How Can GMO be ‘Safe’ if the NORMALLY OCCURRING VITAL “GLUTEN” (SEED LOCK) & NORMALLY OCCURRING LECTINS – Are Also MAGNIFIED – IN PROPORTION TO THE FOOD-GMO -DISEASE CAUSING – OBESITY, IBS-The List Goes On!

OCCURRING LECTINS – Are Also MAGNIFIED – IN PROPORTION TO THE FOOD-GMO -DISEASE CAUSING – OBESITY, IBS-The List Goes On!

House passes a ​bill to prevent mandatory GMO food labeling. WASHINGTON —
Food companies would not have to disclose whether their products include genetically modified ingredients under legislation passed by the House Thursday.

So far, Vermont is the only state set to require the labels.Jul 23, 2015
House passes a ​bill to prevent mandatory GMO food labeling | PBS …
https://www.pbs.org/newshour/…/house-passes-bill-prevent-mandatory-gmo-food-labeli…

The genetic engineering (GMO) of plants & animals is looming as one of the GREATEST​ & MOST INTRACTABLE (hard to control & deal with) ENVIRONMENTAL​ CHALLENGS of the 21st Century. Big business & Western Science continue the line-
‘TO DATE THEY SEE NO EVIDENCE OF DANGERS OF GMO’….
TURNING A BLIND EYE TO MAGNIFICATIONS OF THE ‘HARD WORKING (to protect the seed from

Currently, up to 92% of U.S. corn is genetically engineered (GE), as are 94% of soybeans and 94% of cotton [1] (cottonseed oil is often used in food products).
Genetically Engineered Foods – Center for Food Safety | Campaigns |
https://www.centerforfoodsafety.org/issues/311/ge-foods/about-ge-foods

Commercial sale of genetically modified (GMO)foods began in 1994,
when Calgene first marketed its unsuccessful Flavr Savr delayed-ripening tomato.

Most food modifications have primarily focused on ‘CASH CROPS’ in ‘high demand’ by farmers such as wheat​, soybean, corn, canolA & cotton & alfalfa (animal feed)

Genetically modified food – Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetically_modified_food

4. In how many countries are GMO crops now cultivated?
According to​ the ​2009 ISAAA survey…
a “record 14 million small and large farmers in 25 countries planted 134 million hectares (330 million acres) in 2009, an increase of 7 percent or 9 million hectares (22 million acres) over 2008.”
GMO Quiz | Food, Inc. | POV | PBS
http://www.pbs.org/pov/foodinc/quiz/

How many countries are GMO crops now cultivated?

Currently,
GMOs Globally. GMO crops are grown around the world by approximately 18 million farmers, most of them in developing countries.
In total, more than 75 countries import, grow and/or research GMO & in 2016, 26 countries (seven industrial and 19 developing) planted biotech crops.
GMOs Globally | GMO Answers
https://gmoanswers.com/gmos-globally64 countries around the world require

Labeling of genetically modified (GMO)foods.

Unlike most other developed countries –
such as 28 nations in the European Union, Japan, Australia, Brazil, Russia & even China –

the U.S. has no laws requiring labeling of genetically modified foods.

Labeling Around the World | Just Label It
http://www.justlabelit.org/right-to-know-center/labeling-around-the-world/

These crops include alfalfa, soy, papaya, cotton, corn, canola, sugar beets & zucchini-yellow squash​.

Corn, cotton, canola, soy and sugar beets are particularly prevalent, with around 90 percent or higher crop domination.
this means (CAFO) Industrial​ Farming – animals are fed with disease-causing food…​Banning GMO would Decimate​ theIndustrial​l Farm Complex…
Banning GMO – would force u

If the United States were to pass laws banning GMO –
THE CAFO COMPLEX WOULD LIKELY COLLAPSE UNDER ITS OWN WEIGHT.

THE SAFETY OF CAFO MEAT MAY BE SAVED OR AT LEAST BE IMPROVED.
ALTHOUGH PASTURED​ OUTDOORS –
It has various enzymes that may help improve the digestion of nutrients from other foods. The fat present in raw milk has soluble vitamins including vitamin A, K and E. It is also rich in water soluble vitamins like C and B complex that are generally destroyed by being exposed to excessive heat.Jul 20, 2018

Benefits Of Raw Milk: From Digestion To Maintaining Bone Health …
https://food.ndtv.com/…/benefits-of-raw-milk-from-digestion-to-maintaining-bone-healt…

