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Evidence suggests gene moved from herring to smelt in process similar to genetic modification in the lab Millions of years before scientists created genetically modified Atlantic salmon with genes from two other fish, nature created genetically modified smelt with a gene from herring, growing evidence shows. And now the Canadian scientists who first proposed that controversial idea say they have a hunch how nature might have done it. A new...
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Demand mandatory safety assessments for all genetically engineered foods and crops. Take action today. Click here to send your instant letter to the Minister of Health. en français – Passez à l’action : www.rcab.ca/pasdexemptions Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) appear ready to propose removing regulation for some GMOs (genetically modified organisms). Health Canada has been developing new draft guidance on how regulators will assess the risks of...
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9 Science-Backed Holistic Tips for Healthy Skin Prepared by: Allison Tannis, MSc., R.H.N.| allisontannis.com You can have healthy skin naturally with these 9 holistic beauty tips. The key to healthy skin is about limiting inflammation. Inflammation plays a major role in how the skin looks. Sometimes, the inflammation is obvious, giving the skin a puffy, red appearance. But, the kind of inflammation you can’t see is most concerning. Chronic, low...
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Are you interested in learning more about Holistic Nutrition? CSNN has developed a new certificate workshop called Healthy Eating & Lifestyle. We are happy to offer this certificate workshop on the weekend to better suit potential student’s busy schedules. Here is the Registration Form for your review. This is offered every Saturday afternoon. We hope that this will work with your schedule, as we look forward to seeing you at...
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Using genetically engineered (genetically modified or GM) insect-resistant (Bt) corn is “gone” as a strategy to manage the corn rootworm pest in Ontario. Farm newspapers are describing a “failure” and “breakdown” of genetically modified corn because the corn rootworm is showing resistance to the Bt toxins in the GM insect-resistant Bt corn. Ontario government advisors are recommending that farmers stop relying on GM corn to control the pest: “It’s just...
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