GMOs Health Risks
State-of-the-Science on the Health Risks of GM Foods
Institute for Responsible Technology discuss Health Risks
Genetically Engineered Foods May Cause Rising Food Allergies—Genetically Engineered Soybeans
The huge jump in childhood food allergies in the US is in the news often, but most reports fail to consider a link to a recent radical change in America’s diet. Beginning in 1996, bacteria, virus and other genes have been artificially inserted to the DNA of soy, corn, cottonseed and canola plants. These unlabeled genetically modified (GM) foods carry a risk of triggering life-threatening allergic reactions, and evidence collected over the past decade now suggests that they are contributing to higher allergy rates. Read more....
Are Genetically Engineered Foods Promoting Autism?
“It appears there is a direct correlation between GMOs and autism.”--Arden Anderson, MD, PhD, MPH
Physician Jennifer Armstrong admits, “Twenty years ago, I didn’t even know what the word autism meant. It was rare.” But then something shifted. Whether it was the food, medicine, environment, or some combination, by 2008, an astounding 1 in 54 boys suffered from autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the US . What is it that is damaging the health and well-being of so many of our children? Don Huber, PhD, professor emeritus from Purdue University, has an idea. Read more...
Gluten Intolerance - Jeffrey Smith and Tom Malterre, MS, CN Discuss GMOs and Gluten
Jeffrey Smith discusses how eliminating GMOs from a gluten intolerant person's diet could make a significant difference compared to just following a gluten-free diet.