Have you heard of it? You are probably on it.
This is the diet you are probably on, whether you realize it or not. I am probably the only one who is going to tell you about it. There are no warning labels. It is tempting to choose the produce that ‘looks’ the best, is uniform in appearance and has no flaws. Engineering never takes the course to better nutrition. It always takes the course of making more profit and achieving hidden objectives. If a fruit or vegetables has been harvested a week or two or three ago, and it still looks perfect, you should be very suspicious. This is not natural. The most nutritious fruits are the most deleterious. The one that keeps its appearance is a GMO product that does not continue to ripen, and the insects did not find it edible. It may have been grown wrapped in a pod of chemicals, specifically for export to the US market. This is not the product you want to buy.
GMO is at the heart of a lot of arguments these days because it is appearing everywhere, un-announced, unidentified and unwelcome. Your government refuses to allow proper labeling or, actually, any labeling at all. What is really going on here? They tell us that without the GMO crops, we just couldn’t grow enough food to feed ourselves. Meanwhile, the US throws away enough food everyday to feed the whole world.
No testing has been performed regarding GMO crops, except independently on mice. Why? Independent tests have shown problems indicating sterility, abnormalities, deformities, lack of normal development and premature death. Does any of this sound familiar? It does to me. This smells like the typical modus operandi of the Matrix controllers.
There are numerous issues at hand that are all of a critical nature:
- Nutritional viability
- Health dangers
- Eco-system impact
- Allergen reactions
Viability of ‘foods’ for human nutrition requires that our bodies make enzymes that match up with all of the various component molecules of the food we ingest. These enzymes are geometric and find molecules in foods that mesh or match with them geometrically, like a jigsaw puzzle. Your body doesn’t make enzymes for unnatural modified molecules, therefore they cannot be metabolized in your body.
There are consequences for ingesting substances that are not food, meaning not able to be metabolized. First, you are putting bulk material into your body that is foreign. This is the definition of an allergen. You are allergic to all substances you ingest but your digestive system cannot metabolize. You not only do not derive any nutrition from eating these substances, but you have introduced toxins into your body that have to be dealt with. Your immune system must dispatch leukocytes to kill or envelop these toxins and then they must be disposed of by bacteria within your body which consume this type of poisons or, if possible, be passed out of your GI tract.
Toxins can be inert, so they are just an unnecessary burden on your GI tract to eliminate them. Toxins can also be active, causing allergic reactions of varying degrees. These types of biological toxins can also infect your bacterial colonies in ways that can be seriously detrimental to your health.
The croplands that are planted with these seeds containing foreign chemicals are also affected on a long-term basis. These chemical molecules integrated into the genes of GMO crops are for providing tolerance to glyphosate spraying which contaminates the soils for a long time and are going to spread to adjacent croplands. Since these GMO plants are patented, Monsanto has made a business out of suing growers on adjacent croplands for having grown plants for which they hold the patent. They have successfully sued and put out-of-business literally thousands of innocent organic farmers who never planted, and never wanted these patented GMO crops. Monsanto has never lost one of these cases. In this way, they have taken over virtually all of the cropland in many countries. The glyphosate in these soils remains for an undetermined length of time and contaminates everything grown in these soils in the future.
Since these GMO seeds are very prolific, they take over the eco-system. They are aggressive, growing plants that have undesirable attributes. They have very good appearance, grow very fast, do not spoil, and the insects do not want to eat them. There is only one catch. They are not food for humans or for wildlife or for domestic animals. Most diseases stem from nonviable food.
This is exactly the modus operandi of the Matrix controllers with their ‘slow kill’ agenda. You eat these plants, not realizing what they are…..allergens and poisons devoid of nutritional value. But you think you have ingested viable food. After all, your stomach feels full and you did not keel over dead…..yet. The price you will pay is a little farther down the road, but is inevitable. You are going to be diseased from lack of proper nutrition and being full of poisons. You are going to die pre-maturely, probably with prostate or breast cancer, heart disease and Alzneimers.
I am going to give you a review of what foods are being GMO’d and what foods you can obtain that are still natural and viable in the following paragraphs.
