160 Years Later, Scientists Grow a GM Potato That Could Have Prevented the Irish Potato Famine Genetically modified potatoes resistant to potato blight were designed in Ireland A memorial to the ...
T hough much of the controversy around genetically modified crops is driven by the belief that the process of moving genes from one species to another is “unnatural,” new research shows some 1 ...
Many staunch food advocates are aggressively pushing for everything GMO ... GMOs Can Be Seen Naturally in Sweet Potatoes, Study Suggests ... according to a new study. Scientists claim to have ...
Cancer is like a fungus. If you feed cancer more cancer causing food (mutagens) consistently, you die, as your organs get choked out by cancer's "webs" that feed off carcinogens and free radicals. Cancer needs fuel, and it get its "food" from chemical food agents and GMO. One new variety of GM potato could show up in Idaho as early as next year.
If you are still unconvinced that the effort and expense required to avoid GMOs for your family is worth it, below is a list of 11 scientific reasons why you should reconsider. Processed food containing GMOs is not really food – it is a chemistry experiment. Be sure your family opts out.
Genetically engineered foods are created by inserting genes from other species into their DNA. Engineered foods in the U.S. include soy, corn, cottonseed oil, canola oil, and dairy from cows treated with a genetically engineered hormone, among others.
The Food and Drug Administration recently approved of two GMO foods, potatoes and apples, as safe and equally nutritious as conventional varieties, and they’re pushing to get these items to a grocery store near you. The Approval of GMO Foods Apples and Potatoes. The new approval is covering six varieties of potatoes and two varieties of apples.
In a paper published in eLife a few months ago, the scientists report that the transgenic pigs indeed produced less nitrogen and phosphorus in their feces, had a faster growth rate, and boosted their feed conversion—the proportion of food that turns into meat.
Research has shown that some native or non-native plants in the US can exchange genes with specific crops such as sunflowers, carrots, sorghum, rapeseed, and wheat. Scientists have studied this type of gene flow because transgenes and novel traits might change wild plant survival, natural plant communities, or ecosystem services over time.
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