TED won’t talk truth about food


TED, a global set of conferences owned by the private non-profit Sapling Foundation, has urged organizers to reject so called bad science when referring to GMOs, food as medicine, and how food affects behavioral disorders. Calling the research behind these topics psuedoscience, TED (who ironically is known for its slogan “ideas worth spreading”) is silencing any discussion concerning these topics, as revealed in a December 7 letter

80 percent of the world relies on plant-based medicine, whereas 25 percent of prescription medicine is derived from plants. 

Conversations about the future, medical effects , and acknowledgment of what is in our food should be addressed in an open conversation, where people can voice their opinions based on research equally. 


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