Monsanto Rejection Increases

Why should the so-called science of genetically-engineered food need protection? Mark Bittman, lead food columnist for the Times magazine, poses that question in his April 2nd column writing, "Genetic engineering in agriculture has disappointed many people who once had hopes for it." After failure after failure and tests showing how GMOs negatively impact the human body, it's great to see bigger media outlets begin to report what we already know. As a matter of fact, a new study published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Hermatology & Thromboembolic Diseases has reveled that GMOs indeed damage and toxify human blood cells, and can consequently lead the development of deadly blood diseases like anemia and leukemia. Long-term exposure to GM toxins have proven to cause systematic damage to human health. In other words, there is no sound scientific basis for use of certain toxins in food products consume by humans, as they are clearly unsafe.


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