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      • These potatoes are marketed as bruise-resistant and as healthier to eat than regular potatoesoes because they contain lower than average levels of a natural amino acid that forms carcinogen acrylamide during cooking. Dr. Rommens says the GMO potatoes are not truly bruise-resistant but bruise-concealing.
      www.gmoscience.org/genetic-engineer-renounces-his-gmo-potatoes/#:~:text=These potatoes are marketed as bruise-resistant and,GMO potatoes are not truly bruise-resistant but bruise-concealing.
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    Studies Showing Damage. “Several animal studies indicate serious health risks associated with genetically modified (GM) food (AAEM 2009),” including infertility, immune problems, accelerated aging, faulty insulin regulation, and changes in major organs and the gastrointestinal system. The AAEM has asked physicians to advise all patients to avoid GM foods.

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    Removing or reducing GMO foods from your diet may offer serious improvements in digestive issues, energy levels, weight, food allergies or sensitivities, anxiety and depression, and other chronic health conditions, according to a new peer-reviewed article published in the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine.

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