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Message  gerardM Mar 17 Juin - 16:07

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Message  gerardM Mar 2 Sep - 19:26

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God! Just that!

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Message  gerardM Mer 15 Oct - 22:48

Hi everyone,

A recent publication:
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Please notice the use of "puchase" which, in my opinion, as often used (if not more) as "buy" in the US.

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Message  gerardM Mer 15 Oct - 23:02

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Message  gerardM Sam 25 Oct - 11:59

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Stop eating, a perfect solution to fight overweight Laughing

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Message  MurielB Dim 26 Oct - 21:26

Stop eating, a perfect solution to fight overweight Laughing
Gérard i have another solution l turn you head to the right and then to the left when you are served a dish for the second time Very Happy

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Message  gerardM Ven 7 Nov - 13:58

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Message  gerardM Ven 7 Nov - 14:40

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Message  gerardM Ven 7 Nov - 14:45

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Message  MurielB Ven 7 Nov - 14:49

Gérard I cross my fingers for the success !

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Message  gerardM Ven 7 Nov - 19:47

Tx Muriel. I'll tell my friend Susan you're a green Laughing

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Today, in light of the GMO labeling ballot initiatives that took place across the U.S., we reflect on the overall growth of an incredible people-driven, knowledge-building movement.

If you had spoken to typical grocery shoppers in 2010, it is unlikely many of them would have heard of the term GMO (genetically modified organism). Fast forward four short years. There are now mandatory GMO labeling initiatives in more than half the states across the U.S.—all driven by citizen awareness, action and demand for answers.

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Message  gerardM Ven 20 Fév - 17:44

Posted by Suzan



GMO Free USA
"NATURAL" MEANS NOTHING. "ALL NATURAL" means even less. A recent national survey by the Consumer Reports National Research Center showed most Americans are fooled by this misleading marketing word, which the FDA only loosely defines. Americans think the word “natural” is regulated and means no GMOs, synthetic pesticides, artificial ingredients or artificial colors, and no antibiotics or artificial growth hormones for meat. The reality is, it means none of this at all. Only the legally defined and regulated certified “ORGANIC” label gives consumers those assurances. Additionally, only the Non-GMO Project Verified label assures rigorous compliance of non-GMO standards. But naturally, the food industry, whose only concern is their bottom line, rampantly uses the “natural” term to deceive consumers. “Natural”. “All Natural”. “100% Natural”. All meaningless and 100% Naturally Deceptive.
READ: http://www.consumerreports.org/…/natural-on-food-…/index.htm
Read the Consumer Reports National Research Center “2014 Food Labels Survey” and sign their petition to end this deceptive practice: http://www.takepart.com/food-labels
Read more: http://www.usatoday.com/…/natural-food-labels-no-…/10674755/
‪#‎NaturalMeansNothing‬ ‪#‎TheNaturalDeception‬ ‪#‎NaturallyDeceptive‬ ‪#‎FoodIndustry‬‪#‎GMA‬ ‪#‎natural‬ ‪#‎GMO‬ ‪#‎pesticides‬ ‪#‎NaturalVsOrganic‬ ‪#‎organic‬ ‪#‎FDA‬ ‪#‎USDA‬‪#‎ConsumerReports‬ ‪#‎FoodLabelsSurvey‬ ‪#‎gmofreecanada‬ ‪#‎gmofreeusa‬


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Message  gerardM Ven 27 Fév - 14:34




Organic Consumers Association
Why would the International Dairy Foods Association spend millions to defeat GMO labeling laws, including launching a lawsuit against Vermont? Take a look at this article by the OCA’s Political Director, Alexis Baden-Meyer -  find out![/size]

Thanks Susan!

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Message  gerardM Lun 16 Mar - 15:42

Howdy.

Susan re-published this.
Not exactly antiGMOs but close.




Big Ag’s Fight for Twitter Credibility : Food First
Many consumers and food activists use social media platforms to stay informed and engage in important debates about the future of our food system. But increasing corporate influence in these spaces requires us to differentiate fact...
FOODFIRST.ORG


When Americans count them, it's efficient: they won't give up, sure!

