The American Academy of Environmental Medicine
has warned that the public should avoid
genetically modified (GM) foods, stating,
"There is more than a casual association
between GM foods and adverse health effects.
There is causation."
large number of studies and incidents have
implicated GM foods in a wide variety of
health problems, including accelerated aging,
immune dysfunction, insulin disorders, organ
damage and reproductive disruption.
female rats fed a diet of GM soy experienced
a drastically higher infant death rate,
and their surviving infants were smaller
and less fertile than the offspring of rats
fed on a non-GM soy diet. Male rats fed
the GM soy had their testicles change from
pink to blue, and the GM soy was also observed
to damage the DNA of sperm and embryos.
Fertility problems such as abortion, infertility,
premature delivery, prolapsed uteri, infant
death, and even delivery of unformed infants
(bags of water) have been observed in farm
animals fed GM cottonseed and corn.
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