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Signs Of Food Toxicity In Genetically Engineered Eggplant

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Commercial planting in India currently barred

Plans for India’s first genetically engineered crop for human consumption have triggered a safety report that reveals signs of food toxicity. According to this study prepared independently from industry, there are serious indications that the consumption of this genetically engineered (Bt) eggplant (also called brinjal in India) can cause inflammation, reproductive disorders and liver damage.

ROUNDUP SPRAYED ON GM SOY CAUSES HEALTH PROBLEMS AND ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE – SPRAYED PEOPLE SPEAK

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Argentine people whose lives have been affected by glyphosate (Roundup®) herbicide spraying on genetically modified (GM) Roundup Ready soy[1] have told their stories in a series of interviews.[2]

One interviewee is Viviana Peralta,[3] a housewife from San Jorge, Santa Fe, Argentina. Peralta had to rush her newborn baby daughter, Ailen, to hospital after Roundup and other agrochemicals were sprayed on GM soy from planes flying near her home. The baby had turned blue and Peralta herself suffered respiratory problems.

Genetically Modified Soy Diets Lead to Ovary and Uterus Changes in Rats

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If you're still eating genetically modified (GM) soybeans and you plan on having kids, a Brazilian study may make you think again about what you put in your mouth. Female rats fed GM soy for 15 months showed significant changes in their uterus and reproductive cycle, compared to rats fed organic soy or those raised without soy. Published in The Anatomical Record in 2009, this finding adds to the mounting body of evidence suggesting that GM foods contribute to reproductive disorders (see summary at end).

GROUNDBREAKING STUDY SHOWS ROUNDUP LINK TO BIRTH DEFECTS

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International scientists confirm dangers of Roundup at GMO-Free Regions Conference in Brussels

DNA from transgenic plants found in milk and animal tissue

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Traces of genetically engineered maize and soy in goats, fish and pigs

Munich, 19 August 2010. A recent Testbiotech survey shows that DNA fragments from transgenic plants are increasingly found in animal tissue such as milk, inner organs and muscles. Most recently, in April 2010, scientists from Italy reported DNA sequences stemming from genetically engineered soy in milk from goats. These DNA fragments are presumably, entering the blood stream from the gut and then from there reaching the udder and the milk.

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