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Do you know the truth about what you’re eating? Science and technology has changed the way man secures his food supply. Genetically modified (GM) foods have been the subject of controversy and intense debate in recent years. Is genetic modification really the key to ensuring that the world does not grow hungry or does tampering with the natural makeup of animals and plants unleash unwanted possibilities and horrific consequences to your health? Take a look at these scientific findings and be the judge.

Scientific Position Paper on GMO Risks

A discussion of the dangers of GM foods and how regulatory agencies like the FDA turn a blind eye to these dangers in favor of promoting biotechnology.

GMO Health Risks

An invitation to become a member of the Campaign for Healthier Eating in America.

Lyme/Autism Group Blasts Genetically Modified Foods as Dangerous

Advocacy group raises the red flag over GMOs and how they worsen autism, Lyme disease and other related conditions

Disease-resistant Genetically Engineered Crops May Make Humans (and Plants) More Vulnerable to Viruses

Spilling the Beans, June 2006

Virus-resistant GM crops like plum have potentially dangerous long-term consequences.

Genetically Engineered Crops May Produce Herbicide Inside Our Intestines

Spilling the Beans, April-May 2006

Do you want herbicide in your gut? GM crops disturb your healthy digestive balance.

Genetically Modified Peas Caused Dangerous Immune Response in Mice

Spilling the Beans, November/December 2005

Study reveals serious and potentially deadly flaws in how GM foods are regulated and assessed, as evidenced in GM peas causing dangerous immune response in mice.

Open Letter to TJ Higgins

Open letter to TJ Higgins, Australian plant molecular biologist who developed GM peas.

A Deadly Epidemic and the Attempt to Hide its Link to Genetic Engineering

Spilling the Beans, August 2005

A discussion of the dangers of GM foods and how regulatory agencies like the FDA turn a blind eye to these dangers in favor of promoting biotechnology.

Scrambling and Gambling with the Genome

Spilling the Beans, July 2005

How mutations in GM crops can have serious consequences to your health.

Genetically Modified Corn Study Reveals Health Damage and Cover-up

Spilling the Beans, July 2005

Monsanto and European authorities try to cover up the dangers of GM corn as an extensive study reveals the man-made variety caused blood, kidney and liver problems when fed to animals.

Doctors Warn: Avoid Genetically Modified Food

Spilling the Beans, May 2009

American Academy of Environmental Medicine urges doctors to educate their patients, peers and the general public about the health risks associated with eating GM foods.

Genetically Modified Foods: Toxins and Reproductive Failures

Spilling the Beans, July 2007

Laboratory animals fed with GM foods show damage to almost all body system and farmers report that dead, sick and sterile animals have been eating GM feeds.

Genetically Engineered Foods May Cause Rising Food Allergies (Part Two)

Spilling the Beans, June 2007

Research shows that a “safe” toxin produced by GM plants triggers allergic reactions.

Genetically Engineered Foods May Cause Rising Food Allergies (Part One)

Spilling the Beans, June 2007

Rising food allergies blamed on consumption of GM foods.


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