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Message  gerardM Lun 16 Mar - 15:49

Another posting by Susan.
As far as I understand it: the non-GMOs change their mind!
After having been non-GMOs (asking for labeling),
they change their minds and become anti-GMOs.

"We're not changing our minds about GMOs. The Non-GMO Project was founded on one thing: the desire to make sure that Americans do not lose their right to eat non-GMO food"




What Bill Nye Got Right About GMOs
Twitter was buzzing this week that Bill Nye the Science Guy – every elementary school’s favorite scientist – has changed his mind about GMOs.
EWG.ORG

Note the "We're not changing our minds".
In English it's not the French rule:
- in French, if there's only one object per person, we use the singular
such as "chacun avec sa pipe à la bouche"
- in English, as soon as there's several persons, they use a plural
such as "We're changing our minds".
'Kay?

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Message  gerardM Lun 16 Mar - 16:00

My comments:
Americans are rather individual and trusting.
Lobbying is very strong and developed eg rifles (they finance politicians' campaigns)
However, when they stand up and count themselves
they go forward and don't stop.

In France, people are more suspicious.
Lobbying is as strong (see chemists, farmers, oil companies...).
Regarding GMOs, the French reacted quickly
(they had to fight European leaders)
but this doesn't prevent industrials and Europe to fight back
and impose their views when we are not vigilant.

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Message  gerardM Jeu 2 Avr - 20:44

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Discovery News


WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A FLY LANDS ON YOUR FOOD?: Have you ever wondered what a fly is doing when it lands on your food? Here's the disgusting answer:



What Happens When A Fly Lands On Your Food?
Have you ever wondered what a fly is doing when it lands on your food? Laci did some research to figure out just what happens.
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Message  MurielB Jeu 2 Avr - 21:23

Gérard it is impossible to see the answer ! There is a technical problem ! Sad

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Message  Remy Jeu 2 Avr - 21:29

When a fly lands on my food, it gets on my nerves

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Message  gerardM Jeu 2 Avr - 22:02

No Muriel, I personally don't have any tech problem.

Here's the link -> http://testtube.com/dnews/what-happens-when-a-fly-lands-on-your-food?utm_source=FB&utm_medium=DNews&utm_campaign=Evergreen

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Message  MurielB Jeu 2 Avr - 22:10

Thanks Gérard for the link ! I know the answer now ! It 's obviously discusting because the fly's hairs most probably  carry traces of faeces and bacteria !  affraid

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Message  gerardM Sam 9 Mai - 22:34

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Discovery News


ARE EGGS THE PERFECT FOOD? For decades, nutritionists have debated the nutritional merits of eggs and whether or not they were healthy or harmful to the humans who ate them. Are they safe?



Are Eggs The Perfect Food?

Are eggs good for you? Is it safe to eat them? Matt Lieberman from SourceFed joins DNews to answer these questions.

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Message  gerardM Lun 1 Juin - 11:26

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Discovery News


WHY DOES THE U.S. THROW AWAY SO MUCH FOOD?: In 2012, we threw out 34 million tons of perfectly good food. Isn't there a way to cut that down?



Why Does the U.S. Throw Away So Much Food?
In 2012, we threw out 34 million tons of perfectly good food. Isn't there a way to cut that down?
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Message  gerardM Dim 7 Juin - 15:04

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Scientific American magazine


There is a downside to having so much food available everywhere you turn.



Food Everywhere Fuels Obesity
SCIENTIFICAMERICAN.COM|PAR ELIENE AUGENBRAUN,GRETCHEN CUDA KROEN

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Message  MurielB Dim 7 Juin - 19:01

Hi Gérard, everyone
I would not say that it is food everywhere which is fueling obesity. It is clear that it is what is "in" the food(manufacturers artificial chemicals) which is causing the great expansion of the obesity
I agree with these words and I think it would be clearer to have food labels.  


http://www.nhs.uk/change4life/Pages/food-labels.aspx

Some food labels use red, amber and green colour coding which makes it easier to choose food that is lower in total fat, saturated fat, and sugar and salt. Choose more ’greens’ and ’ambers’ and fewer 'reds'.

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