What Foods are Genetically Modified?
Top GMO Foods and Ingredients to Avoid:
Corn (field & sweet)
The GMO version of field corn protects the crop against corn rootworms and the Asian corn borer. Corn has been modified to contain glyphosate. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has declared that tons of genetically modified corn has been introduced for human consumption. Between 80 and 90% of US sweet corn farms are planted with genetically modified seed. Mice fed with GM corn were discovered to have smaller offspring and fertility problems.
The agribusiness cartels have assured us for years of their product’s safety and the mainstream media have smiled and winked right alongside them. However, now, even MSN is reporting that GMO corn may be toxic. Several studies have shown regular dietary consumption of Bt-corn (maize), the GMO version of corn, leads to serious health problems and negatively affects the kidney and liver (the dietary detoxifying organs), as well as the heart, adrenal glands, and spleen.
The GMO soybean has also been genetically modified to produce its own glyphosate. Soy products include soy flour, tofu, soy beverages, soybean oil and other products that may include pastries, baked products and edible oil. Hamsters fed with GM soy were unable to bear offspring and suffered a high mortality rate.
Soy beans are perhaps one of the most prevalent GMO products in fields today. GMO soy has been associated with a wide range of health problems and has been linked to pancreatic problems. 
Soy lecithin is a by- product from the processing of crude soy oil. It typically contains solvents and pesticides. Researchers have also found soy lecithin to contain allergens that have wide ranging health impacts. 
As a rule, avoid soy unless it is organic and fermented (such as in miso, tofu or natto). And make sure to avoid anything containing soy lecithin, the soy product created during the creation of soy oil.
Canola oil gets its own category due to its prevalent use. Aside from questions about an oil made from a plant toxic to human consumption, the rapeseed, has been genetically altered. As of 2009, 90% of Canada’s rapeseed crop was ‘herbicide-tolerant’, meaning it produces its own glyphosate.  When it comes to cooking oils, the best option is to find products specifically designated non-GMO.
In Canada, this crop was renamed canola to differentiate it from non-edible rapeseed. Food stuff produced from rapeseed includes rapeseed oil (canola oil) used to process cooking oil and margarine. Honey can also be produced from GMO rapeseed. German food surveillance authorities discovered as much as a third of the total pollen present in Canadian honey may be from GMO pollen. In fact, some honey products from Canada were also discovered to have pollen from GMO rapeseed.
Although GMO alfalfa planting had been halted, as of this year, GMO alfalfa returns to the fields. Alfalfa is the backbone of the dairy industry, both organic farmers and industry groups. So dairy, beef, and alfalfa will all be affected. As an insect- pollinated plant, cross pollination of GMO plants and non-GMO plants will likely result.
Of the nearly 130 million metric tons of sugar produced globally every year, sugar beets constitute nearly 35% of that sugar (the remaining amount coming from sugar cane). These sugar beets are used to produce sucrose, a finely crystallized white poison.
Unfortunately, they struggle to survive competition from weeds. So a glyphosate (Roundup) version was created. That way farmers could dump Roundup on the fields of sugar beets to kill off the weeds without killing the sugar beets. Great idea – in addition to the glyphosate DNA, the plants are repeatedly coated with toxic chemicals during their growing cycle.
The best way to avoid sugar beets is to avoid products with sucrose (white sugar), or any product that doesn’t specify safe sweeteners like organic agave or raw honey.
The virus-resistant variety of papaya was commercially introduced in Hawaii in 1999. Transgenic papayas comprised three-fourths of the total Hawaiian papaya crop. Monsanto bestowed upon Tamil Nadu Agricultural University in Coimbatore, technology for developing papaya resistant to the ringspot virus in India. This type of genetically modified papaya primarily affects those living on the west coast. It’s a virus-resistant plant specific to Hawaii and the areas that import papaya from Hawaii. This plant contains DNA from the Ringspot virus, as do individuals who choose to eat it.
Many squash varieties have been genetically modified to fight off the diseases that can affect them. When it comes to squash, only buy organic.
Developed by Okanagan Specialty Fruits of British Columbia, Canada, this new fruit was developed by turning off the enzyme in apples that cause them to brown when cut, bruised or bitten.
