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      • Could GMOs Be Making Us Sick? Most probably yes, especially our children. Statistics have shown that just within the past few years alone, allergies, asthma, obesity, and even some cancers have gone up amongst our children, which has sparked me to write this post about GMOs.
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  2. Sep 15, 2017 · Can Eating GMO Foods Make You Sick? By Peter Maldonado on Sep 15, 2017. Foods containing GMOs (genetically modified organisms) have taken over America's food supply in astonishing numbers and are posing serious health risks for all of us. The Center for Food Safety, a nonprofit watchdog agency, reports that overwhelming percentages of genetically engineered (GE) crops are grown from genetically modified (GMO) seeds, affecting:

  3. Nov 20, 2008 · Two new government studies, published within days of each other, point to disturbing health hazards of genetically modified (GM) foods. On November 13th, a study by the Italian National Institute of Research on Food and Nutrition showed how GM corn caused significant immune system changes in mice, related to allergic and inflammatory responses. The corn, sold by Monsanto, contains a gene that produces the toxic “Bt” pesticide in every cell–and in every bite.

  4. Jul 08, 2019 · Google “GMOs” and you will find a plethora of scary statements: “GMOs damage our microbiome and can cause a leaky gut.” “GMO wheat created gluten allergies.” “GMOs may make my genes mutate and cause cancer.” “Eating a GM diet causes liver damage.” “Stomach lesions are linked to FLAVR SAVR tomatoes. ...

  5. May 10, 2019 · Consuming genetically modified organisms, GMOs, like soybeans and corn, might cause unexpected effects like allergic reactions. Genetically modified organisms, GMOs, seem to offer the most effective way to feed the 795 million people who don't have enough food. The public, however, has shown resistance to products made using these organisms.

  6. Dec 21, 2008 · Two new government studies, published within days of each other, point to disturbing health hazards of genetically modified (GM) foods. On November 13th, a study by the Italian National Institute of Research on Food and Nutrition showed how GM corn caused significant immune system changes in mice, related to allergic and inflammatory responses.

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