If you would like to increase your knowledge on GMOs and genetically engineered foods your interests most likely also include how to avoid the purchasing and consuming of these products. These may include organic cooking and organic gardening, emergency preparedness, self-sufficiency and homesteading, and many more.
In order to get a jump start on how to accomplish these goals you may want to pick up learning tools such as books and videos or equipment such as rain barrels or home canning kits. Check out the topic categories below an you just might find the right goods to get you going in the right direction.
Find highly recommended books, videos, and products from the below topics of interest!
Composting & Rain Barrels
By having your own compost and rain diverting system you are taking great strides into self-sustainability and minimizing your carbon imprint. Whether you’re purpose is to save some money or help out the environment these steps are in the positive direction. View Items >>
Container & Small Space Gardening Items
You can grow a great garden in a sunny location with a few pots, some seeds, and a source of water nearby. Windowsills, patios, greenhouses, sunrooms and rooftops are all spaces where plants can live happily.
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Food & Diets Items
It is important to slow down and think about food as nourishment rather than just something to gulp down in between meetings or on the way to pick up the kids. Rather than worry about following a fad diet, think about your health and your lifestyle instead. Start by learning which foods are good for you. View Items >>
Food Storage & Preservation Items
There are many traditional methods of preserving food that limit the energy inputs and reduce carbon footprint. Maintaining or creating nutritional value, texture and flavor is an important aspect of food preservation.
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GMOs & Genetically Engineered Food Items
The world’s big agrochemical firms that produce GE seeds, such Monsanto, Bayer and Syngenta(1) invest millions annually promoting the “so-called” benefits of GMOs. In order to combat the increase of GE crops in the food supply we must stay informed.View Items >>
Healthy Living & Lifestyles Items
What does it mean to live a healthy lifestyle? Is it a way of living that allows you to enjoy your life in a more fulfilling way? The key to healthy living is making small changes. View Items >>
Organic Cooking & Organic Eating Items
Organic foods remain an area of growth even with the rising cost of grocery items and tougher economic times. Turns out organic cooking is really not that complicated once you know a few basics. In fact, it’s way easier and healthier. View Items >>
Organic Gardening & Farming Items
Eating organic food is a great step towards a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, many organic fruits and vegetables are a bit more costly. To combat the increased cost, and to ensure that the food you are eating is 100% organic, you may want to start your own organic garden. View Items >>
Organic Living & Eco Product Providers
Organic and eco-living is a lifestyle that attempts to reduce an individual’s or society’s use of the Earth’s natural resource and their own resources. Altering your methods of transportation, energy consumption and diet are ways to reduce your carbon footprint. View Items >>
Self-Sufficiency & Homesteading Items
Homesteading is a lifestyle. It may require a drastic change but you may be surprised to find out that you are already on the path to homesteading and self-sufficiency. In many ways it is abandoning what you have been taught throughout your life to be ‘normal’ or what is the American dream. View Items >>
Survivalism & Emergency Preparedness Items
The preparing for this anticipated disruption by having emergency medical training, stockpiling food and water, preparing for self-defense and self-sufficiency is essential for emergency preparedness. If you’re just beginning learning on the topic here are some books that should get you going in the right direction. View Items >>