There are no grain crops that are considered high-risk for being genetically modified. ​Oct 3, 2017
What Grains Are Not GMO? | LIVESTRONG.COM
https://www.livestrong.com/article/201787-what-grains-are-not-gmo/

Why There Are No GMO Oats (and Probably Never Will Be) General Mills’ decision to stop using genetically modified organisms to make Cheerios (and, more to the point, its decision to brag about it on cereal boxes) was relatively easy: there’s no such thing as genetically modified oats. But Cheerios are a special case. ​Jan 10, 2014

Why There Are No GMO Oats (and Probably Never Will Be) – Modern …
https://modernfarmer.com/2014/01/heres-gmo-oats/

Top GMO Foods and Ingredients to Avoid
Aspartame. According to the EPA, aspartame is a chemical that causes neurotoxicity. …
Corn. …
Sugar Beets. …
HFCS (High Fructose Corn Syrup) …
Soy (lecithin) …
Corn Starch. …
Tomatoes. …
Sausage.
More items…
Top 20 GMO Foods and Ingredients to Avoid – Global Healing Center
https://www.globalhealingcenter.com/…/top-20-gmo-foods-and-ingredients-to-avoid/

Here are the top 20 foods that have been genetically modified:
Cotton Seeds. Almost half of cotton grown​ in the world have been genetically modified to resist pests and pesticides. …
Jatropha. …
Rice. …
Soy: …
Sugar Beets: …
Cassava. …
Papaya and Banana. …
Artificial additives, preservatives and sweeteners.
More items…
Top 20 Foods and Products that have been Genetically Modified
seattleorganicrestaurants.com/vegan-whole-foods/top-20-genetically-modified-foods/

Most Common GMOs
Alfalfa. Much of commercially available alfalfa has been genetically modified to contain a gene that makes it resistant to the herbicide Roundup. …
Aspartame. Asparatame, already widely acknowledged as unhealthy, is manufactured from genetically modified bacteria. …
Canola. …
Corn. …
Cotton. …
Dairy. …
Papaya. …
Soy.
More items…
Most Common GMOs – Kimberton Whole Foods
https://www.kimbertonwholefoods.com/most-common-gmos/
While genetically modified kidney beans, pinto beans, and black beans certainly exist, they are not as rampant as genetically modified soybeans. Buying organic is a fairly good precaution — organic food can not, by definition, be bioengineered. I say “fairly good” because there are some loopholes.
You Ask, I Answer: Genetically Modified Beans | Small Bites
smallbites.andybellatti.com/you-ask-i-answer-genetically-modified-beans/
Corn: Corn is the No. 1 crop grown in the U.S. and nearly all of it — 88 percent — is genetically modified. In addition to being added to innumerable processed foods, genetically modified corn is a staple of animal feed. 2. Soy: 93 percent of soy is genetically modified.Oct 30, 2012
Top 7 Genetically Modified Crops | HuffPost
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/margie…/genetically-modified-food_b_2039455.html

Most frozen fruits and vegetables are non-GMO unless from one of these five high-risk crops: corn, Hawaiian papaya, edamame (soybeans), zucchini and yellow summer squash. Choose organic or non-GMO verified for those five and watch out for other ingredients that might be from a risk crop.
GMO Shopping Tips | Whole Foods Market
https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/gmo-shopping-tips

What Are the Disadvantages of GMOs?
IF GMO MAGNIFIES THE ‘Survival adaptations (Vital Gluten & Lectins in the Peel)
in proportion​ to the Magnification (crop yield) –

THEN IT FOLLOWS –
EACH SEED WITH A SEED LOCK(Vital Gluten)
OR the PEEL LOADED WITH LECTINS (bitterness to deter predators​…

The HUMAN DIGESTIVE SYSTEM WOULD HAVE TO EVOLVE FAST-VERY FAST-
TO ‘SAFELY’ DISPOSE OF THE NON-NUTRIESD THE GMO MAGNIFIES?
They do not all go out – in STOOL…
The overtaxed Digestive System may have to find
‘CURIOUS STORAGE​’ places within​ the body…
ALLERGIES IN SKIN, JOINTS, LUNS, BRAIN (MEMORY ISSUES)…

More issues to consider…
It can be dangerous to other insects that are important to our ecosystem. …
It sparks concerns on changing the field of agriculture. …
It can damage the environment. …
It causes unwanted residual effects. …
It can create more weeds. …
It threatens crop diversity. …
It has trade issues.
13 Main Advantages and Disadvantages of GMOs | Green Garage
https://greengarageblog.org/13-main-advantages-and-disadvantages-of-gmos

