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 Symptoms of Bt  
 Consumption

 
  If there is a health problem with Genetically Modified foods in the U.S. market, we Diet cooperators could be among those first affected, since we seem to be more sensitive to this type of situation.
 
 

 Watch What You Eat !

 

Olive oil may be the only oils without the Bt gene.  Please avoid cottonseed oil and products containing cottonseed oil.  Cotton is one of the gene-modified crops and cooperators have had debilitating experiences from consuming products containing cottonseed oil.   Please note that nuts are often "roasted" in cottonseed oil.  We have found that some people are very sensitive to these toxins and may experience reactions to even very small amounts.
 
 
   
 

 
 
   
 



The Development of Genetically Modified Foods in the USA
The change in funding for agricultural research at the United States' Land Grant Universities has led to the current research and development situation.

Horticulture Needs a Strong National Voice 
This is a copy of a letter to the President of the American Society of Horticultural Sciences that summarizes the main problem at the Nation's Land Grant Colleges.

Letter to The Editor of the Fruit Growers News
This addresses concerns with GM Foods and was published in the Fruit Growers News, November 2000.

Letter to The Editor of the American Society of Horticultural Sciences
This also addresses concerns with GM Foods and was published in the ASHS Newsletter, July 2000.


 
 

Horticulture Needs a Strong National Voice!

This is a copy of a letter to the President of the American Society of Horticultural Sciences that summarizes the main problem at the Nation's Land Grant Colleges of agriculture.