9. GMOs

Consumer Voice - - Feature -

The United States En­vi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency (EPA) states that chlo­rine gas is a dan­ger­ous ir­ri­tant that is not safe to in­hale and in large quan­ti­ties can be lethal. White flour lurks in many pro­cessed foods. White pro­cessed flour has a very high gly­caemic rate that quickly raises the blood sugar level and in­sulin lev­els, and this can be a di­rect cause of di­a­betes, not to men­tion the premise that it spreads can­cer cells by feed­ing the cells di­rectly.

Ge­net­i­cally mod­i­fied or­gan­isms, more com­monly called GMOs, are foods that have been mod­i­fied by chem­i­cals and grown with chem­i­cals.

In a study done by Dr Pusz­tai at the Rowett In­sti­tute in Scot­land, rats were fed GMO foods, es­pe­cially pota­toes. All rats showed dam­aged im­mune sys­tems, pre-can­cer­ous cell growths, along with smaller brains and liv­ers, in just the first 10 days of the project.

The FDA has NO test­ing pro­ce­dures for GMO foods. None. The only hu­man study ever pub­lished showed that those for­eign genes that were present in GM food trans­ferred to the DNA in the bac­te­ria in our di­ges­tive sys­tems.

GMOs do not have to be listed on food la­bels, so read care­fully and look for la­bels that state that the food is GMO-free.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from India

© PressReader. All rights reserved.