Are Pink Pineapples Safe to Eat? What you Need to Know About GMO's

While the FDA has approved the new genetically modified fruit made by Del Monte, there really isn’t any data about its safety. Unsplash/Pineapple Supply Co #PinkPineapples may be infiltrating your Instagram feed, but just how safe are they? The truth is, we don’t know. While the FDA has approved the new genetically modified fruit made by Del Monte, there really isn’t any data about its safety—beyond what the company told the FDA. According to NBC, “Del Monte submitted information to the agency to demonstrate that the pink flesh pineapple is as safe and nutritious as its conventional counterparts.” But what constitutes safe? How do we know that in 10 or 20 years—or after some length of time

Why You Need to Ignore the Latest Flawed Study Demonizing Coconut Oil

The media is off to the races, blacklisting coconut oil again. Seems like every year there is another study contradicting the study before. First coconut oil was bad, then it was good, then it turned bad again. But is this really about coconut oil? Or is it just a scapegoat? No, adding coconut oil to your smoothies is NOT going to kill you. Unsplash/Alexander Mils After reviewing the recently published report, Dietary Fats and Cardiovascular Disease: A Presidential Advisory from the American Heart Association published in Circulation, it seems clear to me that there may be an ulterior agenda underlying the information presented. First, let’s start with who funded the study. Pharmaceutical co

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