what was being said about GMOs in the bookall i know is that, regardless of how harmful they are, they're definitely something that ought to be labeled
"But if you're looking fror an unbiased opinion, how about the American Academy of Environmental Medicine? They've said: 'There's so much evidence of harm from anbimal feeding studies (GMO crops are fed to livestock) including reporductive disorders, immune system problems, accelerated aging and more.' (Source) And data from our very own U.S. department of agriculture says that over the first thirteen years of commerical use of GMO, herbicide in the U.S. increased by 383 million pounds. (Source)Once GMS are released in the wild there's no way to control them. The harsh chemicals farmers use on these biocrops contaimnate every other field around the area, and they ruin organically grown crops on other farms when the wind carries their pollen or seed to far-flung destinations."
I heard someone else at work saying that a study with lab rats found that the one group who ate GMO-treated soy had reproductive issues and other health problems within 3 generations."
Quote from: Eli on March 02, 2018, 08:51:08 PMI heard someone else at work saying that a study with lab rats found that the one group who ate GMO-treated soy had reproductive issues and other health problems within 3 generations."even if this were true that doesn't really mean anything since rats aren't human and that 2.5% difference we have in DNA is pretty substantial. not to mention the fact that the size difference alone means that whatever is in those GMOs that does that to rats would need to be substantially higher in quantity to produce the same effect in humans if we assume that the effects carry over.
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