"8" alaus, kad turėtumėte nedelsiant nustoti gerti

Paskutinį kartą atnaujinta:

Daugelis iš mūsų pasirenka, ką mes labai atsargiai valgome, arba bent jau atkreipiame dėmesį į jį. Tačiau kai kalbama apie gėrimus, ypač apie alkoholinius gėrimus, mes nedaug stengiamės priimti geriausius sprendimus mūsų sveikatai. Kokia yra didžiulė klaida. Visi jūsų kūno darbas gali būti sugadintas per savaitgalį. Nors maisto produktai ir nealkoholiniai gėrimai turi nurodyti jų sudedamąsias dalis, o FDA kontroliuoja, alui taip pat nepriskiriama. Alkoholio pramonė daugelį metų lobizavo, kad jo ingredientai nebūtų ženklinami. Kai kurie saugo receptus, bet dauguma - paslėpti kenksmingus ingredientus.

Štai keletas kenksmingų ingredientų, dažniausiai randamų alui:

  • GMO kukurūzų sirupas
  • GMO kukurūzai
  • Aukštos fruktozės kukurūzų sirupas
  • Žuvies šlapimo pūslė
  • Propilenglikolis
  • Mononatrio glutamatas (MSG)
  • natūralūs kvapai
  • GMO cukrus
  • Karamelės dažymas
  • Vabzdžių pagrindu dažai
  • Karageninas
  • BPA
  • & daug daugiau!

Čia yra "8" alaus, kuris paprastai yra Jungtinėse Amerikos Valstijose esančiuose baruose, kad nedelsiant reikia nutraukti gerti.

1. Newcastle Brown Ale

Newcastle gmo alaus

Nustatyta, kad "Newcastle" alaus yra karamelinis dažymas. 3 ir 4 karamelinio dažymo klasė pagaminta iš amoniako, kuris klasifikuojamas kaip kancerogenas. Nors alkoholis yra patį kancerogeną, gali gerti jį moderuotai sumažinti Jūsų galimybės susirgti vėžiu. Tačiau papildomi kancerogenai turės priešingą poveikį. "Vienintelis" alas su papildomu vėžiu, sukeliančiu savybes.

Atnaujinti: puikios naujienos! Po to, kai visi jūs, skaitę ir pasidaliję straipsniu, spaudžia didelį spaudimą, "Heineken USA" mums pranešė, kad mums žinoma, kad karamelinis dažymas praėjo:

"Aš rašau jums pranešti, kad" Newcastle Brown Ale "aktyviai pašalino iš alaus visas karamelės dažymas. "Newcastle" dabar gauna skonį iš natūralių skrudintų salyklų. "

Tai tik rodo, kad bendrovės nori keisti, ypač kai jų pinigai yra ant linijos. "Caramel" kvapioji medžiaga anksčiau buvo naudojama bendrovėje nuo 1927.

2 Budweiser

Budweiser gmo alaus

Vienas iš populiariausių alų arba labiausiai reklamuojamas yra "Budweiser". "Budweiser" yra genetiškai modifikuotų (GMO) ryžių. "Greenpeace" atrado eksperimentinę GMO ryžiai "Anheuser-Busch" (Budweiser) alui 2007.

3. "Corona Extra"

korona-gmo-alus

Aš mėgavau "Corona" reklamą. Jie buvo tokie taikūs ir atsipalaidavę. Tai yra, kol aš sužinojau, kad alui yra GMO kukurūzų sirupo ir Propilenglikolis. Propylene glycol yra prieštaringa ir sakoma, kad gali būti pavojinga jūsų sveikatai.

4. Miller Lite

Miller-Lite-GMO

Tai dar vienas labai populiarus alus Amerikoje, kuriame yra GMO. "Miller Lite" yra GMO kukurūzai ir kukurūzų sirupas. Tai "GMO laikas".

5. Michelob Ultra

michelob-ultra-gmoMažiausiai populiarus, bet vis tiek lengvai pasiekiamas "Michelob" alaus turėtų būti pašalintas iš jūsų pasirinkimo. Nustatyta, kad šis alus yra genetiškai modifikuotas saldiklis (GMO dekstrozė).

6. Ginesas

guinness-gmo-beer

Gineso dažnai giriamas dėl to, kad jis yra lygumas. Tačiau keletas tyrimų parodė, kad "Guinness" ingredientai yra gana neramūs. Alus yra isinglass, ingredientas, kuris ateina iš žuvies šlapimo pūslė ir aukštos fruktozės kukurūzų sirupas. Didelis fruktozės kukurūzų sirupas jau seniai buvo uždraustas iš daugelio parduotuvės ir gėrimai.

Paskutinis atnaujinimas: Geros naujienos! Mes susisiekėme su Guinnessu ir pareiškėme, kad jie niekuomet nenaudoja aukštos fruktozės kukurūzų sirupo jokiu savo alaus.

7. Coors Light

Coors-Light-GMO

"Coors light" yra gėrimas, labai populiarus baruose ir tarp koledžų studentų. Dažniausiai tai yra pigus. Alus yra GMO kukurūzų sirupas.

8. Pabst Blue Ribbon

Pabst-Blue-Ribbon-GMO

Pabst Blue Ribbon yra GMO kukurūzai ir GMO kukurūzų sirupas.

