How to buy online “The Truth about Genetically Modified Foods : An interview with Greg Hottinger, RD, MHP, author of The Best Natural Foods on the Market Today: A Yuppie’s Guide to Hippie Food, Vol. 1″

The Truth about Genetically Modified Foods : An interview with Greg Hottinger, RD, MHP, author of The Best Natural Foods on the Market Today: A Yuppie’s Guide to Hippie Food, Vol. 1

The Truth about Genetically Modified Foods

Liz Lipski, PhD, CCN

An interview with Greg Hottinger, RD, MHP, author of The Best Natural Foods on the Market Today: A Yuppie’s Guide to Hippie Food, Vol. 1

In this interview:

•Are you are unknowingly eating genetically modified foods?

•60-80% of foods on our grocery store shelves contain genetically modified ingredients

•Find out which foods most likely contain genetically engineered ingredients

•Discover if these foods live up to their promise of fewer pesticides used

•Understand the potential risks and benefits of genetically engineered foods

•Hear how gene

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