“Livestock raised on feed that contains genetically modified ingredients—in other words, approximately 95 percent of the food-producing animals in the U.S. today—show no signs of differences in performance or health, according to a new study from researchers at the University of California-Davis. They also found no differences in the nutritional makeup of the food products derived from these animals.”

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“Butter is back in fashion and so are the saturated fats. The meta-analysis evaluating 72 different scientific studies, published in the Journal Annals of Internal Medicine (March 2014), found there is no evidence to support the claims that saturated fat increases the risk of heart disease and other cardiac events.”

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