Vote RepubliCat
Remove the Haters from Politics
Howard Shultz-
Make Starbucks Clean First!
Start with Banning GMO, Dirty Heat-Altered (Raw Dairy ‘DIRTY’ Roasted nuts& seeds & ‘Soaked’ Nuts, Seed & ‘Sprouted’ Non-GMO Ancient Grains ….
Or Trump might beat you ‘to the punch’….
This is not ‘Rocket Science’ Only Science!​

BAN-GMO!!
Uncovering the HIDDEN ‘Plant Protein’ that is milled-out or DILUTED​ FOR THE SAKE OF PROFIT!
‘Soaked’ – not ROASTED nuts & seeds (Non-GMO)-Soaking is as necessary as is a DAILY BATH…REMOVES WHATEVER​ ACCUMULATED THAT DAY-‘NOT Soaked’- DIRTY & DISEASE CAUSING!
Soy, Corn & Alfalfa – make DIRTY ANIMAL FEED –
SPROUTED – Whole not over-Milled Ancient Grains
Elimination of American Obesity, Diabetes, Homelessness & Medicare

Natural Almonds. … These are generally the almonds for eating out of hand, and for consumers’ purposes, they are considered “raw” in that they have not been blanched, a brief heating process which removes the skins, or roasted, which means essentially almonds cooked with dry heat or in oil. ​Jun 2, 2011
Is There a Difference Between Raw Almonds & Natural Almonds …
https://www.livestrong.com/…/461318-is-there-a-difference-between-raw-almonds-natur…

Most frozen fruits and vegetables are non-GMO unless from one of these five high-risk crops: corn, Hawaiian papaya, edamame (soybeans), zucchini and yellow summer squash. Choose organic or non-GMO verified for those five and watch out for other ingredients that might be from a risk crop.
GMO Shopping Tips | Whole Foods Market
https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/gmo-shopping-tips

In addition to France and Germany, other European countries that placed bans on the cultivation and sale of GMOs include Austria, Hungary, Greece, and Luxembourg. Poland has also tried to institute a ban, with backlash from the European Commission.
Genetically modified food in Europe – Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetically_modified_food_in_Europe

Is Gluten​ genetically modified?
Wheat is not a genetically modified organism (GMO). But evidence suggests that genetically modified (GMO) foods, such as soy and corn,
may help explain the recent explosion of gluten-related disorders, which now affect up to 18 million Americans.
Gluten Disorders – Institute for Responsible Technology
https://responsibletechnology.org/gmo-education/gluten-disorders/

The following flours are categorized based on their determine​ the PROTEIN CONTENT…of the ​flour, look at the nutritional information on the package. For example, if the nutritional information displays 12 grams of protein per 100 grams of flour, the protein content is 12%.
WHEN GMO OR ANCIENT GRAINS
Tips & Techniques > Determining the Protein Content in Flour – Rouxbe
https://rouxbe.com/tips-techniques/441-determining-the-protein-content-in-flour

Bread Flour – Is white flour made from hard, high-protein wheat. It has more gluten strength and protein content than all-purpose flour (ONLY 2 GRAMS 0VER-MILLED & DISEASE CAUSING​.​ It is unbleached and sometimes conditioned with ascorbic acid, which increases volume and creates better texture (LESS HEALTHY – CNS is maintained & built based on the quality of the protein). Bread flour has 12% to 14% protein (gluten)…

CNS does not rely on Animal Protein (‘Pastured’ Helpful​ to the CNS –
CAFO Animal Protein​ is Dead & ‘DISEASE CAUSING)….

Rather “Barley Loaves & Fishes” (ANCIENT grain Cereal & Omega 3 Seafood protein & Avacoao, ​etc)…GMO & GMO FARMED – DEAD, EXCESS & DISEASE CAUSING)
Types of Flour, Whats Cooking America
https://whatscookingamerica.net/Bread/FlourTypes.htm

Here are a few suggestions of protein-rich, gluten-free flours: all stocked by Naturally Good Food.
Teff flour: highest in protein.
Quinoa flour: from a ‘complete protein’
Coconut flour: high in protein.
Millet flour: good for bread.
Chickpea flour: aka gram flour.
HERITAGE (NOT GMO) Soya flour: for moisture.
More items…
High-protein gluten-free flours – Naturally Good Food : Naturally Good …
blog.naturallygoodfood.co.uk/2015/11/10/high-protein-gluten-free-flours/

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“Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are”…
Anthelme Brillat-Savarin wrote, in Physiologie du Gout, ou Meditations de Gastronomie Transcendante, 1826: “Dis-moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai ce que tu es.”
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