• Epsilon
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  • Aquaculture .

It is anticipated that worldwide population will reach 9.6 billion people by 2050. As a result, food security is becoming a major issue. With a growing number of mouths to feed, we must find a way to produce more food with a limited amount of agricultural resources. What's the answer? Aquaculture. At least it's one of the answers. Aquaculture, also known as fish farming or aquafarming, is the practice of farming aquatic organisms such as fish, shellfish, and aquatic plants.…

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  • Michael Lee
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  • cancer . nutrition . obesity . sugar .

It is finally becoming common knowledge that the foods we eat contain far too much sugar. The history of sugar and its use in our foods in this country is long, but to provide a simple overview: - In the 1960s and 1970s, scientists began collecting evidence that foods with saturated fat could raise LDL cholesterol and, therefore, increase the risk of heart disease. - As a result, in 1976 Senator George McGovern called a hearing to raise attention to the…

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  • Michael Lee
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  • gmo . salmon .

Update: Megan published my comments. It was a simple misunderstanding as they landed in her spam. So definitely no harm, no foul. I leave my post below for anyone interested in the topic of GMO salmon. I thank you, Megan, for the opportunity to add input on your blog and I definitely appreciate the transparency. --- This topic deviates a bit from what I generally write about but I feel that I should put it out there for the sake of…

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