The Dangers of GMO Foods and How to Avoid Them
- Food allergies and sensitivities2
- Increased risk of antibiotic resistance
- Brain cognition issues (memory and focus)
- Mood disorders (anxiety, depression)
- Weakened immunity
- Accelerated aging
- Sleep disorders
- Digestive problems
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Aug 14, 2015 · The Dangers of GMOs. Aside from grave doubts about the quality and integrity of risk assessments, I also have specific science-based concerns over GMOs. These concerns are mostly particular to specific transgenes and traits. Many GMO plants are engineered to contain their own insecticides.
As genetically modified (GM) foods are starting to intrude in our diet concerns have been expressed regarding GM food safety. These concerns as well as the limitations of the procedures followed in the evaluation of their safety are presented. Animal toxicity studies with certain GM foods have shown …
- Artemis Dona, Ioannis S. Arvanitoyannis
In a 2015 Pew Research Center survey of consumers, 57% of adults believe that eating GMO foods is unsafe, while 37% say they believe it is generally safe. Yet, science continues to suggest that there is no substantiated evidence that GMO foods are less safe than non-GMO derived food products.
- Stacey Stearns
Glycophosphate is a toxin that is greatly used in GMO foods and has been linked to many illnesses such as Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s, Autism. It has also been known to be linked to breast...
Feb 15, 2019 · The process of genetic engineering that brings about GMO food does seem suspicious. ... you can see the potential for a dangerous one-two punch to California’s agricultural industry.
Corn is the most commonly grown crop in the United States, and most of it is GMO. Most GMO corn is created to resist insect pests or tolerate herbicides. Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) corn is a GMO...
Apr 23, 2018 · It is not possible to prove a food is safe, only to say that no hazard has been shown to exist. The fears of G.M.O.s are still theoretical, like the possibility that insertion of one or a few genes...
Jul 02, 2020 · This is because GMO foods contain foreign genes, so some people worry that they harbor genes from foods that may prompt an allergic reaction.