Especially if you don't have anything incriminating, it will be easier to give the password show that you don't have anything and just go on and change your password
Here's the problem with that: It establishes a pattern of behavior. What about the next time? If there is a next time maybe they say, "But you gave it willingly last time, why not now? What are you hiding from us now?" Also what if they install spyware of some sort on your device while they have access to it? 'I'm not doing anything wrong so I have nothing to fear' just doesn't cut it, as you can see; you're a citizen of an allegedly free country that allegedly observes human and civil rights; you shouldn't be treated like an enemy of the state to begin with, and giving in to them even once just sets you up for being abused in the future. You must take a stand the first time and every time to send a clear message that you won't allow your rights to be abused.
How many years of testing is enough for you
As many as it takes to be 99.9% sure it's not going to cause harm to human or animal life.
and what do you base that requirement on?
A human generation or two, we'll know if there is any genetic damage to humans being caused by eating GMO foods.
Either of these strategies are far better than buying flavored water with weird chemicals added
I agree with you. However, the best option is to drink just water, and get your nutrients from other sources -- like whole fruits and vegetables, wasting nothing, and getting the entire benefit of the food.
Excessive meat consumption is the leading cause.
Oh really? Let's see here.. 'TED talks' don't mean a thing, by the way. But I did research 'red meat consumption' and 'diabetes' and came up with an article about some actual research that had this to say:
âoeThe final proof in humans will be much harder to come by,â Varki said. âoeBut on a more general note, this work may also help explain potential connections of red meat consumption to other diseases exacerbated by chronic inflammation, such as atherosclerosis and type 2 diabetes.
So let's summarize: They genetically modify some mice, then feed them insane amounts of some sugar molecule that is found in red meat, and lo-and-behold! They get weird tumors and stuff. How amazing! But note the wording there: "The final proof in humans will be much harder to come by.." "this mayalso help explain.." Nothing is proven yet. By the way if you're a vegetarian or vegan then I question your motives.
Along with that, I think somebody should point out that fuit juice is almost as bad as soda
Yes, they should, and anyone that disagrees with you is, in my opinion, deeply in denial and needs to acknowledge the truth: 'fruit juice' is just more flavored sugar water, devoid of any real nutrition. Nutritionists, trainers, coaches, etc., will tell you 'don't drink your calories'. You want fruit? Eat whole fruit, don't drink their juices. That being said if you're trying to avoid sugars then don't eat much fruit, except as a treat.
Just to be clear -- most flavors of Chobani yogurt contains more sugar per ounce than Coca Cola. That's what a "no sugar added" [foodnavigator-usa.com] label gets you these days
If you want yogurt, then you get plain Fage greek yogurt. If you want it flavored with something then you add it yourself, or put the yogurt into something else. By the way most nutrition labels show how many grams of sugars there are in something, not just all carbohydrates.
May all your PUSHes be POPped.