Sveikos alaus alternatyvos

Taigi, kalbant apie alų, turite būti labai atsargūs. Jūsų geriausias pasirinkimas yra surasti mikrobangų gamyklą, kurią galite pasitikėti. Kaip ir viskas, pabandykite išvengti pigių, žemos kokybės produktų. Barai gali pasiūlyti "Coors Light", "Miller Lite" arba "Budweiser" specialius pasiūlymus, tačiau jie yra pigūs dėl priežasčių. Likusiame pasaulyje visame pasaulyje draudžiama naudoti GMO, o JAV atsilieka nuo metų, o tik kelios valstybės siūlo GMO ženklinimo įstatymus. Pabandykite likti nuošalyje nuo amerikiečių alaus. Pasirinkite ekologišką alų. Alus, kurių sudėtyje yra 100% organinių etikečių, turi būti ingredientų, kurie visi yra ekologiški 100%. Nors ekologinė etiketė tik reiškia, kad 95% iš jų bus ekologiška. Europinis alus labiausiai tikėtina, kad bus saugus nuo GMO ingredientų, bet, deja, daugelyje kitų alų yra GMO dirbtinių ingredientų, stabilizatorių, grūdų ir konservantų, taip pat HFCS.

Be gemių be alaus:

Organiniai alaus produktai (nepasterizuoti ir nefiltruojami)

  • Wolaver's - visi alus
  • "Lamar Street" - "The Whole Foods" etiketė (pagaminta "Goose Island")
  • Bison - visi alus
  • "Dogfish Head" (ekologiškas, jei yra ingredientų)
  • "Fish Brewery Company" - "Fish Tale Ales"
  • "Lakefront" alaus darykla - "Organic ESB"
  • Brooklynas - (ekologiškas, kai yra ingredientų)
  • Pinkus - visi alus
  • Samuelis Smiths - Samuelis Smiths Organic Ale
  • Wychwood - Kaliausė Ale

Neorganiniai alumai (nepasterizuoti ir nefiltruojami)

  • Siera Nevada - visi pasirinkimai
  • Antis Triušis - Brown Ale, Porteris, Gintaro Ale, Pieno Stout
  • Vėžiagyvių galva - 60 minutė IPA, "Shelter Pale Ale", cikorija "Stout"
  • Laivų gamykla - vasaros užkandis
  • Pergalės alaus darykla - Whirlwind
  • Šiaurinė pakrantė - mėlyna žvaigždė
  • Bridžportas - IPA (su buteliu sutvarkyta)
  • Ayingeris - visi pasirinkimai
  • Royal Oak - Pale Ale
  • Fraziskaner - Hefeweiss ir Dunkel Weisse
  • Weihenstephaner - Hefe Weissbier
  • Maisel's - Weisse
  • Hoegaarden - Belgijos protas

kitas

  • "Heineken"
  • Steamwhistle
  • Amstel Light
  • Kunigaikštystė originalas Ale organinis
  • Mill Street alaus darykla
  • Fuller's Organic
  • Nelson Organic Ale
  • Natureland Organic

Pasidalink su draugais alaus gerianais

Svarbu atskleisti įmones, kurios naudoja kenksmingus ingredientus mūsų gaminiuose. Ši informacija yra paslėpta iš visuomenės su milijonais dolerių melagingos reklamos, įstatymų ir tt Jūs visada galite balsuoti su savo pinigais. Kadangi ši informacija apie alaus GMO plinta, mes pastebime šių alaus gamybos sumažėjimą, o įmonės gali visiškai pašalinti kenksmingus ingredientus. Svarbiausia, kai bendraujate su draugais, galėsite pasidalinti alumi, kuris yra skanesnis ir sveikesnis.

Jei turite kokių nors papildomų duomenų apie GMO ar ne-gmo alų arba norite ištaisyti kai kurias informacijos, tiesiog išsiųskite mums el. Laišką arba palikite komentarą su pateiktais įrodymais.

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ErixTheRed
ErixTheRed

What the heck is wrong with Carrageenan (Seaweed) and fish bladder?

Jen
Jen

Although derived from a natural source, carrageenan appears to be particularly destructive to the digestive system, triggering an immune response similar to that your body has when invaded by pathogens like Salmonella. The result: “Carrageenan predictably causes inflammation, which can lead to ulcerations and bleeding,”

Robert Burgett
Robert Burgett

So can you provide a link to an article detailing an explosion of “ulcerations and bleeding”? What is the likelihood (probability) that carrageenan causes ulcerations and bleeding? You used the words “can lead”. Breathing oxygen “can lead” to death if you breathe PURE oxygen.

Lawrence Braun
Lawrence Braun

Robertas

here you go: http://chriskresser.com/harmful-or-harmless-carrageenan/

all of the facts stated are notated by number and linked to peer reviewed journals. I think this is what you were looking for. hope it helps.

edward
edward

If you knew anything about the brewing process, you would find out that clarifying agents such as carageenan and fish bladder carry charges, which binds to yeast cells, materials, etc… and drops out of solution. This is highly filtered out and nothing makes it into the finished product. Propylene Glycol is used in every single brewery in the entire world, small and large, to control fermentation temps. So go to your local Organic brewpub and ask them to show you how that works. You should also research the term “Toxicity”. Who defines and tests substances being produced and how your... Skaityti daugiau »

Kate
Kate

OH NO…..

