A few words about genetic modification of products

This article is an excerpt from materials approved for publication by the Institute for Responsible Technologies. The bitter truth about the devastating impact of genetic engineering on human health. The American Academy of Environmental Medicine encourages physicians to prescribe a non-GMO diet for all patients. They cite animal experiments that confirm damage to the organs of the gastrointestinal tract, impaired immune systems, accelerated aging, and infertility. Similar studies on humans show how genetically modified foods leave their substances in our body, which is most likely the cause of the development of further diseases. The genes present in GM soy are able to transform into the DNA of the bacterium that lives inside us. Toxic insecticides from genetically modified corn have been found in the blood of a pregnant woman and the fetus of her child. The increased number of health problems associated with GMOs was first presented in 1996. The percentage of Americans with three or more chronic diseases rose from 7% to 13% within 9 years. Soared the incidence of food allergies, autism, problems of the reproductive system, digestion, and so on. At the moment, there is not enough evidence that the consumption of GMOs is a significant factor in the occurrence of the above problems. However, a number of doctors urge us to “not wait until it’s too late” and offer to protect ourselves and our children from possible risks. The American Public Health Association and the Nurses Association are among the organizations condemning the use of GM bovine growth hormone because the milk from these cows contains high levels of the hormone IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor 1), which has been directly linked to cancer. GMOs infect the body forever GMOs are cross-pollinated and their seeds are easily transported, which makes it impossible to completely cleanse our polluted genotype. Self-propagating GMO contamination will survive the effects of global warming and nuclear waste. Its potential impact is enormous and threatens the health of future generations. GMO contamination has also caused economic losses for farmers trying to keep their crops clean. Between 1996 and 2008, American farmers sprayed an additional 750 million kilograms of herbicide (chemical weed control) on GMOs. Over-irrigation with these kinds of chemicals results in “superweeds” that are resistant to the herbicide. This leads farmers to use even more toxic herbicides every year. Thus, GMOs are not only an environmentally harmful product, but also contain residues of toxic herbicides. Some of their herbicides have been linked to infertility, cancer, and hormonal imbalances. Genetic engineering comes with dangerous side effects By mixing the genes of completely disparate species, genetic engineering contributes to the formation of side effects. Moreover, regardless of the type of genes introduced, the very process of growing GM crops leads to massive damage, such as the introduction of new toxins, allergies, carcinogens, and nutrient deficiencies in foods. :

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