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Jul 22, 2015 · Sweet potatoes are actually 8,000 year old GMOs. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock. Take the sweet potato, for example. A recent study found that sweet potatoes were bred some 8,000 years ago out of the swollen parts of regular potato roots. In other words, they didn’t exist until humans tinkered with them.
It was a very casual observation, but normal potatoes already contain about 90 mg alpha-aminoadipate per kg (according to fooDB), which means that GM potatoes may have more alpha-aminoadipate than the GM corn variety LY038. The story of LY038 corn can tell us much about the food safety risks of the GMO potatoes I developed.
Mar 01, 2017 · Despite these concerted efforts by shadowy forces in the GMO industry and the UK and US governments who sought to prevent its publication, the study subsequently passed rigorous peer-review by a far larger than usual panel of scientists, and was published in the leading scientific journal, The Lancet (1999) Dr. Stanley Ewen, co-author of the study, stated that after publication, his career ...
In the early days of the GMO experiment, Arpad Pustzai, a respected Scottish biologist, studied the original GM potato and found dramatic health risks showing that the potatoes damaged the gut, immune system, and other organs of lab animals; the study helped lead to the current climate of skepticism and bans on the cultivation of GM crops throughout Europe.
Nov 20, 2014 · Credible, independent scientists have studied the RNAi technology used to create Simplot’s Innate potato. Due to their research, they’ve warned that this technology is untested and inherently risky. Even the USDA’s own scientists have called for independent safety testing of this technology before it is sent into our food system and ...
Jun 11, 2013 · (Reuters) - Pigs fed a diet of only genetically modified grain showed markedly higher stomach inflammation than pigs who dined on conventional feed, according to a new study by a team of Australian scientists and U.S. researchers.
Jan 24, 2015 · 1. There is no consensus on GM food safety. Regarding the safety of GM crops and foods for human and animal health, a comprehensive review of animal feeding studies of GM crops found ‘An equilibrium in the number [of] research groups suggesting, on the basis of their studies, that a number of varieties of GM products (mainly maize and soybeans) are as safe and nutritious as the respective ...
TOP 10 CONSUMER QUESTIONS ABOUT GMOS,ANSWERED. GMO Answers and the Council for Biotechnology Information conducted a nationwide survey to answer consumers’ most pressing questions about genetically modified organisms (GMOs). We compiled the top 10 questions and reached out to scientists, farmers, economists and other experts to provide answers.
Dec 09, 2015 · FDA’s approval came after a long process of study beginning in the 1990s, making AquAdvantage possibly the longest-studied and most thoroughly tested and vetted food product in FDA’s history.
More than 20 scientists, researchers, agricultural and industry experts reviewed over 20 years of data since GMOs were introduced, including nearly 900 studies and publications, animal studies, allergenicity testing, and North American and European health data and concluded that GMOs pose no risk to our health.