This new potato that resists browning and has fewer unsightly wasteful bruises has been approved by the USDA for commercial planting.
This new salmon is genetically engineered to reach market size more quickly than non-GE farm-raised Atlantic salmon. It is available to consumers in CA.
corn and soy, cotton has been designed to resist pesticides. It is considered food because its oil can be consumed. Its introduction in
Chinese agriculture has produced a chemical that kills cotton bollworm,
reducing the incidences of pests not only in cotton crops but also in
neighboring fields of soybeans and corn. Incidentally, thousands of Indian farmers
suffered severe rashes upon exposure to BT cotton.
This staple food from South East Asia has now
been genetically modified to contain a high amount of vitamin A. Allegedly,
there are reports of rice varieties containing human genes to be grown in the
US. The rice will create human proteins useful for dealing with infant diarrhea
in the 3rd world. China Daily, an online journal, reported potential
serious public health and environment problems with genetically modified rice
considering its tendency to cause allergic reactions with the concurrent
possibility of gene transfers.
Tomatoes have now been genetically engineered for longer shelf life, preventing them from easily rotting and degrading. In a test conducted to determine the safety of GMO tomatoes, some animal subjects died within a few weeks after consumion.
It has been discovered that 22 percent of cows
in the U.S. were injected with recombinant (genetically modified) bovine growth
hormone (rbGH). This Monsanto created hormone artificially forces cows to
increase their milk production by 15 percent. Milk from cows treated with this
milk inducing hormone contains increased levels of IGF-1 (insulin growth
factors-1). Humans also have IGF-1 in their system. Scientists have expressed
concerns that increased levels of IGF-1 in humans have been associated with
colon and breast cancer.
Mice fed with potatoes engineered with Bacillus thuringiensis var. Kurstaki Cry 1 were found to have toxins in their system. Despite claims to the contrary, this shows that Cry1 toxin was stable in the mouse gut.
that have been genetically modified have been found to cause immune responses
in mice and possibly even in humans. A gene from kidney beans was inserted into
the peas creating a protein that functions as a pesticide.
According to the EPA, aspartame is a chemical that causes neurotoxicity. Keep in mind that that’s the United States Environmental Protection Agency – a government agency. Regardless, the FDA continues to rubber stamp its use.
Aspartame is made from aspartate, methanol, and phenylalanine. Once ingested, the body breaks aspartame down into these constituent parts. Most notably, methanol is converted into formaldehyde. The US Department of Labor considers formaldehyde a toxic and hazardous substance that should not be ingested. Recent research has demonstrated highly carcinogenic effects from aspartame consumption. Additional research could not dismiss aspartame’s role in leukemia and non-Hodgkins lymphomas. Entire books have been written about the dangers of aspartame.
In the quest for healthy living, this toxic, lab-created chemical tops any list of foods and ingredients to avoid!
HFCS (High Fructose Corn Syrup)
First, HFCS is made from corn, which statistically is likely to be a GMO strain. It then goes through a process that converts corn into cornstarch… which then is converted into corn syrup in a process involving bacterial enzymes and fungus. Finally, another bacterial enzyme is added to the process to produce fructose. This is not a natural process and does not yield a natural product like the fructose obtained directly from naturally-grown fruits.
Mercury has been found in HFCS as a result of the manufacturing process. Researchers from Princeton and Oxford have linked HFCS to weight gain and Type II diabetes.
To summarize, HFCS starts as a GMO, contains mercury, and has been linked to weight gain and Type II diabetes. Best to just avoid it.
Corn starch is a highly processed corn product made from GMO corn. It offers no nutritional value and carries all the dangers associated with GMO foods. It is used as an additive in many products and as a processed food, it creates digestive problems. The problems with corn starch have been known since the 1970s. With the introduction of GMO corn, the problems have only increased.
When tested, genetically modified tomatoes have been found to have less antioxidant activity than their natural counterparts. As is the case with GMOs, the genetic modifications result in overall reduced nutritional value.
