Monday, July 13 2020
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What’s Really On Your Fork?

these are interviews, highlights etc focusing on contaminants in the food supply.  these stories appear in the scrolling bar on the home page.

Guest: Andre Leu – Avoid ALL “Impossible” Meat Products

Burger King took the lead among fast food restaurants by introducing its “Impossible Whopper” sandwich nationwide now nearly all fast food chains have followed suit.  Forgetting taste, we wanted to find out for ourselves how safe for human consumption this highly genetically modified sandwich actually is.   Food Nation Radio reached …

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Guest: Prof Graham McGregor – Your Salt Shaker Is Killing You

It starts off innocently with just a sprinkle of salt on your favorite food to “bring out the flavor” and over the course of time, a sprinkle just isn’t enough.  The next thing you know, your cardiologist is telling you that you’re facing heart surgery, your ankles are swollen, your …

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Guest: Miles McEvoy Is “UDSA ORGANIC” really Organic?

    Following an interview on the show about the USDA, Food Nation Radio Network’s Michael Serio starts a heated discussion with strong opinions on why people are concerned about the USDA Organic label, who runs the USDA and why the system is in need of a complete overhaul. You …

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Guest: Bill Marler – That Tasty Filet Might Contain a Nasty Secret

  Before you order that expensive filet, listen to our interview on “meat glue” because it’s back in the news. From the Food Nation Radio Interview Archives: Elizabeth Dougherty spoke with Attorney Bill Marler a couple of years ago about “meat glue” and why there are possible safety concerns associated …

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Guest: Caleb Dalley – Sugarcane Is Sprayed With Glyphosate To Ripen It

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  We’ve told you about genetically modified sugar beets and encouraged folks to eat pure sugarcane instead. Now, we are concerned about new information we discovered about a process designed to increase the profitability of sugarcane crops. We want to share this information with you. Thanks to a listener who …

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