Want to be ‘coded’ to produce insecticides in your own body? Yeah – keep eatin’ GMO food.
“The more you eat them, the less human you become.” This is now proven, genetic truth – not hyperbole or even metaphor … I don’t want to be the bearer of bad news, but as one wise woman in our community put it – when we share some of the negative aspects of what’s going on in our world right now, it’s all about the intention behind it. So with this in mind, I’ll tell you exactly what my intention is, in sharing this fairly frightening information … I believe it is both critical and URGENT that people understand exactly how these foods can damage you. (Hint: the quote that starts this blog post is no exaggeration – check out the vid below.)
GMO Food is NOT Harmless – Nor Is It Your Friend
GMO foods are a bane to our health and longevity on every front. Not only do they create economic disasters for farmers, it looks like they’re spelling poison for us. What is a GMO? It’s a Genetically Modified Organism, and according to the website, purezing.com, a GMO is: “Genetically Modified Foods, Plants, Animals, Additives, Body Products, Fish, Crops and Trees have had their genes manipulated, changed, and put into other species that normally they would not mate with, blend with, consume, or grow in. Incredible combinations have been produced, and have been found to have mutations, diseases, abnormalities and trigger other diseases that otherwise may have remained dormant.”
Neither the US Government nor the FDA require food packaging to indicate whether there are GMO ingredients and, guess what? At this point, pretty much ALL soy and corn in North America is GMO. Sadly, organic soy and corn have likely been compromised (read: ‘tainted’ by GMOs) as well. At this point, the USA is one of the only nations that’s not able to give this garbage the heave-ho. Why? One word: MONSANTO. Find out just how dangerous it is – and the lies Monsanto tells in the name of their profit.
What can we Do?
Personally, I’ve gone to eating as much organic as possible and have cut down drastically on corn (gone are the days of chips-n-salsa), and completely removed all soy from my diet. Of course I’m signing petitions (with some doubt about their power, given the power of Monsanto to control our congress), and spreading the word here on the internet as much as possible.
How about you? Have the advent of GMOs changed the way you eat – and think – about your food? Share your thoughts with me in the comments below.