Pay Close Attention To What You Are About To See – The Corn You May Be Eating Could Cause You Some Very Real Problems

Back in the day you could go to the store a pick out some delicious corn on the cob. Some people even enjoy canned corn. Enter Monsanto. Since they introduced genetically modified, or Bt corn (GMO corn) there’s cause to be concerned. Monsanto jumped up, and down and screamed that it posed no health risks to humans.

The genetically modified/Bt corn (GMO corn) supposedly it breaks open the stomach of certain insects and kills them. Well it seems that it does a whole lot more than that As a study by Doctors shows. Be sure to catch the video below the article: GMO, Global Alert.

Article By Jeffery Smith

Doctors at Sherbrooke University Hospital in Quebec found the corn’s Bt-toxin in the blood of pregnant women and their babies, as well as in non-pregnant women. (Specifically, the toxin was identified in 93% of 30 pregnant women, 80% of umbilical blood in their babies, and 67% of 39 non-pregnant women.) The study has been accepted for publication in the peer reviewed journal Reproductive Toxicology.

According to the UK Daily Mail, this study, which “appears to blow a hole in” safety claims, “has triggered calls for a ban on imports and a total overhaul of the safety regime for genetically modified (GM) crops and food.” Organizations from England to New Zealand are now calling for investigations and for GM crops to be halted due to the serious implications of this finding.

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There’s already plenty of evidence that the Bt-toxin produced in GMO corn and cotton plants is toxic to humans and mammals and triggers immune system responses. The fact that it flows through our blood supply, and that is passes through the placenta into fetuses, may help explain the rise in many disorders in the US since Bt crop varieties were first introduced in 1996.

In government-sponsored research in Italy ii , mice fed Monsanto’s Bt corn showed a wide range of immune responses. Their elevated IgE and IgG antibodies, for example, are typically associated with allergies and infections. The mice had an increase in cytokines, which are associated with “allergic and inflammatory responses.” The specific cytokines (interleukins) that were elevated are also higher in humans who suffer from a wide range of disorders, from arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease, to MS. Article Source: Mercola.Com Read The Full Article Here

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