Organics and the villainry of "the other guy"

Organics and the villainry of "the other guy"

The "Who's paying for this?" skeptics site published a study charging the organics industry of overselling the health benefits of organic food and using fear to sell products.

Last year it was supplements, with multivitamins dubbed useless at best and omega-3 not only useless but a ticket to prostate cancer. "Get your nutrients from food" became the mantra of the year

Is it food’s turn now? Healthy eating doesn’t seem to exist this month. Last week, Mother Jones warned “Your ‘Hormone-Free’ Milks Is Full of Sex Hormones.” Yesterday, the New York Times used the headline “An Apple a Day, and Other Myths&rdquo

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