MISSED: A Toxic Virus Used In Genetic Modification

It appears that a virus gene has been discovered that has been swept under the rug during the ‘approval process’ of genetically modified organisms that are intended for our consumption. This gene is used in soy and corn crops, and as we all now know over 90% of those crops are genetically modified.

This means that you are more than likely ingesting this toxic virus gene when you eat ANYTHING that contains corn, like eggs, regular soda pop, and fast food. How is it in your eggs, soda, and fast food?! The animals are fed with feed that more than likely contain these genetically modified ingredients, as well as high fructose corn syrup being added to your food and drinks at alarming rates.

A group led by Nancy Podevin, who was employed by EFSA, and Patrick du Jardin, of the Plant Biology Unit at the University of Liege in Belgium, discovered that 54 of the 86 GM plants approved for commercial growing and food in the US, including corn and soya, contain the viral gene, which is known as ‘Gene VI’. It is not yet known what this gene does as it was not known about until very recently, and we can rest assured that we will learn much more about this in the near future as more research is done to determine it’s health impact on the food chain.

To ensure you avoid this toxin, eat as organic and local as possible. Get to know how the food you consume is made, and better yet, grow and raise your food yourself!

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