Rational Thinker
Rational Thinker

Is every story on this page as scientifically shallow as this? This article was full of “may have” and”potential” for blah blah blah. “Contains GMO corn syrup or grains”. So what? That GMO grains/syrup are consumed by yeast and converted into alcohol. What is the proof of any harm to humans? Allow me to answer-nothing. But if depriving yourself of any of these products makes you feel better about yourself (and supports your superiority complex because YOU only go ORGANIC0, have at it. Lower demand for my Newcastle will hopefully lead to a glut of supply and lower cost for... Skaityti daugiau »

loveorganics
loveorganics

If you have any evidence that supports your points, feel free to share. A lot of people come not only to share but to learn from others as well. As for your point about the “superiority complex”, that seems rather shallow. People choose to buy food that is organic, as it adheres to higher standards and is many times purer than their non-organic counterparts. Also, people don’t base all their decisions on what to buy based on their want to be “superior” to others, some just want to improve their health and food is a great place to start. As... Skaityti daugiau »

Actual Nutrition Scientist
Actual Nutrition Scientist

You want evidence? Here’s a meta-analysis of almost 2,000 peer-reviewed studies that concludes “the scientific research conducted so far has not detected any
significant hazards directly connected with the use of genetically
engineered crops.”

Nicolia A, Manzo A, Veronesi F, Rosellini D. An overview of the last 10 years of genetically engineered crop safety research. Crit Rev Biotechnol. 2013 Sep 16. PubMed PMID: 24041244.

If you have any high quality evidence (published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal) to show that GMOs are harmful, I would like to see it please.

Ben William
Ben William

Peer reviewed studies in this day and age are absolutely meaningless because of the amount of fraud involved with them.

You’re SELLING me that GMO’s are harmless? Even though these CLIAMS come from the VERY SAME manufactures of Agent Orange. WHO BY THE WAY. gave us ‘peer reviewed studies that Agent Orange was completely harmless.

There are plenty of studies and ‘real world’ disaster examples where GMO’s are extremely harmful on many different levels.

Enjoy your GMO’s. As for me? I’ll gladly pass.

Daniel Hall
Daniel Hall

Ben Williams, your comments are at least as extreme or more so as the person you are challenging!

Ben William
Ben William

The sun rising in the east is extreme.

Chris
Chris

Just because neither have the information available to successfully overcome the other’s point doesn’t mean they do not touch on valid points worthy of being made aloud.

Reese Daniel
Reese Daniel

Daniel Hall: Projection much?

Chris
Chris

Exxon Mobile’s independent studies on global warming from 30 years ago are in line with today’s scientific community. They chose to pursue the opposing position publicly, there is definitely merit in questioning the veracity of research financed and dispensed by profit-minded institutions.

Yaspar
Yaspar

The danger from GMOs is not that their consumption by humans is harmful. It is that the release of unnatural and modified genes into the wild could have serious unintended consequences in wild and cultivated plant populations.

Reese Daniel
Reese Daniel

Yasper: Actually GMO frankenfood is both harmful to our bodies AND the earth. It changes our DNA and not in a good way. This is what will cause the world wide famine mentioned in the Book of Revelation. Monsanto (My Satan in Spanish) is killing off all the natural pollinators, such as honey bees with their toxic Roundup and GMO crops corrupt and destroy natural crops. This is all a planned Satanic agenda of population control and reduction. All these people on here advocating this poison are either paid shills or 5 beers short of a six pack.

orion-was-here
orion-was-here

While I understand you wanting to stand on the laurels of your peers, I would caution you to remember “scientist” & their peers said the sun revolves around the earth, & the earth was flat. We know how wrong they were.

DiscipleofYahushua
DiscipleofYahushua

a rise in gut disorders IMO are a direct result of GMO’s and artificial preservatives

Reese Daniel
Reese Daniel

Actual Nutrition Scientist: And scientists are never paid by the powers that be to support an agenda. Nahhhhhh

Vaikinas
Vaikinas

It’s isn’t up to debate on how GMOs affect the body, a cursory glance at any medical text book on digestion and the process of breaking down protein and nucleotides you would see the possibility for danger or harm due to these genes is non existent. However if you feel the need to personally abstain from them, then I say go ahead but please don’t try and spread misinformation that isn’t backed up by scientific evidence.

Savin Hillbilly
Savin Hillbilly

“Nonexistent” is overstating the case. Case in point:

http://www.nytimes.com/1996/03/14/us/genetic-engineering-of-crops-can-spread-allergies-study-shows.html

GMOs aren’t inherently unsafe, but they aren’t inherently safe either, and blanket statements about GMO safety should be looked on with suspicion whether they’re positive or negative. There are risks, and effective regulation is needed to address them.

But I agree this feature is the worst kind of simple-minded GMO-scare stuff. And it poisons the well for thoughtful discussion of more serious issues with genetic engineering in agriculture–monopoly economics, poor cost/benefit performance to date, and inseparability from unsustainable ways of farming, as well as safety/regulation issues.

Susanne
Susanne

I think YOU are what you eat, as a medical professional NOW DAYS alot of Physicians are actually recommending a healthier diet that does not consist of processed foods they are leaning to organic, and non processed where I work at.. There is nothing more saddening than seeing someone come into a medical facility finding out they are terminal or have some horrendous ailment that could of been prevented by diet…..

