Problems With GMO Food

GMOs (genetically modified foods) are one of the biggest health disasters, they were introduced in 1996 and since then in 9 years some chronic diseases have jumped from 7% to 13% and food allergies have multiplied.

'The American Academy of Environmental Medicine' has urged doctors to prescribe a non-GMO diet because research shows GMO foods cause damage to vital organs, immune system problems, accelerated aging, infertility, and dysfunctional regulation of insulin and cholesterol.

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Genetically modified foods such as corn and soybeans are modified so that they can resist herbicides that are sprayed on plants to kill weeds but not kill plants. There are concerns that GMO foods can pose health risks, including antibiotic resistance, the creation of new poisons and increased allergies.

GM foods are more widely used now and don't need to be labeled so that you, consumers, can buy GE food and don't realize it. Also, pollen, bees, insects, and wind can move these contaminated plants to nearby organic plants; this spread can be a disaster.

In the US, about 85% of the corn planted is genetic engineering and 91-93% of all soybeans are genetic engineering. Therefore, almost all the foods you buy contain corn or soybeans, which contain GMOs, except organic.

Other common foods include cotton seeds, canola, milk containing rBGH, rennet (used to make hard cheese) and aspartame (NutraSweet).