Scientists, Seralini, study dire effects of Monsanto GMO-corn and Round-Up

French researcher, Gilles-Eric Séralini, and assistants feed Monsanto GMO-corn and Round-Up to rats and study the effects, which are dire. Round-Up is an embedded pesticide to which the corn, or major crop, is genetically modified to absorb. There is an increase in tumors, especially in the breasts of female and male rats, as well as, an accelerated death rate. The test was conducted over a two-year period and was completely independent. Europe has declared a moratorium on GMO’s.

posted: 9/25/12

Sep 25, 2012 | in Global Health Issues | 2 comments

Comments (2 Responses)

  1. Gemini says:

    Yeah, gmo foods are bad. Even on the smallest chncae that GMOs are safe for consuming (which i do not think they are at all for anything), they are terrible for the environment and the future. The herbcides sprayed on the crops decrease bug populations because they get killed, and they go into water and kill fish, and tons of other harm. Also, buying GMOs supports Monsanto. Monsanto puts little family farmers out of business by suing them for stealing their genes and planting them? or something like that. Basically the GMO crops contaminate small farmers crops, and they then can’t reproduce because GMO crops have to have a gene inserted into every seed, every reproduction. They didn’t talk about the environment in the video much.

    • Asana Foods says:

      I agree Gemini. These are unnatural organisms with consequences spanning throughout entire biosphere. Humans are just at the top of the food chain. Kaiser Permanente has advised its clients to avoid GMOs.

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