Author Topic: The Effects of Genetically Modified Foods on Animal Health  (Read 167 times)


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The Effects of Genetically Modified Foods on Animal Health
« on: December 31, 2013, 12:47:48 PM »
In what is being described as the first ever and most comprehensive study of the effects of genetically modified foods on mammalian health, researchers have linked organ damage with consumption of Monsanto’s GM maize.

All three varieties of GM corn, Mon 810, Mon 863 and NK 603, were approved for consumption by US, European and several other national food safety authorities. Made public by European authorities in 2005, Monsanto’s confidential raw data of its 2002 feeding trials on rats that these researchers analyzed is the same data, ironically, that was used to approve them in different parts of the world.

The Committee of Research and Information on Genetic Engineering (CRIIGEN) and Universities of Caen and Rouen studied Monsanto’s 90-day feeding trials data of insecticide producing Mon 810, Mon 863 and Roundup® herbicide absorbing NK 603 varieties of GM maize.

The data “clearly underlines adverse impacts on kidneys and liver, the dietary detoxifying organs, as well as different levels of damages to heart, adrenal glands, spleen and haematopoietic system,” reported Gilles-Eric Séralini, a molecular biologist at the University of Caen.
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Re: The Effects of Genetically Modified Foods on Animal Health
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2017, 07:50:06 AM »
My problem with this 'report' is, they dont explain just Exactly WHAT the GMO foods do to the mammilian bodies, male and female, and what their 'effects are on the bodies of those animals, they just go on and on and on about Monsanto's skewed study and not get to the meat of the matter, just WHAT it does to the organs et al.