well as their effects on the environment, should be undertaken.
The nutritional and environmental benefits of consuming grass-fed meat, including improved human and soil health, are discussed by RHI guest writer, Melissa Diane Smith. An explanation on how to interpret ‘Grass-Fed’ labels is a must-read for our eaters/readers.
Eating a whole-food organic diet, free from processed foods, is imperative in creating a healthy internal milieu for your child and family members. These habits create life-long excellence in decision making regarding food preparation and choices, especially when the birds leave the nest.
Dr. Robert Malone, physician scientist, and inventor of the mRNA technology presently being promoted, once a self-proclaimed skeptic of organic food consumption, does an 180 degree about-face and shares a thorough and thoughtful analysis on why glyphosate-based herbicides are harmful to our health
The Northeast Grass-Fed Beef Initiative partners with farmers to support transitions to regenerative, cattle-based systems that help restore ecosystem health and revitalize rural economies.
Regenerative grazing and pasture management practices can revitalize Northeast landscapes and communities.
Our evidence-based approach combines multi-paddock rotational grazing methods with whole farm strategic planning, empowering farmers to build opportunity and stability.
RHI advisors, Andre Leu, Stephanie Seneff and Michelle Perro are featured in the August 2022 Masters of Health on-line magazine, discussing the regenerative agriculture/health revolution.
Regenerative agriculture and animal husbandry is the next and higher stage of organic food and farming, not only free from toxic pesticides, GMOs, chemical fertilizers, and factory farm production, and therefore good for human health, but also reiterative in terms of the health of the soil.
Originally published on GMOScience
•A convergence of factors is fueling increasing demand for regenerative change in our food system.
•There is recognition and acceptance that we have a problem with poor soil health.
•Improving soil health is a unifying and galvanizing topic that gets people engaged and willing to act.
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