Lawrence Braun
Lawrence Braun

RT, Several studies published in peer reviewed journals suggests that GMO’s are harmful to the health of mammals – in various ways. You can read all about them in this article by Chris Kresser. link below. There are notations throughout the article linked to the peer reviewed journal publication websites and their research results. There are also several reports and research showing that there are no harmful effects of GMO. Those reports are also noted and linked in the article below. The conflict of interest – or reason why there is still a debate, is because all of the research... Skaityti daugiau »

Stilling Learning
Stilling Learning

Do you have gut problems? Indigestion, bloating, gas, well you can thank Monsanto’s Genentically Modified grains that are infused with Essentially roundup and it destroys the intestinal tract.

Absolute_Shower
Absolute_Shower

Haha! Poppycock.

Tony R.
Tony R.

A considerable amount of grain is grown for animal feed. If it were harmful to the digestive tracts of farm animals, the farmers would notice very quickly and such products would quickly fail in the marketplace. Use your God-given brain, man, instead of spewing nonsense.

Lisbeth
Lisbeth

Darwin award => you.

Ian Rineer
Ian Rineer

Since they are made by the same company, should I assume that Miller Highlife also contains GMO corn and corn syrup? If so, that kinda sucks.

Jamielee
Jamielee

What are the 8 beers to avoid? Did I miss them?

PA Vegetarian
PA Vegetarian

Using fish bladders is a pretty common filtration process used by brewers. Vegan/Vegetarian drinkers should be well aware that Guinness is by no means made unique by using this process. Expect any darker beer, especially an import, of having this.

Knuckles Mutatis
Knuckles Mutatis

Some things in this are reasonable, but GMO corn? – in and of itself, this is nothing but pseudoscience fluff for the gullible. There is absolutely zero peer-reviewed scientific evidence that GMO corn is any worse for you than non-GMO corn. Now as for corn syrup, it’s well…sugar…and sugar is proven to be horrible for you in all forms, be it organic cane sugar or HFCS. Avoid it.

FrizzHed
FrizzHed

Multiple animal studies show significant immune dysregulation, including upregulation of cytokines associated with asthma, allergy, and inflammation. 6,11 Animal studies also show altered structure and function of the liver, including altered lipid and carbohydrate metabolism as well as cellular changes that could lead to accelerated aging and possibly lead to the accumulation of reactive oxygen species (ROS). 7,8,10 Changes in the kidney, pancreas and spleen have also been documented. 6,8,10 A recent 2008 study links GM corn with infertility, showing a significant decrease in offspring over time and significantly lower litter weight in mice fed GM corn.8 This study also... Skaityti daugiau »

Nate
Nate

The problem isn’t necessarily that ingesting GMOs is harmful to your physical health. it is that GMOs are developed to withstand high pesticide concentrations to make it easier to kill weeds and pests without harming the crop. The pests develop tolerances so stronger pesticides are required so GMOs are made heartier and the cycle continues. Before long we’re dumping exponentially more pesticides into the environment and that IS harmful to everyone’s health. Note that Monsanto makes roundup as well as GMO seeds.

StuRuckus
StuRuckus

So the slippery slope course applies here? Hmmm. Can you take responsibility for the people that will starve because of sustainability issues without the “GMO” foods?

Bigguns McGee
Bigguns McGee

Yes, biodiversity is never a good thing. Nothing bad could happen 🙂

Bobas
Bobas

The sugar isn’t even present in the final product. At least not in large amounts. HFCS is Fructose and Glucose, which are quickly consumed by yeast when the wort is fermented, being simple sugars. However, there are some complex sugars that make it into the final fermented beer for some styles.

prbennett
prbennett

Are you saying that caramel class 3 & 4 are known carcinogens?

Steve
Steve

This is a bit of a stretch in regards to the fish bladders… You’re referring to Isinglass, a form of collagen used as a fining agent that helps remove suspended solids and clarify beer and wine. Yes, it is derived from fish bladders. It is widely used by homebrewers. Would you prefer they use a synthetic alternative or some sort of chemical?

loveorganics
loveorganics

A lot of people, not just vegans, would like to know what’s in their food and drinks, and where it comes from. Some people just prefer to keep any ingredients that come from animals, fish or insects out of their drinks.

Sąskaita
Sąskaita

Its ALARMING to know here in the US we have had TRUTH in advertising laws for decades, yet lag decades behind most the world regarding TRUTH in labeling laws! Shouldn’t every individual have the basic CHOICE to KNOW exactly WHAT it is we are putting into our bodies(?) No two people are going to agree on every ingredient, but I sure as hell would like to have the freedom of choice when it comes to KNOWING exactly what I am (or am not) putting into my body (or my childrens bodies)! Actually this article is just the tip of the... Skaityti daugiau »

Myles
Myles

You got here before me….there are some good points here, but is anyone really shocked that cheap crappy beer is made with cheap crappy ingredients?

20yrstartelreader
20yrstartelreader

beg to quibble, Myles. Regular yellow belly Coors beer is not on the list and is relatively inexpensive ($20 for an 18 pack at Walmart). Ditto somewhat more expensive XX from dusty and water scarce Monterrey, MX. Aside: now that Guiness Draft is w/o the hi fruct c.s. and it’s clarifier seems to be safe … why still on the list?

missy Viktorija
missy Viktorija

Fish swim bladders.. aka float. Nothing to do w urine.

