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GM Soy

Top 6 foods you probably had no idea were GMO

Back in the mid-1980s, Americans started becoming much more health conscious than ever before, with aerobics, “Jazzercise,” and “low-fat” foods sweeping the fitness and health food markets like there was no tomorrow.

GM soy kills baby rats in just three weeks, study reveals

By Wells: (NaturalNews) The best food on store shelves to buy is that food which DOES have holes and nicks where the insects ate some. That proves it's edible. Recent documentaries show entire fields of genetically modified corn that all looks plastic, with not a bug or bird in sight, not a butterfly or a gnat or a fly, but why? Did you know that a diet containing GM soy and maize fed to rats for just 90 days caused a wide range of toxic effects, including DNA damage, blood changes, and damage to the liver and kidneys? If you consume GMOs regularly, your gut is actually creating pesticide.

GM soy farming displaces indigenous people, raising rates of disease and poverty as corporations profit

By Barker:(NaturalNews) Although the greatest concerns regarding GMO-based agriculture are the long-term implications for human health and the environment in general -- which are not yet fully known or understood -- there are also serious consequences for small farmers and others who are already being negatively impacted by the implementation of large-scale GMO agricultural operations.

GM soy farming displaces indigenous people, raising rates of disease and poverty as corporations profit

By Barker:(NaturalNews) Although the greatest concerns regarding GMO-based agriculture are the long-term implications for human health and the environment in general -- which are not yet fully known or understood -- there are also serious consequences for small farmers and others who are already being negatively impacted by the implementation of large-scale GMO agricultural operations.

M soy linked to health damage in pigs - a Danish Dossier

A Danish farming newspaper has caused quite a stir by devoting a sizeable part of its 13 April edition to the discoveries by pig farmer lb Borup Pedersen that GM soy has a damaging effect both on his animals and on his farming profitability.