Tuned-in Tuesday!

I thought it would be fun to create a weekly compilation to share with my readers that gave me motivation, made me chuckle or just made me think.

It’s always important to be mindful and take a few minutes to really tune-in to certain messages. It’s imperative to think for yourself. Be curious. Be questionable. Learn something. Be inspired. Share knowledge.

How GMO foods alter organ function and pose a very real health threat to human

Did you hear!??!

  • Organic Consumer’s Association:
    The FDA has cleared the way for approval of the first genetically engineered animal for human consumption – a GMO salmon gene-spliced with an eel – despite mounting concerns that it’s likely hazardous for humans and poses a threat to the wild salmon population.

    The FDA’s own testing revealed that “Frankenfish” causes increased allergy risk in humans. “Frankenfish” grows twice as large, twice as fast as the average wild salmon. If it escapes into the wild, it could threaten the entire wild salmon population.

    Click here to tell the FDA “NO on Frankenfish!” Click here to learn more about frankenfish.

  • India has now required all GM foods to be labeled. Way to go India! Man, the U.S. is really far behind, don’t you think? Check out the article here: http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/todays-paper/tp-oncampus/from-today-packaged-food-will-have-gm-label/article4260002.ece
  • Ever wanted loads of information for practically FREE on different types of things including Paleo Desserts, Primal Smoothies, Grain-free Desserts, Freezer Cooking, Nourished Baby and many other more? Head over to Nourished Kitchen, The Mommypotamus, or Food Renegade for a MASSIVE bundle of real food, health and wellness ebooks for only $39! The original price for all these books? $479!! That’s a 92% savings. Deal ends January 14.
  • Fructose or it’s close relative high fructose corn syrup (aka GM high fructose corn syrup) is showing that it may be linked to obesity (no… really?! Considering it’s in almost ALL processed junk food). The latest study shows when fructose is consumed the feeling of fullness does not get transferred to the brain. When you aren’t full, you eat more. Read about it here: http://www.nationofchange.org/fructose-brain-may-link-obesity-1357403687

Until next time,
Loriel – Healthy Roots, Happy Soul

This post is part of: Fat Tuesday, Teach Me Tuesdays, Tutorial Tuesday, The Gathering Spot

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