What You Need to Know About Your Food

Genetically Modified Organisms or GMOs is when genes from one plant or animal are physically transferred into plants or animals of different species, to alter its natural state for the purpose of sustainability. This is not an extension of natural breeding. In fact, there is nothing natural about this food. There are many risks involved in manufacture and consume GM foods.

GMO foods are very dangerous for our health as it contains many chemicals. Many people are suffering from a life-threatening disease. There are some lawyers who are working to help these patients and provide them some financial compensation from the company. You can search for Monsanto roundup lawsuit through

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According to the Institute for Responsible Technology, the most commercialized GM crops in the United States including soybeans, cotton, canola, sugar beet, corn, Hawaiian papaya, zucchini, and yellow squash neck. This "Franken foods" now comes at the cellular level to remove pesticides.

When the bug eats these plants, their stomachs explode, thus killing the bugs but not plants. Think about it for a moment. Pesticides are intended to kill things. Why that would be safe for human or animal consumption? Well, many studies have proven that they are not.

When you eat foods designed to kill pests, chemicals get into your digestive system. They do not discriminate. They can cause damage to the lining of your intestines which in turn cause "leaky gut syndrome".

Studies Humans show how food genetically modified can leave chemicals behind in our body, may cause long-term problems.

Doug Parks