Most sausage contains corn syrup or corn syrup solids, in addition to other preservatives. That’s right, the hot dog or Italian sausage you enjoy – even just once in a while – likely contains a GMO. If you choose to eat sausage of any type, avoid the pre-packaged kind. Your best bet is to purchase from a local butcher who specializes in locally grown, organic, free-range meats.
This delicious summer-time treat typically features a range of HFCS, corn syrup and corn starch, plus rGBH. Unless the brand you buy is organic or home-made from organic ingredients, each spoonful of ice cream likely contains plenty of genetically-modified DNA and bovine growth hormones.
Non-organic and Synthetic Vitamins
Many vitamins, including top children’s vitamins, use ‘vegetable’ products as a base for the vitamin. Many of these ‘vegetables’ come from corn and soy products. Many also contain aspartame and hydrogenated oils. Better to get your your vitamins from real food.
Milk that contains rGBH and genetically modified soy constitute the foundation for most infant formulas, unless they specifically state they are organic. Research has found that infant diets including formulas that contain these GMOs contribute to chronic, long-term health conditions.
Beef feed may contain GMO alfalfa, corn and soy. When cows eat GMO food, it becomes part of the meat. Best to eat no beef, but If you’re going to eat beef, only consume organic, grass-fed beef.
Best to drink no milk especially pasteurized. Monsanto’s recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rGBH) is injected into cows to increase milk output. Never mind that hormones associated with rBGH have been found present in milk distributed for human consumption. Or, that studies have also found milk from cows injected with rGBH to contain reduced amounts of healthy fatty acids. Or, that these cows are more likely to have mastitis, an udder infection that can lead to blood and pus in the milk.
You can buy organic milk or goat milk and avoid bovine growth hormones. However, to keep all bovine growth hormones out of the diet, you also need to watch out for foods that contain milk products, as these may come from hormone-injected cows.
Even in the case of milk from cows fed naturally, milk is not a product that humans can metabolize. You are not a cow or a derivative of a cow. The Essential Oils can be isolated and concentrated in cheese. These are the only valuable components of milk. Otherwise, milk is a highly acidic, undigestible non-food that can cause your body to rob calcium and magnesium from its bones to neutralize the acids. Americans drink more milk than any other country and have the highest incidence of osteoporosis in the world Everyone is allergic to milk to some degree. Some have the ability to tolerate the reaction while other have violent allergic reactions.
Vegetable Oil typically comes from corn, soybean, cotton, or canola oils. All of these crops have been genetically modified to withstand being doused by Roundup. Unless the vegetable oil states it is organic, assume it may be derived from GMO crop plants.
Margarine and Shortening
These are another form of vegetable oil and contain all the GMO problems the vegetable oils contain. In addition, it is hydrogenated into a form of plastic that causes harm to your body. To avoid GMOs from margarine, organic butter and lard may be a better option.
GMO flax has been grown (illegally, for what it’s worth) in Canada. The extent of Canadian contamination has not yet been determined. Reports also indicate that the GMO flax has been exported around the world where contamination has occurred. Because of the environmental catastrophe of this rogue GMO strain, identify the source of the flax used before you buy. Flax from Canada may be infected, as well as from many areas of the EU.
Not only are breakfast cereals super processed chemical-laden junk food, but they contain GMO grain crops extensively. They are typically full of bad sugars, dyes and glyphosate.
Oats are primarily a fodder crop. Most oats are used as animal feeds. It has not proven to be a lucrative crop for Monsanto to GMO, therefore it is a safe commodity as human food.
The GMO link to strange disease
As early as 2008, NaturalNews.com reported about a condition called Morgellon’s disease. The article went on to report the symptoms of the disease as follows: itching, stinging, biting and crawling sensations; threads or black speck-like materials on or beneath the skin; granules, lesions. Some patients report fatigue, short term memory loss, mental confusion, joint pain and changes in vision. Furthermore, there have been reports of substantial morbidity and social dysfunction leading to a dip in work productivity, job loss, total disability, divorce, loss of child custody and home abandonment.
Prior to its reporting, the condition was dismissed as a hoax, but upon further investigation, the evidence pointed out that the disease was real and may be related to genetically modified food and from atmospheric spraying.
