Learn about GMO seeds and how GMOs are grown, through the eyes of Jake - a GMO seed! Discover the history of plant breeding, how and why GMOs are created, as well as the many ways crops from GM seeds can be used after harvest.
IARC finds 2,4-D herbicide the same cancer hazard as coffee and aloe vera. What does ‘possibly’ or ‘probably’ causes cancer mean? There are five different types of classifications to which compounds can be assigned, including: 1. Carcinogenic to humans 2a. Probably carcinogenic to humans 2b. Possibly carcinogenic to humans 3. Not classifiable as to carcinogenicity in humans 4. Probably not carcinogenic to humans
At #SXSW, we had hundreds of conversations with conference attendees about GMOs and the foods we eat. Listen in to some of those convos here: https://gmoanswers.com/watch-gmo-answers-sxsw Have questions of your own? Ask us as GMOAnswers.com/ask!
During October, GMO Answers encourages you to Get to Know GMOs—ask your toughest questions and join the conversation online. Each week we’ll post new information to help you get to know GMOs and better understand the role of biotechnology in agriculture.
DYK there 400+ different herbicide-resistant weeds, and most have nothing to do with GE crops or related herbicides? Or that there have, in fact, been a significant amount of long-term studies on GMOs? Or that no GM crop commercially available today includes "animal DNA". Find info to addressing claims about GMOs in Food Babe’s new book:
Earlier this year, Vani Hari, also known as Food Babe, published her book, The Food Babe Way: Break Free from the Hidden Toxins in Your Food and Lose Weight, Look Years Younger, and Get Healthy in Just 21 Days. In this post, we’ll explore several of the inaccurate claims made in the book related to GMOs and provide expert perspectives on these topics.
Got questions about glyphosate? This chart by Cami Ryan illustrates the toxicity of glyphosate as compared to common items like caffeine, vitamin D, and acetaminophen. Learn more about glyphosate and what the IARC's classification means for you here: https://gmoanswers.com/studies/iarc-classification-glyphosate