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by Michael Ho


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DailyDirt: Seriously, You Are What You Eat...

from the urls-we-dig-up dept

There's still a lot people don't know about biology, and the way biological molecules can be transmitted. Eating food is an unavoidable way of consuming a whole range of biological compounds, and scientists are learning more and more about how foods can affect health. Here are just a few links on some interesting food science topics. By the way, StumbleUpon can also recommend some good Techdirt articles, too.

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    Pa, 28 Oct 2011 @ 9:03pm

    What say you now pro-GMO people?

    Looks like not everything has been researched about Genes and food after all. I hate to say it, but I told you so.

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      Michael Ho (profile), 31 Oct 2011 @ 1:01pm

      Re: What say you now pro-GMO people?

      The fact that there are unknown effects from GMO foods doesn't mean we should stop researching GMOs completely... It just means we probably shouldn't introduce GMOs into the wild without a lot more scrutiny.

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    lrobbo (profile), 10 Jun 2012 @ 8:12am

    Yeah, to stop researching GMO food is a daft response from folk who know nothing. Makes my blood boil.

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