A lot of attention has already been paid to the study of GM Corn. Recent experiments have shown that these GM foods can cause severe health problems. This has eventually led people to believe that they were earlier misguided about the safety of consuming GM Corn. It has been seen that consumption of these food products can lead to early death, serious internal organ failure and other such severe problems. Speculation
Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of our lives premiered in the Wilmette public library. Based on Jeffrey Smith's book, Seeds of deception, the movie makes people aware of the harmful effects of genetically modified foods. Followed by an interactive session by Joan Levin from the John Hopkin's University, the programme mainly focussed on the steps that can be taken to avoid GMO's to ensure the protection of one's family.
The birth rate in the United States is going down drastically and the same has been noted as lowest this year which has broken the record for 1920 which was said to have the lowest birth rate till day. The real reason for this decline has not been revealed yet but experts believe that maybe GM food is the culprit which has led to this condition. The discussions that can GM food actually affect the birth rate or reduc
Numerous arguments are being used to defend GMO foods. But one of the biggest fibs doing rounds is that these foods are safe for consumption. Actually, no study till date has established the long term effects of consuming GMO foods. The fact remains that there are studies which prove that GMOs are safe. But there are so many others which have established a correlation between GMOs and conditions like obesity, cancer
Remember, when eating genetically modified food, you are gambling with your health. The ill effects of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) including corn, soybeans, tomatoes and, yes, even potatoes are well documented but ignored by the many people. Most products made from soybeans contain GMO soybeans. Companies whose products contain GMOs don't usually label them. Robert Mann, a biochemist from the University of