There are arguments on both sides of the issue, of course – the proponents of GMO farming maintain that the nutritional value of the foods they grow is every bit as high as those whose genetic composition has been left intact. On the other side, there does seem to be a growing body of evidence suggesting that GMO grains fed to lab animals cause a variety of deformations and other disturbances in the animals, and that, basically, the jury is still out on whether or not GMO foods are actually good for people to be eating.
I am sometimes asked if my diet (high raw vegan, about 95%) is terribly expensive. My usual reply is that I don’t know, as I am among the 10 worst shoppers in the world. The issue for me is to buy foods with high nutrient density, mostly organic, in ways and places that fit with… Read more