Heroic Hal
Heroic Hal

“Being made from a carcinogen” doesn’t mean “is a carcinogen”. Note that cooked yucca (cassava) is made from raw, unprocessed yucca, which is toxic.

charlie umberto
charlie umberto

Unreal, the rest of the world is banning GMOs while the U.S. is lagging years behind. We should ask why is this the case. Is it possible that we have a stumbling block called politicians? Possibly, because of outside interests, pressure is put upon them to vote against anything related to GMOs that will inform the U.S. people what they are eating and drinking. (NOTE: See the movie Casino Jack for clarification) Europe does not stand for this nonsense hence biochemical companies like Monsanto,Dupont & Bayer are not allowed to do business and employ the tactics of pressuring farmers to... Skaityti daugiau »

James Buchy
James Buchy

In other words, SOME European governments are suckers for the “junk science lobby”.

Bigguns McGee
Bigguns McGee

Most European governments, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, and the list goes on. Sure, it has nothing to do with huge lobbying efforts to deceive Americans and prevent them from even knowing what’s in their food.

John_Wayne_American
John_Wayne_American

They Ban it for economic reasons and blame it on “so called Scientific reasons” their farmers don’t want to compete with world grain markets, so they toss the red herring GMO out there, and block the importation of foreign grains. Th consumer pays double for domestic grains, and the local farm lobby is happy.

Jonesin'
Jonesin'

The stumbling block is ‘George Soros’…..need I say more?

bazzerman
bazzerman

Stop drinking Guiness and Newcastle Brown Ale? You must be mad – some of the drinks that you list I would hesitate to call beer, no matter what the manufacturers say – is Bud really a beer?

Darryl Kensley
Darryl Kensley

Awesome article! Surprised to see Guinness on the list!

ScotNot
ScotNot

In what world has high fructose corn syrup been banned from drinks? That one ‘fact’ shot a fatal hole in this article.

loveorganics
loveorganics

The author of the article probably did not mean banned as in by law. However, some stores such as Whole Foods, list them among “unacceptable ingredients for food” and choose not to allow products containing HFCS in their stores. http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/about-our-products/quality-standards/unacceptable-ingredients-food.

Also, many drinks choose to no longer use HFCS as a part of their ingredients. As of 2009, Snapple is one of them.

Holly Petrie
Holly Petrie

So where does Blue Moon fall on this list?

MVEMNT
MVEMNT

same!

loveorganics
loveorganics

Feel free to do some research and let us know. As you can see, others would like to know as well. Curiosity is a great reason to open up a book (or the web in this case)!

James Buchy
James Buchy

Quite possibly the stupidest list I have ever read. There is NOT ONE SHRED of evidence that GMOs are harmful in any way. And “natural flavors” is on the list? Look up “naturalistic fallacy” while you’re at it.

FrizzHed
FrizzHed

“Multiple animal studies show significant immune dysregulation, including upregulation of cytokines associated with asthma, allergy, and inflammation. Animal studies also show altered structure and function of the liver, including altered lipid and carbohydrate metabolism as well as cellular changes that could lead to accelerated aging and possibly lead to the accumulation of reactive oxygen species (ROS). Changes in the kidney, pancreas and spleen have also been documented. A recent 2008 study links GM corn with infertility, showing a significant decrease in offspring over time and significantly lower litter weight in mice fed GM corn. This study also found that over... Skaityti daugiau »

StuRuckus
StuRuckus

Was this a double blind study? Were all the animals in question kept in an environment with no outside interference? What were the control groups like? Where is this evidence. Cite sources please. Did you really link to some horrible website from the nineties? If they’re so smart maybe they could write some decent php. Sorry, I digress. I like your copypasta btw.

StuRuckus
StuRuckus

You didn’t “shred” anything, you didn’t cite sources, so you have failed to make me believe that you have any idea that what you are talking about even happened. Plus, this food the animals were fed, it didn’t happen to be hotpockets, because that stuff tears me up too.

Phleb
Phleb

https://www.aaemonline.org/gmo.php

Tai yra ryšys you pretend you want. Easy to find.

loveorganics
loveorganics

James, there needs to be just as much (and a lot more) evidence for GMOs as there are against it. People don’t want to be the lab rats. The problem with GMOs and any other modification of natural foods, is that the effects can hardly ever be pinned down on GMOs or anything else. As there are thousands of other things that could cause a “malfunction” within your body. When they are putting GMOs in food, and literally spend millions AGAINST labeling their own “world saving” ingredients, that is a red flag in almost any person’s book. Not to mention... Skaityti daugiau »

Actual Nutrition Scientist
Actual Nutrition Scientist

Labeling GMOs gives credibility to a non-existent threat. If you want labels, then label foods “GMO free”.

FrizzHed – are you referring to the rat study that was RETRACTED: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/study-linking-genetically-modified-corn-to-cancer/ ?

Dee
Dee

“Natural Flavors” is another name for MSG !

J. Marston
J. Marston

Any opinions on Finnigan’s Irish Amber? Its my fav casual drink and would hate to see it stuffed with bad stuff…

michael wikan
michael wikan

Queue hysterical anti gmo BS. Humans have been modifying plant genetics for thousands of years via crossbreeding. The fact is without gmo crops and advanced fertilization techniques more than half of humanity would starve to death immediately. So unless you are willing to take -personal- responsibility for a few Billion deaths, shut up.

There is a lot of hysteria about gmo effects but not a shred of evidence that stands up under examination.

Just more hippie-luddite anti technological Gaea worship.

Bigguns McGee
Bigguns McGee

Tell me more how humans were splicing DNA thousands of years ago. I’m all ears.