Despite this link being established, the CDC declared Morgellon’s a disease of unknown origin. Worse, the medical community could not offer any information to the public regarding a cause for the symptoms. This is because Morgellon’s is a part of the weaponized aerosol atmospheric spraying of humans, a part of the purposeful ‘slow-kill’ agenda.
When a research study was conducted on fiber samples taken from Morgellons patients, it was discovered that the fiber samples of all the patients looked remarkably similar. And yet, it did not seem to match any common environmental fiber. When the fiber was broken down, and it’s DNA extracted, it was discovered to be a fungus. Even more surprising was the finding that the fibers contained Agrobacterium, a genus gram-negative bacteria with the capacity of transforming plant, animal and even human cells into tumors.
Morgellon’s disease is not the only condition associated with genetically modified foods. A growing body of evidence has shown that it may cause allergies, immune reactions, liver problems, sterility and even death. Moreover, based on the only human feeding experiment conducted on genetically modified food, it was established that genetic material in genetically modified food products can transfer into the DNA of intestinal bacteria and still continue to thrive. There must be a good reason why the authorities refuse to perform any testing of GMO foods on humans. If there are no adverse test results, then they can continue to claim that no danger has been found to exist. The same is true for refusal to allow labeling.
(NaturalNews) From your perspective, there is a conspiracy of selling out happening in America. The reason you have this perspective is that you believe your government is there to protect you. This is simply and definitely not the case. Your government is 100% controlled by the Matrix. The Matrix’ agenda is to control your enslavement while you are useful and then to terminate your life prematurely. You are to be diseased during your entire life as a mechanism of control and theft by means of the ‘allopathic healthcare system’. Therefore, it appears that politics and personal interests determine government policies over and above health and safety issues. When President Obama appointed Michael Taylor in 2009 as senior adviser for the FDA, a fierce protest ensued from consumer groups and environmentalists. Why? Taylor used to be vice president for Monsanto, a multinational interested in marketing genetically modified (GM) food. It was during his term that GMO’s were approved in the US without undergoing tests to determine if they were safe for human consumption.
The danger of GMO’s
The question of whether or not genetically modified foods (GMO’s) are safe for human consumption is an obfuscated issue with no resolution except in the arena of public opinion. Due to lack of labeling, Americans are still left at a loss as to whether or not what is on the table is genetically modified. This lack of information makes the avoiding and tracking of GM foods an exercise in futility.
In the very short time since GMO foods were first introduced, they have tainted ecosystems, created financial strains for farmers, and introduced unnatural elements into the local, national, and global food supply.
GMOs pose a danger to all of us and the evidence is irrefutable. Environmentally, they have created superweeds that destroy farmland, and they have eliminated some organisms from ecosystems, leading to new superbugs to fill the void. Much talk also centers around the health considerations. Unfortunately, researchers who attempt to test the alleged safety of these GMOs – and have found them decidedly unsafe! – get shouted down by the rank-and-file industry ‘yes men’ who are intent on protecting the empire. Despite this, the research has shown a dramatically higher risk of health problems from eating GMOs and research shows that toxic DNA from these plants may survive digestion. It’s even been found in the blood of pregnant women and their fetuses!
Unfortunately, the laws will not be changed to ban these destructive products, so the best protection is to avoid them by learning how.
Think about this issue…
When it comes to avoiding GMOs, the best answer is to search for foods that have been labeled as non-GMO. The fact that the government has been resisting any labeling of GMO is a sure tip=off that there is intent to harm. If this were not the case, then there should be no resistance whatsoever of simple labeling. Where is the harm in labeling?
If unsure, ask at the store or contact the manufacturer of the product. If you find out it may contain GMOs, let them know they’ve lost your business. Once GMOs become a marketing liability, then the industry itself may reject GMOs.
Non GMO foods: How to Avoid GMOs:
Sticking with non GMO food can be overwhelming, especially because GMOs are everywhere you look. In the U.S., GMOs are endemic in our supply chain. According to the Grocery Manufacturers Association, 75-80% of all conventional, processed foods contain some form of GMOs. Processed and packaged foods should typically be avoided in any and all cases.
