Why Eating NON-GMO Foods is Absolutely Important

Why Eating NON-GMO Foods is Absolutely Important


By Dr Paul Haider

We have heard people talking about None GMO products and the hype… but what about the facts… what about the long-term impact of GMO foods.

Here are a few things people should know about GMO foods.

Even during studies that were approved male rats fed GMO foods gained 11% in body fat, triglycerides went up 40% and had pathology of the liver and the kidneys.

And studies show that GMO foods contain pesticide residues that can cause problems later in life. It’s a question of chronic toxicity… not short-term toxicity that was approved by the FDA. Some of these pesticide residues have been shown to disrupt hormonal balance and create chronic problems at levels 1000 times less than found in GMO crops.

Results of multiple studies have shown that long term intake of these foods could result in reproductive, pancreas, kidney, and liver disease. Also DNA from GMO foods don’t always break down in the gut, thus these crops may create antibiotic resistance to every antibiotic that we have on the planet… thus creating super bugs that could rage out of control.

Even in the rats studied with GMO foods, more than 1/3rd had necrotic lesions of their gut lining causing bleeding… thus causing a huge health risk to elderly people and the public in general. 1/6th of the animals used in studies with GMO tomatoes died… and these deaths were never studied at all.

Mice fed GMO potatoes had the cells of their gut disrupted, mitochondrial damage (cellular damage) and a significant increase in crypt paneth cells which are cells that try to protect the lining of the gut. In other studies animals given GMO potatoes had increased thickening of the lining of the stomach.


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