It's high time we recognize that the wisdom about food security we've learned over millennia will serve us better than economic theories that weigh the value of food against immediate profit instead of against potential eventual starvation.
One way we can expand the benefits of biotechnology is to develop regulatory systems based on science, not politics. Impractical legal obstacles are stopping genetically-enhanced crops from saving millions from starvation.
Last year, Silk Soy--while continuing to offer a somewhat higher-priced organic option--pushed the majority of its soy milk to "natural". It changed Silk from the world's largest organic brand into, well, not.
Advertisements are plentiful for all kinds of products and supplements that purport to improve longevity or fend off disease. What may be harder to find, however, are ways you can influence these yourself.