SMOKINCHOICES (and other musings)

January 17, 2013

Understand B4 too late

Bio-threats of SOIL- Food  destruction from GE Crops

Ge Crops Affect Soil Fertility Popular Protein Food Now a Breeding Ground for
Botulism?
   Ge Crops Affect Soil Fertility
These alarming findings from a new German study will make you think twice about consuming this very popular protein staple… A clear (and potentially deadly) threat to anyone eating it, this is breaking news you can’t afford to miss…

Story at-a-glance

  • Genetically engineered crops and food products pose a threat to your health, resistance to disease, soil, and the global food supply
  • GE seed wars in India have resulted in a group of Indian scientists being found guilty of infecting and hiding the fact that indigenously created Bt cotton contained a Monsanto gene in a rush to get the seed to market
  • A new study shows glyphosate (from GE feed) alters the gut flora in poultry; pathogenic bacteria like Salmonella and Botulism are strengthened, while beneficial bacteria are weakened, which is a setup for making you sick from poultry consumption
  • The world may be running out of topsoil, as soil is being lost at 10 to 40 times the rate it can be replenished
  • Cultivation of GE crops may be a major contributor by adversely altering soil’s ecological balance and fertility, possibly irreversibly; DNA from GE organisms is not readily broken down by soil microbes, and this foreign DNA can mix with the DNA of these microbes to create bizarre strains, toxins, and otherwise interfere with the biological system that controls soil’s fertility
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