So then, you could technically look overweight and nutritionally starve to death. Imagine how much healthier and less stupid Americans would be if we knew we were mineral-starved cretins eating a “product” of high-falutin’ science, appearing as food, which animals won’t touch.
You know, like if Monsanto were forced to label GMO foods so we could see if and when we were poisoning ourselves. And it’s no wonder pigs don’t eat GMO corn if given the choice. They can smell the 200ppm of formaldehyde …
Read more about the Monsanto Protection Act which just passed through the whores of Congress, and probably will remain unmentioned and uncontested by mainstream presstitutes and hairsprayed talking heads. Short version: America is Monsanto’s bitch.
Genetic modification is when a monolithic world-destroying corporation pays top dollar to have scientists insert non-corn genes into corn, like Dr. Frankenstein would stitch together a zombie made of different animal and plant parts and then sculpt it to where it looked vaguely corn-like.
Systemic pesticides, used hand-in-hand with GMO crops, are another scary Frankenfood health problem altogether.
It makes sense to pay a dollar or two more for the real food from now on. A girl can’t not have nachos. Those non-GMO corn chips are delicious but hard to find, since around 90 percent of American corn — as well as canola, the oil which food providers fry corn chips and everything else in — is genetically-modified.
Also don’t forget to remember, considering any meat and dairy not labeled “organic” or “No GMO”, that those animals have most certainly been fed a steady diet their entire lives of hardly anything but Roundup-Ready, genetically-modified corn. (P.S. Cows are not supposed to eat corn.)
And, yeah, there’s more. Regulators have even discovered a hidden viral gene in GMO crops. Specifically, “the most common genetic regulatory sequence in commercial GMOs also encodes a significant fragment of a viral gene.”
Hey wait — viruses can cause cancer. And since genes mutate on their own, and differently each time, according to their whims … what could possibly go wrong?
ProfitProAg, the company who did the analysis, verified the document’s authenticity via phone.
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