GMOs are plant or meat products with DNA artificially altered in a laboratory by genes from plants, animals, viruses, or bacteria, resulting in foreign molecules in these foods. This type of genetic alteration is not found in nature and hasn’t been studied except in the most limited fashion. The only thing that is for sure, at this point, is that they are unable to be metabolized by your body. So whether or not they are outright poisonous is not the sole issue. If they were tested, and not found to be outright deadly substances, there is still the over-riding issue of nutrition. You work to get money to purchase food at the store because you need viable nutrition to survive and be healthy, not just because you like to fill your stomach. If you fill your stomach with poisonous garbage, you are only delaying the inevitable consequences.
- Buy food labeled “100% organic” or labeled by the 3rd party non-GMO project. These are the ONLY labels that guarantee food is 100% non GMO.
Buy meats that say the animals were fed 100% organic feed or grass-fed. Or better yet, find a local farmer and buy your products closer to the source. Be sure to ask them if they’re committed to producing non GMO products.
- Buy 100% organic eggs that state “from 100% organic feed.” Safe grocery store brands in the US include Organic Valley, Eggland’s Best, and Land O’ Lakes Organic eggs.
- Buy 100% organic dairy products (grass-fed is even better) or European products from Switzerland and Greece (100% non GMO) and France (mostly non GMO). Kalona Farms, Organic Valley, Trader Joe’s, and Whole Foods’ 365 Brand are safe US brands. Whole Foods is now suspect following the Amazon takeover.
- sugar… nearly all sugar in the U.S. is derived from GMO sugar beets. This means “no” to anything with ingredients labeled: sugar. Fortunately, you’re safe if ingredients are listed as 100% sugar cane, evaporated cane juice or organic sugar. That’s because the sugar cane plant is more complicated to genetically modify. However, the white finely crystallized sugar is produced in a high-temperature process that denatures the cane and isolates only pure sucrose/dextrose, poisons in their own right.
- Soy or derivatives. This includes their oils and by-products like soy lecithin, protein, isolate, and isoflavone, as well as, tofu, tempeh, and soybean oil. This would include most vitamin E supplements which are derived from soybean oil, in the form of tocopherols, mirror image molecules that can fool the shopper, but not your body.
- Corn. This includes conventional corn muffins, fresh corn, high fructose corn syrup, modified food starch and corn starch products like infant formula and Cheerios, foods commonly given to babies and toddlers. Vitamin C supplements in the form of corn-based ascorbic acid can be GMOs.
- Dairy, eggs, chicken, beef, pork, or other animal products. These animal’s diets contain GMO corn/soy. Also be sure your dairy is free of rBGH, a Monsanto genetically-engineered growth hormone that forces cows to artificially increase milk production . Even dairy products that are listed “rBGH-free” can contain GMOs because, again, the animals feed on GMO grain. Supplements are a bad way to try to get your vitamins.
- Farmed-raised fish/seafood, because they most likely are fed GMO meal. This would include salmon, trout, carp, cod, turbot, halibut, shrimp and tilapia. Be sure to purchase only “wild caught” fishes.
- Canola/rapeseed oils. Canola is a modified “food” derived from the rapeseed. Ever heard of mustard gas? Over 80% of the Canola/rapeseed in the US has been genetically modified and it’s better suited as an industrial product than food
- Alfalfa. Even organic alfalfa is at risk of cross-contamination by the GMO crops growing in adjacent fields. Unfortunately, the USDA didn’t think this was a big deal.
- Cotton, particularly from India and China. This includes processed foods that contain cottonseed oil.
Surprising “safe” (non GMO) foods:
- Tomatoes – relatively easy to obtain organic.
- Potatoes. While Monsanto flirted with GMO tomatoes and potatoes, they weren’t popular due to their bad taste and susceptibility to spoilage. For now, these foods are relatively safe. Of course, organic is better to be sure.
- Wheat is often lumped into the GMO category, but the truth is there hasn’t been a successful attempt to make GMO wheat. While many are allergic to our highly tampered wheat crop today, it’s due to the high levels of gluten and starch in cheaper seeds.
- Oats have not been successfully GMO’d
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