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Genetically Modified Foods (GMOs) are killing you, your health, and your gut!

Have you ever stopped to question what’s really on your plate? It might just be more than you bargained for.

The Silent Ingredient: GMOs

Imagine a bite of your favorite meal. Tasty? Sure. But let's dive deeper. Ever come across the term GMO? That stands for Genetically Modified Organisms, and they've been sneaking onto our plates since around 1995.

The devastating effects of genetically modified food

The Alarming Facts About GMOs

Now, let’s get down to brass tacks. GMOs aren’t just some fancy scientific word. In fact, an overwhelming majority of these GMOs, especially here in the U.S., come with a startling secret: they make their own pesticide. That’s right! Think about it. The food you munch on daily, like that crunchy corn-on-the-cob, is possibly churning out its own bug killer.

Corn's Untold Story

Hold onto your hats! The leading food many of us eat, almost ritualistically, is corn. And here's a stunner: a whopping 98% of all corn here is genetically modified. In simpler terms? It's producing its own pesticide. And why? To fend off pests that would otherwise love to munch on it.

Crops that are genetically modified

The Impact on Our Health

But wait, there’s a twist. While these GMOs are busy warding off insects, there's an unintended side effect. They’re not just killing bugs; they might be harming us too. Ever since GMOs made their grand entrance in 1995, there's been a worrying uptrend. Research this for a minute: GI disorders have skyrocketed. Why? These GMOs might harm bugs by creating holes in their gut, leading to these disorders. If they can do that to insects, imagine what they might be doing inside of us!

A Simple Solution: Go Organic

Facing gut troubles or just want to play it safe? There's one straightforward answer: switch to 100% organic. It's a choice that lets you take control of your health and what you consume.

Join the Movement

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