How are GM foods different than regular foods?
- ExploringLifeLv 76 years agoFavorite Answer
Plants and animals can be genetically altered. Those can then be processed into foods.
Instead of natural selection and breeding, genetic engineering takes DNA from one species and injects/splices it into another.
We generally know the health results from eating the foods we've been eating for some time. Now, apparently there has been little scientific, independent studies of animals and humans consuming most of the GE/BMO foods.
Results of Best foods: Amazing 70yr old woman vs typical USDA food results, using her backyard
You cannot rely on the government deciding what is good to consume.
Manufactured Fructose (corn sugar) = POISON, and Aspartame: it's a contaminated (mercury) industrial byproduct that spikes blood-sugar levels, increases hunger, damages the liver, causes the intestines to leak feces causing body-wide inflamation leading to weight gain, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, dementia, effects female systems, and can limit growth. It makes up 15% of the avg diet, effecting 75M Americans; manufacturers mis-quote independent experts and refuse to ship samples to the FDA. It is the RED FLAG that the food is bad. This fructose is not the same as a fruit's complex fructose that is bound to fiber.
UltraWellness TV with Mark Hyman, M.D.; Barry Popkin Phd UNC School of Public Health
How Monsanto is impacting the world, why it's voted the most evil corporation in the world. How does that effect your health?
Obama Signs The Monsanto Protection Act - Seeds Of Death
Azodicarbonamide: a food additive banned in the U.K., Europe, and Australia. In Singapore, you get up to 15 years in prison and a fine of $450,000. But not at Subway.
Hope these help. Decide for yourself.
- Anonymous6 years ago
GM foods cause Allergies and death. Non GMO foods don't.
GMO Foods are produced by evil sick F*U*C*K*S who should be SHOT to death. Non-GMO Foods are are produced by farmers who are struggling because of the wicked sick F*U*C*KS who generate the GMO foods.