Why You Are Insane If You Think GMOs Are Safe

2 reasons why GMO’s are dangerous:
1. Novel proteins that man has never ingested
2. Roundup residue on food.

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You are insane if you are drinking Biotech’s GMO-infused Kool-Aid. Here’s why…

Let’s put aside the debate about antigenic proteins introduced by transgenes in GMO crops. Transgenes are genes from species that are not naturally present in crops of feed or food importance, e.g. spider genes, bacterial genes, viral genes, etc. These transgenes are capable of producing proteins in the plants that have never been in the human diet over the course of human evolution, stretching back thousands, even millions of years. GM proponents and regulators claim pseudo-scientifically that these novel new GM foods are ‘substantially equivalent‘ to conventional ones, despite a lack of human clinical toxicology studies to prove it; or, they claim that these proteins are inconsequential and do not represent a threat to human health, or the health of the biosphere as whole because…

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One Response to Why You Are Insane If You Think GMOs Are Safe

  1. Steve Johnson says:

    I eat paleo – I don’t even think that the novel proteins found in non-GMO wheat are safe to eat (celiac as an extreme reaction). These are proteins that people have 20k years of adaptation to – who the hell knows about the safety of completely novel proteins?

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