TheWhitechapelStalker
TheWhitechapelStalker

They weren’t “splicing” DNA as you call it, but thy have been manipulating things like corn and animals by genetic means. There is no proof that GMOs are harmful only anecdotal evidence. Knowing what I know, I can’t trust anyone that doesn’t cite references, sources, or have anything useful to say other than “Ermahgerd GMOs!”. Becoming hysterical about things that haven’t happened is sad.

arnoldas
arnoldas

Has geoengineering “happened”?

Brad Buhrkuhl
Brad Buhrkuhl

The difference between splicing and breeding is simple. One is precision based science and the other is just random hoping it works. The outcome is the same though. Different genetics. Just with splicing you know EXACTLY what you are getting: just the protein you want. With breeding, it is a crap shoot. There might be hundreds if not thousands of other differences.

Vikon99
Vikon99

You modify dna by crossbreeding strains of plants or animals to add traits to them not in the original version. It’s been going on since man domesticated wolves into dogs and ended up with pomeranians. It’s what you learn in grade school. (Rolls eyes)

These hysterical granola munching eco-hipsters hipsters kill me.

FloppyDrive
FloppyDrive

A good question would be – why do you come to an organic website to troll people? Food is a choice for me. I choose to eat organic. While it may be true that corn DNA is so ‘polluted’ that there is no such thing as non-GMO, I choose corn that has the least amount of pesticides. You can eat all the corn that makes its own pesticides. Anecdotal evidence is good enough for me – when in doubt, err on the side of caution. DDT is good for you? Monsanto is your friend?

Richard
Richard

The plants don’t produce their own pesticides or herbicides, they are resistant to the aforementioned. I can understand your uncertainty with pesticides and herbicides but genetic modification is not inherently harmful. I don’t think these people are trying to troll; they probably saw this article on facebook, were skeptical (as we all should be about the entire internet) and decided to bring some of the facts to light while these websites try to spread pseudoscience and scare you with scary buzzwords and bullshit about ingredients you know nothing about. By the way, you should focus more on eating locally regardless... Skaityti daugiau »

Jd Creager
Jd Creager

Do you have any idea what GMO really is?? It is simply hybrid plants, College students are paid to cut tassles from corn plants and then the tassles are brushed on other corn plants.

google Native American corn, ears were about 3 inches long, poorly developed and you could not eat it, it had to be ground to make a paste.

Same for Barley and Wheat and rice.. If you stopped eating everything that was called GMO you would starve.

Your stupid house dog is a GMO product, thats right its also called selective breeding.

samthor
samthor

Nice try, Monsanto…..

Bigguns McGee
Bigguns McGee

DNA splicing is different than hybridization. To link them is disingenuous at best.

Werner Heisenberg
Werner Heisenberg

They are entirely identical, only one is faster and more precise. As the parent poster pointed out, poodles and Monsanto pest-resistant corn are produced using the exact same techniques, only instead of needing many generations and having the messy job of getting increasingly smaller and more annoying dogs to get it on with each other, you can do it in one generation in a lab. If you want to hate Monsanto because they are evil and shitty, I’m with you, but don’t trash science in the process.

sysfailure0x5a
sysfailure0x5a

This is not true. Often the genes used are from completely different species. The genes put into corn originate from animals, not just plants. Crossbreeding is taking pollen from one plant and putting it on another and selecting the preferred offspring and doing it again. GMO is using a virus to insert the DNA into the plant that originated in a different animal.

Pete
Pete

That is called “hybridization” or cross pollination. GMO is DNA of non organic Glyphosate added to an existing plant structure.

Werner Heisenberg
Werner Heisenberg

Can you explain how in this strange land of yours you can have “DNA of non-organic Glyphosate”? I’m very curious how a non-organic pesticide acquires DNA, and why it would even need it.

Brian
Brian

Glyphosate is a herbicide, hot a pesticide

cujo
cujo

evading the question brian. and herbicides are still pesticides.
also it definitely makes 0 sense that an inorganic anything will have DNA. I believe the sentence you were looking for may be that they spliced the DNA so the plant would produce glyphosate or be resistant to it, I forget exactly what it is.

Steve McElroy
Steve McElroy

Ačiū!

CTReader
CTReader

I don’t want ROUNDUP in our food! We do organic & non-GMO in our house for good reason!

Saulėtas
Saulėtas

It’s a well documented fact that the world will have enough to eat food grown in the conventional way. Get an idea of what GMO is, man.

Sąskaita
Sąskaita

I use to think along the same lines but then I WOKE THE HELL UP! I strongly urge/beg of you to PLEASE Google MONSANTO and do some additional fact checking on the GMO topic before continuing to lead anymore innocent people down a very dangerous path. Hybridizing and crossbreeding are EXTREMELY different processes than the GMO process!!! It’s one thing to crossbreed a plant or animal to achieve an “interesting” new species …HOWEVER… when you “GMO” (GENETICALLY MODIFY) billions of plant seeds in a lab to start producing their own TOXIC WEED KILLER as they grow… its just a matter... Skaityti daugiau »

Jo
Jo

Watch out for those Natural Flavors!!

Matinė
Matinė

I can tell you with certainty that Budweiser has rice and Busch has corn, not vice versa like the article states. It even says so on the label. Also, as others have stated, isinglass is perfectly harmless. Very shoddy research here.

