Table of contents for Your right to know : genetic engineering and the secret changes in your food / Andrew Kimbrell ; [preface by Nell Newman].

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface:	Nell Newman
Foreword:	Andrew Kimbrell
	
1.	The Real Human Health Risks 
A Pediatrician Speaks Out: Dr. Martha Herbert
Got Hormones?
Of Fish Tomatoes and Human Pigs
Allergic Reactions
Antibiotic Resistance 
Toxic Genes
Weakening immune response
Loss of Nutrition
2.	Ending Nature as We Know It 
A Scientist Speaks Out: Dr. Ignacio Chapela 
The Trojan Gene Effect
Biological Pollution
Herbicide Heaven
The Dawn of the "Super Weeds"
Every Field a Pesticide Factory
Breeding Super Pests
3.	Sowing Seeds of Destruction 
A Farmer Speaks Out: Mark Loiselle, Canadian organic farmer
Where Have All the Farmers Gone?
Genetic Engineering and the Persecution of Farmers
Just Saying No 
4.	A Quick Guide to Genetically Engineered Foods in Your Supermarket
Shopping Overview
The Quick Guide Supermarket Tour
Fruits and Vegetables
At the Meat and Fish Counter
In the Dairy Case
Alternative Dairy Products
Eggs
Grains and Beans
Snack Foods
Canned Foods
Bread, Baked Goods, and Baking Supplies
Cereals and Breakfast Bars
Sodas and Juices
Frozen Foods
Soups and Sauces
Condiments, Oils, Dressings and Spreads
Baby Food
Infant Formula
Chocolate Products and Candy
5.	Choosing the Future of Food 
An Activist Speaks Out: Els Cooperider
Get Involved! Ten Things You Can Do to Choose the Future of Food
Spread the Word
B.Y.O.B. - Begin In Your Own Backyard
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is-Literally: Using Your 
Personal Buying Power
Think Globally, Buy Locally: Farm-fresh Foods
May I Speak to the Manager? Talking to People with Purchasing 
Power 
Shop With Shared Values: Changing the Buying Power in Your 
Community
Get Organized: Join or Start a Local Group
Don't Like the News? Go Out and Make Your Own: Using Your Local 
Media
Food and Politics: Empowering Democracy
Stay Informed, Stay Involved. Join the Center for Food Safety's True 
Food Network
APPENDICES: 
1.	More Shopper's Resources
Shopper's List of GE-Free Brands
Top U.S. Food Companies and their Policies on GE Ingredients
Guide to Processed-food Additives 
2.	Community Organizing Resources
Community Organizing Guide 
Community Media Guide
3.	For Further Research
Organizations and Web Resources
Further Reading

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Genetically modified foods.
Food -- Biotechnology.
Food preferences.