DNA From Genetically Modified Crops Can Be Transferred Into Humans Who Eat Them

When it comes to genetically modified crops and foods, we really have no idea of what the long term effects will be on the public. The very first commercial sale of genetically modified foods was only twenty years ago in the year 1994, genetically modified crops have infiltrated animal feed since 1996.

Geneticist David Suzuki recently expressed his concern, saying that human beings are part of a “massive genetic experiment” over many years, as thousands of people continue to consume GMO’s, and it makes sense.

We report evidence that meal-derived DNA fragments which are large enough to carry complete genes can avoid degradation and through an unknown mechanism enter the human circulation system.

What biotechnology and biotech corporations like Monsanto have done, is they have allowed for the transfer of genes from one to the other without any regard for the biological limitations, or constraints. The problem with this is that it is based on very bad science.

There are studies linking GMO’s and pesticides to various ailments.

It’s not a mystery why most countries around the world have completely banned GMO’s.



1996 – 2013 Seed Industry Structure (src)

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