Amerikan Citizen
Amerikan Citizen

Heinekin contains enough adjuncts to be known as the Hangover King, yet it’s listed as a good alternative…along with every yuppie micro-brew in sight.
The article fails to mention that ANY beer brewed according to the Reinheitsgebot, or Purity Act (Germany) will be chemical-free, and contain only whole, natural ingredients. There are beers brewed in the States that follow these guidelines-NONE of which are mentioned.

loveorganics
loveorganics

Heineken is listed because it does not use GMO ingredients in its beer. It’s a good alternative for those who may not see any other alternatives at their local bars / liquor stores.

As always, we encourage users to share their knowledge, so we can all learn from each other. This article was submitted by a user who took their time and did their best in collecting the information. There are obviously a ton more healthier alternatives which we did not discover, so I am sure a lot of people would appreciate it if you shared what you know.

rudy
rudy

is funny how there is no mentioned that all of these contains…. well… how to put it… ALCOHOL 😉

Bigguns McGee
Bigguns McGee

Why would you want to drink beer and avoid alcohol?

mp
mp

Alcohol is a known carcinogen, which can’t be said for any of the things the article is warning you about.

johncocktoaston
johncocktoaston

Since all of these beers suck except for Guinness, I am interested to know just how much HFCS is actually in Guinness, the fish bladder thing doesn’t worry me.

Paulius
Paulius

This posts has so many holes in it it used words like “may” cause cancer and its trying to say dont buy domestic beer. Well atleast I dont see my two favorite Yeungling and Sam Adams!

beckernet
beckernet

I was looking for Yeungling, too. Surprised a big name like Sam Adams wasn’t reviewed, too.

Paulius Hopkinso
Paulius Hopkinso

All corn is genetically modified, corn as we know it doesn’t even exist in nature. It was bread from a plant that is totally different from what we know as corn today.

Beerdrinker
Beerdrinker

Drinking alcohol in general can be harmful to your health so why don’t we just stop drinking it altogether….

holliewolf
holliewolf

Guinness does not use high fructose corn syrup, I wrote and asked them, here is the response I got back:

Thank you for taking time to contact Guinness. Your feedback is important to us.

In response to your inquiry, no, we do not use high fructose corn syrup in Guinness Beer anywhere around the world. If there is anything else we could help you with now or in the future, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Once again, thank you for contacting Guinness.

Pagarbiai,

Jonas
Guinness Consumer Care Representative

cujo
cujo

Oh John <3 you are a saint. *sips Guinness*

mikrofonas
mikrofonas

The people over at worldtruth.tv ripped off your article word for word, just to let you know. That and your article is woefully lacking sources to argue in favor of your opinion; The ATSDR statement makes no mention of the concerns you brought up on Propylene Glycol.

TheWhitechapelStalker
TheWhitechapelStalker

I love the lack of knowledge and understanding about what has chemicals in it and what “GMO”s are. It’s sad, but hey, live how you want.

loveorganics
loveorganics

Would you say the same to your kids? Probably not. If you know something that the rest of us don’t seem to be getting, instead of criticizing others for not understanding, you should use this time to enlighten and present them with facts. If they choose to accept this evidence, then great, if not, at least you’ve tried. But no one likes someone who just stands there, watches and judges without being helpful or trying to make a change. There’s a reason why the comments section is added. It’s so we can contribute information and share it with others in... Skaityti daugiau »

PCamuck
PCamuck

There are many reasons to never drink most of these beers. GMO are the least of them. The main one being they are crappy beers.

SponsoredByMicroBrewsOfAmerica
SponsoredByMicroBrewsOfAmerica

How about doing some research and not basing your article on another article that GUESSES at what companies are including in their beer? That would make a world of difference.

loveorganics
loveorganics

All information and everything new is not “new” at all. They all come from things that already exist. There is nothing wrong in using another article as reference. We are here to share information and to grow our knowledge. While the author did their best making sure that the sources are reputable, that doesn’t meant that some of the information can’t be incorrect. Welcome to the internet. Do your own research, come share with us, and we’ll be more than happy to update the post as new facts unravel.

loveorganics
loveorganics

All information and everything new is not “new” at all. They all come from things that already exist. There is nothing wrong in using another article as reference. We are here to share information and to grow our knowledge. While the author did their best making sure that the sources are reputable, that doesn’t meant that some of the information can’t be incorrect. Welcome to the internet. Do your own research, come share with us, and we’ll be more than happy to update the post as new facts unravel.

George Klean
George Klean

Actually this article like the media twist’s and stretches the real truths to benefit themselves…It only makes me doubt everything stated here and creates a reverse effect. It’s why i’ve been staying away from anything so called organic. If i didn’t grow it in my very own garden, i wouldn’t call it Organic. No one knows what they really use during their growing process…Organic growers are just as corrupt as any big business including our Government….:-)

loveorganics
loveorganics

Organics.org does not get paid by anyone to provide free content to its users. As a matter a fact, we did / and do pay a lot of money in creating this website and maintaining it as it grows. The purpose is simple, it’s so we can learn from one another and create a healthier environment. “If i didn’t grow it in my very own garden, i wouldn’t call it Organic” – I don’t disagree with your stance, but the fact is, unfortunately, not everyone is going to grow their own food. So what’s the best option that is available... Skaityti daugiau »

