Frankenstein foods

Ticciati, Laura; Sides, Anne Goodwin
March 1999
Mothering;Mar/Apr99, Issue 93, p46
Discusses studies on the potentially adverse health effects of genetically engineered foods. Toxicity of the protein produced from the genetic alteration of the food supplement tryptophan; Potential of genetically engineered foods to decrease the effectiveness of antibiotics; Production of sick and suffering livestock.


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