By now, most people are aware that the food they eat has been genetically altered. Monsanto Company, maker of dangerous herbicides and pesticides, has altered crops such as wheat, rice, corn, soybeans and cotton by inserting a gene to resist the herbicides and insecticides he created. This means that the food contains these dangerous chemicals as part of the plant's DNA. The insecticides are built in.
One problem that Monsanto has already encountered is the insects that have built an immunity to the insecticides and herbicides. This meant that the company had to use stronger chemicals and alter the plants once again. So, a meal of corn-on-the-cob, biscuits, rice and gravy and pork chops contains a large amount of poison. Yes, even the pork has been genetically altered.
Often referred to as Frankenfoods, many of the foods eaten today contains genes from goats, humans, mice and insecticides. When the DNA in food changes, the human body has difficulty breaking it down, digesting and metabolizing it. If the human body can't do these things, it becomes malnourished and sick. Yet, Monsanto tells us the food is safe and will feed more people worldwide.
Other countries refuse to buy our GMO-foods because they read the independent studies showing the dangers. The US reads the self-generated reports of the companies producing the GMO-foods. This is the same scenario of the IRS auditing itself or Hillary Clinton finding she did no wrong in the Benghazi massacre.
Non-GMO Project has this information on GMO foods:
Although studies on humans have not been done, scientists
are reporting a growing number of studies that examine the
effects of GM foods on laboratory animals.
Rats fed GM tomatoes developed stomach ulcerations.
Liver, pancreas and testes function was disturbed in mice fed GM soya.
GM peas caused allergic reactions in mice.
Rats fed GM oilseed rape developed enlarged livers,
often a sign of toxicity.
GM potatoes fed to rats caused excessive growth
of the lining of the gut similar to a pre-cancerous
Rats fed insecticide-producing GM maize grew more
slowly, suffered problems with liver and kidney function,
and showed higher levels of certain fats in their blood.
Rats fed GM insecticide-producing maize over three
generations suffered damage to liver and kidneys and
showed alterations in blood biochemistry.
Old and young mice fed with GM insecticide-producing
maize showed a marked disturbance in immune system
cell populations and in biochemical activity.
Mice fed GM insecticide-producing maize over four
generations showed a buildup of abnormal structural
changes in various organs (liver, spleen, pancreas),
major changes in the pattern of gene function in the
gut, reflecting disturbances in the chemistry of this
organ system (e.g. in cholesterol production, protein
production and breakdown), and, most significantly,
Mice fed GM soya over their entire lifetime (24
months) showed more acute signs of aging in their
Rabbits fed GM soya showed enzyme function
disturbances in kidney and heart.
To learn the actual truth about genetically altered foods, your health and the effect of GMOs on the environment, click on NON-GMO Project.org. Big corporations spend billions of dollars combined to keep the public from learning the truth and to keep GMO foods unlabeled as such. What are they hiding?
People suffering from allergies to wheat, corn, soybeans, cotton and hundreds of other foods and textiles should consider the source may be GMOs.