Most people don’t know what’s in the food
they eat every day. Although the recognized brands of packaged foods,
salad dressings, canned goods, soft drinks, and snack foods may look
the same as always, their
contents have radically changed. They now
contain something new and unfamiliar—genetically engineered ingredients.
Genetically Altered Foods and Your Health examines how genetic engineering is radically changing our food—at great risk to human health and the environment—and answers these questions:
are scientists genetically altering foods?
What genetically engineered foods are you eating?
Are genetically engineered foods safe?
Why aren't GE foods labeled?
Concise consumers’ guide
Author Ken Roseboro addresses these and other issues concerning GE foods, and shows why organic foods are practical—and safe—alternatives to this risky technology.
Concise, yet highly informative, Genetically Altered Foods and Your Health provides practical steps to ensure that the foods you eat are healthy and safe.
What readers says
“Genetically Altered Foods and Your Health is very readable and packs a lot of information into a small format . The sections on following up are useful.”
Philip L. Bereano, Professor, Department of Technical Communication
University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
“Genetically Altered Foods and Your Health is
the best summary of the principal issues concerning GE foods that I’ve
seen. It is very well written, with the pertinent information laid
out in a style that is easy for non-specialists to understand. I
recommend it for anyone who wants to be well-informed on the subject.”
David Fisher, Ph.D., botanist, Fairfield, IA USA
Genetically Altered Foods
and Your Health captivated
my interest. It was very informative...a quick read. In only a few pages
I learned a lot about genetically altered foods. For a good overview on
this topic in a reader friendly book, I recommend you buy this inexpensive,
very readable book.”
Kandy Lippincott, teacher, Westmont, NJ, USA
“If you are short on time or money, you no
longer have reasons to be uninformed of the dangers of genetically altered
foods. Genetically Altered Foods and Your Health is the cheapest,
shortest and newest book on all the issues related to genetically altered
foods. If you eat, you must read this book!”
Lee Leffler, writer, Wappingers Falls, NY, USA
About the Author: Ken Roseboro is editor and publisher of The Organic & Non-GMO Report, a monthly newsletter that helps food producers respond to the challenges of genetically engineered foods. Roseboro has written extensively about GE foods for many agricultural and food industry publications, including, Prepared Foods, Food Processing, World Grain, and Natural Products Industry Insider, among many others.