Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Breaking News Genetically Modified Foods in America End Times News Update 4-2-13




2 April 2013 Breaking News Genetically Modified Foods in the USA Government approved and this is a worldwide issue too. Ask yourself this question when you buy food at the grocery store what are you buying? Do you know or are you trusting the food is the real deal as God intended well not no more parents what are you feeding your children...we are living in the last days...man is playing God and there is a price to pay and we are the experiments the human race this includes you and me..End Times News Update 4-2-13 Genetic engineering Animal DNA Human DNA

Population at risk

Unlike drug approvals, biotech companies do not conduct human studies. They would therefore fail to identify both general human health reactions, and the potentially more serious ones endured by sub-populations. "If some consumers suffer from stomach problems or ulcers," for example, the paper states, "the new toxins will possibly act differently; the digestion in children could be affected too." The paper recommends the implementation of post market monitoring, which, among other things, "should be linked with the possibility of detecting allergenicity reactions to GMOs in routine medicine."

But even if authorities wanted to conduct epidemiological studies on GMOs, the authors acknowledge that they "are not feasible in America, since there is no organized traceability of GMOs anywhere on the continent." Not only is labeling of GMOs urgently needed to allow such studies to proceed, the study says:

"The traceability of products from animals fed on GMOs is also crucial. The reason for this is because they can develop chronic diseases which are not utterly known today.... Labeling animals fed on GMOs is therefore necessary because some pesticide residues linked to GMOs could pass into the food chain."

They also point out that "even if pesticides residues or DNA fragments are not toxic nor transmitted by themselves" nevertheless, "nobody would want to eat disabled or physiologically modified animals after long-term GMOs ingestion."

"New experiments," they concluded, "should be systematically performed to protect the health of billions of people that could consume directly or indirectly these transformed products."

GMOs are used in biological and medical research, production of pharmaceutical drugs, experimental medicine (e.g. gene therapy), and agriculture (e.g. golden rice, resistance to herbicides). The term "genetically modified organism" does not always imply, but can include, targeted insertions of genes from one species into another. For example, a gene from a jellyfish, encoding a fluorescent protein called GFP, can be physically linked and thus co-expressed with mammalian genes to identify the location of the protein encoded by the GFP-tagged gene in the mammalian cell. Such methods are useful tools for biologists in many areas of research, including those who study the mechanisms of human and other diseases or fundamental biological processes in eukaryotic or prokaryotic cells.

Bacteria were the first organisms to be modified in the laboratory, due to their simple genetics.[22] These organisms are now used for several purposes, and are particularly important in producing large amounts of pure human proteins for use in medicine.[23]

Genetically modified bacteria are used to produce the protein insulin to treat diabetes.[24] Similar bacteria have been used to produce clotting factors to treat haemophilia,[25] and human growth hormone to treat various forms of dwarfism.[26][27]

In addition, various genetically engineered micro-organisms are routinely used as sources of enzymes for the manufacture of a variety of processed foods. These include alpha-amylase from bacteria, which converts starch to simple sugars, chymosin from bacteria or fungi that clots milk protein for cheese making, and pectinesterase from fungi which improves fruit juice clarity.