Dangerous GMO Foods Are Flooding in Our Stores

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Why supermarkets we were flooded with genetically modified foods (GMOs) when a whole host of studies have shown that they are potentially dangerous to human health? "Franken foods" increasingly appear on supermarket shelves at high speed. The food modified to withstand heavy applications of toxic chemicals, rejecting disease or contain more nutrients.

Currently, genetically modified (GM) corn and soybeans can be found in many processed foods. GMO many more are on the road and they may not be labeled. California recently lost my voice to force companies to label GMO foods in their countries.

Many people are suffering from dangerous health diseases because of the use of GMO food. There are many lawsuits which work to help these patients to get some financial compensation from a company like Monsanto.

Monsanto Roundup Lawsuit Settlement

If you or your loved one is suffering from any health problem due to the use of these pesticides then you are also eligible to file a case and to get some compensation. You can search for Monsanto roundup lawyers from various online sources.

Center for Food Safety estimates that more than 70 percent of processed foods in American grocery stores contain genetically modified corn or soybeans. It will not be long until a lot more processed food will hit the market that contains genetic modifications.

List of Food Sources of GMOs

Most of the genetically modified maize products imposed on American consumers currently hidden in processed foods in the form of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), corn oil, corn starch, and various corn-based additives. A landmark study has shown that GM maize consumption could lead to the development of cancer tumors and diabetes.

Peas that have been genetically modified have been found to cause immune responses in mice and possibly even in humans. A gene from kidney beans inserted into the peas creating a protein that functions as a pesticide.