GMO foods damage the blood and reproductive organs

A new study published in the Turkish newspaper “Biology” completely dispels the myth that GMO (genetically modified organisms) are scientifically proven to be safe.

Scientists from the National Research Center in Egypt conduct the first histopathological and biochemical analysis of GMOs.

They subsequently found that diets containing GMO corn and soy lead to damage to vital and reproductive organs, blood, DNA and various other body systems.

This chronic toxicity study used rats as subjects, testing the effects of genetically modified corn and soybeans for 30, 60 and 90 days.

The transgenic materials harmed the rats, changing the production of enzymes and damaging their genes.

Scientists conducting the study also found increases in cell damage, such as an increase in the ratio of DNA division, compared to the other group of rats fed the non-GMO wheat diet.

The study was started as a biosafety assessment, possibly due to the fact that these studies are not authorized by the governments of pro-GMO countries like the US.

If they had been authorized, the enormous dangers of GMOs would have been publicly exposed, leading to a moratorium or permanent ban on these dangerous products.

“The results of all parameters after our study are consistent and confirm that feeding the rats with GM food for 30, 60, or 90 days has harmful histopathological and histochemical effects” show the results of the survey.

Applied GMO pesticides leave residues that cause health problems.

According to the study, the diets of the two groups of rats differed enough that the genetic modification caused health problems.

GMWatch, who analyzed the research and drew conclusions, concluded that a diet made up of genetically modified soybeans and corn was more toxic than a diet with non-GMO wheat.

Another study found that GMOs or their pesticide residues caused liver damage in the short term – even after just 30 days of being fed GMO food, rats showed signs of subchronic toxicity. p>

The genotoxicity of GMO corn and soybeans, as explained by the researchers, was shown in germ cells for which there was a significant increase in the number of cells with chromosomal aberrations.

Similarly, liver cells show an increased rate of DNA fragmentation, leading to liver damage.

“Biochemical changes in alanine aminotransferase, aspartate aminotransferase, creatinine, uric acid, and malondialdehyde concentrations were also observed,” the study explains.

GMO gene transfer into human body reprograms human genome!

A separate study by several of the same researchers, published in the African Journal of Biotechnology, finds clear evidence of GMO gene transfer.


The genius promoters in some GMOs, designed to produce insecticidal proteins, have been observed to transfer directly into human or animal tissues, causing various health problems.

Not only do these altered genes become incorporated into animal tissues, but they also cause changes to other natural gene promoters already present in the animals’ bodies.

In other words, some GMO foods appear to have the ability to reprogram the human genome when ingested, and this change is often unpredictable because it depends on the characteristics of the person ingesting it.

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