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Genetically modified crops could cause a spike in health problems...

by , 10 July 2013

The next time you go shopping, pick out a few non-perishable items at random. See if you can find even one that doesn't contain some form of soy, corn, sugar or wheat.

It’s just about impossible.

And that spells trouble...

Because, these four ingredients are derived from crops GMO companies have genetically modified.

The problem is...

We may be years away from knowing the real impact of GMO ingredients on our health

But it’s not just the modified ingredients in your food that could harm your health.

Along with the potential threat that comes with tinkering with the genetics of natural organisms... GMO also boasts a new strain of pesticides and weed killers. And traces of these poisons end up in your food.

Despite the safety claims from the companies and governments profiting from GMO, there is something you should know...

Glyphosate (the primary chemical in these pesticides) can harm bacteria

In a recent scientific paper, researchers note that glyphosate tends to do the greatest harm to the beneficial bacteria we need most.

This can cause an overgrowth of pathogens, followed by inflammation. And, a few weeks ago, I told you about how dangerous inflammation really is. If you missed that issue of Health Bytes, you can read the article here...

The one way of avoiding GMO foods is to buy organic. There is also a growing number of lists being generated on the Internet with both GMO-free foods and those to avoid. Simply do a Google search for "GMO-free foods".

There is one food you can count on to help strengthen your health, find out all abou it here...

Did our Creator make a PERFECT FOOD?

Stunned researchers now say "YES". Gram for gram, this amazing discovery packs awesome amounts of Omega 3 fatty acids, plus:
  • 5 times more calcium than whole milk...
  • 13 times more magnesium than broccoli...
  • 3 times more antioxidant power than fresh blueberries...
  • More fibre than flaxseed...
  • More protein than soy...
Find out more here...



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