Jtaras
Jtaras

“High fructose corn syrup has been long banned from many stores and drinks.”
On what planet????
Get grip on yourself. This is propaganda, slamming ALL of the domestic beers and marketing beers we never heard of, except Sierra Nevada and Heineken.
So, THEY must have commissioned this study!

loveorganics
loveorganics

Here’s our response to the initial sentence you quoted: The author of the article probably did not mean banned as in by law. However, some stores such as Whole Foods, list them among “unacceptable ingredients for food” and choose not to allow products containing HFCS in their stores. http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/about-our-products/quality-standards/unacceptable-ingredients-food Also, many drinks choose to no longer use HFCS as a part of their ingredients. As of 2009, Snapple is one of them. As for your last point, Organics.org doesn’t stand to profit regardless of what beers are on this list, or even how many people read the article. The fact... Skaityti daugiau »

loveorganics
loveorganics

Organics.org does not get paid by anyone to provide free content to its users. As a matter a fact, we did / and do pay a lot of money in creating this website and maintaining it as it grows. The purpose is simple, it’s so we can learn from one another and create a healthier environment. “If i didn’t grow it in my very own garden, i wouldn’t call it Organic” – I don’t disagree with your stance, but the fact is, unfortunately, not everyone is going to grow their own food. So what’s the best option that is available... Skaityti daugiau »

Jim Gilmore
Jim Gilmore

Fish bladder is used to produce gelatin. The same gelatin you use when you make JELL-O.

John Delcourt
John Delcourt

I’d like to see Peak Organic Brewing Company listed as a preferred choice.

http://www.nongmoproject.org/2014/03/18/peak-organic-brewing-becomes-first-non-gmo-project-verified-beer/

brisketman
brisketman

According to the International Program on Chemical Safety, caramel color does not exhibit carcinogenic properties. I wouldn’t base things off of California’s Proposition 65 as it is not held to the same scientific standards as many scientific organizations.

Al
Al

GMO’s have still not proven to be harmful for your health , I am still waiting for veritable truth on this.

Jen
Jen

I contacted Sam Adams and got some great information from them: Thank you for your question regarding the ingredients in our beer. When a drinker contacts us, we take their words as seriously as we brew our beer. We do not add any preservatives to our beer, nor do we use any adjuncts (sugar, rice, and corn), which lighten and cheapen it. Our beers are made with all-natural, high-quality ingredients. Samuel Adams Boston Lager was the first American beer to pass the German Beer Purity Law also known as the Reinheitsgebot. The Reinheitsgebot requires German brewers to only use the... Skaityti daugiau »

Brian
Brian

Glyphosate is a herbicide, hot a pesticide

cujo
cujo

evading the question brian. and herbicides are still pesticides.
also it definitely makes 0 sense that an inorganic anything will have DNA. I believe the sentence you were looking for may be that they spliced the DNA so the plant would produce glyphosate or be resistant to it, I forget exactly what it is.

CraftBeerEnthusiast
CraftBeerEnthusiast

I am very surprised that in this entire list of comments, no one has mentioned the fact that the vast majority of craft beer does not contain GMO products or any of the other additives mentioned (with the exception of fish bladder – isinglass). Most craft beers only contain water, yeast, hops, and barley. GMO hops do not exist, and GMO barley is certainly not common (I’m not even sure that it exists). There are also often additives to the water to produce specific levels of hardness, etc… but nothing that wouldn’t already be found in tap water. Other grains... Skaityti daugiau »

LimitedCentralGov
LimitedCentralGov

Beer making is a simple but fairly exacting art. Most of the grain sugars are converted to other products by the type of yeast used. Then we have Hops of several different varieties. All very different and producing different flavours. Table sugar makes a lot of acetone based products which leave your head extra sore. The Corn Sugar is nearly all converted to ethanol and carbon dioxide (pressure and fizz which makes the head form). Malt from grain is mainly converted to alcohol and the proteins, vitamins and minerals. A real shame the filter most of the really good part... Skaityti daugiau »

Howie
Howie

Not true that no laboratory studies prove the deleterious effects of gmo food. In one major study rats that were fed strictly gmo food died a year or so later of cancer and tumors. Rats fed non gmo lived out natural life spans between 2 to 3 years.

Herbie
Herbie

WELL–THANK GOODNESS I DRINK HEINIKEN–THE COMPANY IS 160 YEARS OLD–AND I HAVE HAD KTHE PLEASURE OF ITS TASTE FOR 50 OF THOSE YEARS–AND MADE A GREAT INVESTMENT IN THEIR STOCK IN 1989

Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious

It’s funny that everyone is arguing about the health value of GMOs and fish bladder in a drink who’s primary active ingredient is poison….. if you’re willing to drink that, in moderation or not, why not the other crap?

Sąskaita
Sąskaita

In reply to some of the folks INCORRECTLY posting information about GMO’s…) I use to think along the same lines as you but then I WOKE THE HELL UP! I strongly urge/beg of you to PLEASE Google MONSANTO and do some additional fact checking on the GMO topic before continuing to lead anymore innocent people down a very dangerous path. Hybridizing and crossbreeding are EXTREMELY different processes than the GMO process!!! It’s one thing to crossbreed a plant or animal to achieve an “interesting” new species… HOWEVER… when you “GMO” (GENETICALLY MODIFY) billions of plant seeds in a lab to... Skaityti daugiau »

ietis
ietis

What about Peak Organic? Is it any good?

MausP
MausP

that’s why german beers are the best: only water, hops, malt and yeast…
forget that american crap…

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