Genetically modified (GM) foods have been around for decades. Created by modifying the DNA of one organism through the introduction of genes from another, they are developed for a number of different reasons-to fight disease, enhance flavor, resist pests, improve nutrition, survive drought-and are mainly found in our food supply in processed foods using corn, soybeans, and sugar beets, and as feed for farm animals. Across the country and around the world, communities are fighting the cultivation of genetically engineered crops. Are they safe? How do they impact the environment? Can they improve food security? Is the world better off with or without GM food?
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Genetically modified foods are foods with altered DNA. Their genetic material has been combined with other forms of life, including other plant forms, insecticides, pesticides, bacteria and viruses. Guest expert Jeffrey Smith, pioneer of the non-GMO movement and founder of the Institute of Responsible Technology, and I discuss some of the most common GMO foods and why they should be avoided.
In this video, we also share three of the newest GMO foods on the market that you may not be aware of. Watch our video to learn more and avoid the harmful side effects of genetically modified foods, which include increased allergies, antibiotic resistance, faster aging and more.
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