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No! However, poor nutrition coupled with highly processed foods and a lack of education regarding healthy eating is bad for our kids. As a mother and farmer, I believe the best way to keep my family safe and healthy is to make sure they eat a balanced diet and make good food choices daily. Fresh, healthy ingredients and minimally processed foods that are low in sugar, salt, calories and cholesterol provide kids with the best opportunity for a healthy diet. ...

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Thank you for your question. Here is some information about GMOs that we feel will help answer your question. ...

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As a mom, I am concerned about the safety of products as well. As a toxicologist who focuses on pesticide safety, I can tell you that glyphosate herbicides are backed by one of the most extensive worldwide human health, safety and environmental databases ever compiled for a pesticide product. In fact, evaluations spanning four decades, the overwhelming conclusion of regulatory agencies and independent experts worldwide has been that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup® branded...

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Yes, GMOs are safe. Many consumers are led to believe that GMOs can cause cancer, autism, gluten intolerance and other illnesses. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Every leading health organization in the world stands behind the safety of GMOs. Extensive and continuous studies on GMOs are being conducted to ensure their ongoing safety for consumption. Click here to find thousands of studies on the safety of GMOs. ...

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Thank you for your question regarding the health and safety of GMOs. Our experts have answered similar questions in the past – please see below for a comprehensive overview on this topic which should help address your question. ...

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This is one of the most popular questions on the website and thus is part of the top 10 questions on GMO answers. See the top 10 questions and more specifically see this post which addresses your question on bees and other pollinators.

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Thank you for your question. The lack of impact by GMO plants on bees and other pollinators has been previously answered on this web site. See one of the top 10 consumer questions about GMOs, as they relate to bees, as a starting point. The impact of herbicides has not been addressed completely but there are good places to start beginning with the answer to this question here: Do neonicotinoids and Roundup affect the wild bee populations? If so, how are you working to stop this bee killoff?...

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Thank you for your question regarding the health and safety of GMOs. Our experts have answered similar questions in the past – please see below for a comprehensive overview on this topic which should help address your question. ...

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Russia has developed legislation on the regulation of genetically modified products that started with the Federal Law on genetic engineering (#86-FZ) in 1996. A total of 12 legislative documents on GM food and feed safety assessment and control were developed and enacted between 1996 and 2010. These include regulations of registration for food, feed, detection methods and labeling. ...

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Thanks for your question which raises some very significant points for discussion. Before I get into the details of the studies you mentioned, it is important to address the larger question of when and why are studies reviewed, and to clarify the impact of said studies on the ruling of the Council of State dated April 15, 2016. ...

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