May 1, 2014

Are GMOs promoting autism, anti-social and cannibalistic behaviors?

Jeffrey M. Smith
Institute for Responsible Technology       
"It appears there is a direct correlation between GMOs and autism." --Arden Anderson, MD, PhD, MPH

Jeffrey Smith summarizes research that will make you avoid GMOs like the plague!
Physician Jennifer Armstrong admits, "Twenty years ago, I didn't even know what the word autism meant. It was rare." But then something shifted. Whether it was the food, medicine, environment, or some combination, by 2008, an astounding 1 in 54 boys suffered from autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the US [1]. What is it that is damaging the health and well-being of so many of our children? Don Huber, PhD, professor emeritus from Purdue University, has an idea.

In October 2011, Dr. Huber gave a talk in Germany about the physiological, neurological, and behavioral symptoms of pigs, cows, and rats fed genetically modified (GM) feed. After his lecture, a physician and autism specialist approached him and said, "The symptoms you describe are exactly what we are finding in our autistic children."

The animals in those studies were fed the same GM soy and corn eaten by children and adults in the US. Both crops are outfitted with bacterial genes that allow them to survive being sprayed with herbicide, which kills plants. As a result, higher residues of toxic weed killer end up inside our food. In addition, some GM corn varieties have an even more unsettling characteristic: their inserted genes produce an insect-killing poison called Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) toxin in every cell - and in every bite. Although the biotech seed companies like Monsanto claim that their genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are harmless, that's not what the independent scientists are finding.
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