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The top 10 breakfast cereals made with Monsanto's GMO Corn
Celestialguardian
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RE: The top 10 breakfast cereals made with Monsanto's GMO Corn
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Why Aren't Americans Dropping Like Flies?


Rats only live a few years. Humans live around 80 years, so we will notice these effects in animals long before we see them in humans. The gigantic human lab experiment is only about 10 years old, so we are likely decades away from tabulating the human casualties. This is some of the strongest evidence to date that we need to exercise the precautionary principle ASAP and avoid these foods. Naturally, the study is already under heavy fire. According to Monsanto spokesman Thomas Helscher:4


"Numerous peer-reviewed scientific studies performed on biotech crops to date, including more than a hundred feeding studies, have continuously confirmed their safety, as reflected in the respective safety assessments by regulatory authorities around the world."

However, it's critical to understand that the longest feeding study was a mere 90 days long – a far cry from two years! In the featured study, the true onslaught of diseases really set in during the 13th month of the experiment, although tumors and severe liver and kidney damage did emerge as early as four months in males, and seven months for females.

Is it any wonder then that feeding studies lasting just a few weeks or even three months have failed to corroborate these horrific findings? Reuters quotes Mark Tester, a research professor at the Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics at the University of Adelaide as saying:5


"If the effects are as big as purported, and if the work really is relevant to humans, why aren't the North Americans dropping like flies? GM has been in the food chain for over a decade over there – and longevity continues to increase inexorably."

Although there are clearly many variables that contribute to cancer, GE foods are a new candidate as they have been in our food supply for over a decade. Interestingly, cancer was just declared as having overtaken heart disease as the number one killer among American Hispanics,6 and according to 2009 CDC statistics it's now also the leading killer in 18 states.

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Leopardsands
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Post: #32
RE: The top 10 breakfast cereals made with Monsanto's GMO Corn
Corn is bad and I just cant undertsand someone who doesn't at least like some eggs or hashbrowns for bfast.

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Leopardsands
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Post: #33
RE: The top 10 breakfast cereals made with Monsanto's GMO Corn
Celestialguardian  Wrote: (09-26-2012 08:17 PM)
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Why Aren't Americans Dropping Like Flies?


Rats only live a few years. Humans live around 80 years, so we will notice these effects in animals long before we see them in humans. The gigantic human lab experiment is only about 10 years old, so we are likely decades away from tabulating the human casualties. This is some of the strongest evidence to date that we need to exercise the precautionary principle ASAP and avoid these foods. Naturally, the study is already under heavy fire. According to Monsanto spokesman Thomas Helscher:4


"Numerous peer-reviewed scientific studies performed on biotech crops to date, including more than a hundred feeding studies, have continuously confirmed their safety, as reflected in the respective safety assessments by regulatory authorities around the world."

However, it's critical to understand that the longest feeding study was a mere 90 days long – a far cry from two years! In the featured study, the true onslaught of diseases really set in during the 13th month of the experiment, although tumors and severe liver and kidney damage did emerge as early as four months in males, and seven months for females.

Is it any wonder then that feeding studies lasting just a few weeks or even three months have failed to corroborate these horrific findings? Reuters quotes Mark Tester, a research professor at the Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics at the University of Adelaide as saying:5


"If the effects are as big as purported, and if the work really is relevant to humans, why aren't the North Americans dropping like flies? GM has been in the food chain for over a decade over there – and longevity continues to increase inexorably."

Although there are clearly many variables that contribute to cancer, GE foods are a new candidate as they have been in our food supply for over a decade. Interestingly, cancer was just declared as having overtaken heart disease as the number one killer among American Hispanics,6 and according to 2009 CDC statistics it's now also the leading killer in 18 states.

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Great sign Celestial
Great post

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Post: #34
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Malpractice  Wrote: (09-26-2012 07:07 PM)
well I didnt see capt crunch on the list. does that mean I'm safe?

Not if you like your teeth. I used to eat Capt Crunch straight from the box until I got a film of sugar paste stuck to the roof of my mouth.

Tread carefully. Lmao (notice laughing guy has one toof)

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Leopardsands  Wrote: (09-26-2012 08:26 PM)
Corn is bad and I just cant undertsand someone who doesn't at least like some eggs or hashbrowns for bfast.

I usually have poached eggs but these days I just don't know if I can even trust eating eggs.
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Post: #36
RE: The top 10 breakfast cereals made with Monsanto's GMO Corn
Leopardsands  Wrote: (09-26-2012 08:26 PM)
Corn is bad and I just cant undertsand someone who doesn't at least like some eggs or hashbrowns for bfast.

My body doesn't appear to like corn, it passes the corn through untouched while everything else has been turned into shit.
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RE: The top 10 breakfast cereals made with Monsanto's GMO Corn
Ahriman  Wrote: (09-26-2012 08:29 PM)
Malpractice  Wrote: (09-26-2012 07:07 PM)
well I didnt see capt crunch on the list. does that mean I'm safe?

Not if you like your teeth. I used to eat Capt Crunch straight from the box until I got a film of sugar paste stuck to the roof of my mouth.

Tread carefully. Lmao (notice laughing guy has one toof)

Lmao

I know, I used to eat that crap when I was kid too. That and cookie crisp.
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Katz  Wrote: (09-26-2012 07:05 PM)
I was hoping none of my favorites were on this list. But lo and behold, there are the honey nut chex!!

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I've been eating Nature's Path cereals for 20+ years (I live in Vancouver and they started here), they've got everything you could want in a cereal, highly delicious and totally organic. Check them out, I guarantee you'll find something you love! I've tried just about every one they put out and they are all yummy. And you know you're not killing yourself when you eat them.
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Crazycanuck  Wrote: (09-26-2012 08:32 PM)
And you know you're not killing yourself when you eat them.

I still think I prefer food that hasn't been hauled around in a dump truck and then played around with in a factory. I mean, is that really necessary?
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I have a about a case of canned corn in my preps. If it is GM I'm getting of it but I'm wondering if I should let it be used for garden fertilizer or if it's too toxic for even theat?
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Malpractice  Wrote: (09-26-2012 08:30 PM)
Leopardsands  Wrote: (09-26-2012 08:26 PM)
Corn is bad and I just cant undertsand someone who doesn't at least like some eggs or hashbrowns for bfast.

I usually have poached eggs but these days I just don't know if I can even trust eating eggs.

You can if those are "free range" and organic (grass and the beetles that live in sidewalk cracks) fed.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-26-2012 08:37 PM)
Crazycanuck  Wrote: (09-26-2012 08:32 PM)
And you know you're not killing yourself when you eat them.

I still think I prefer food that hasn't been hauled around in a dump truck and then played around with in a factory. I mean, is that really necessary?

You are right of course. One box of Nature's Path will last me two months, I eat it maybe once a week at the most. I grow a lot of my own veg and fruit and buy organic and local (which fortunately we can do where we live because there are lots of farms and greenhouses here). Organic is in big demand here and so the prices are comparable to "regular" food. Buy local, always, if you can. And demand from your grocers that they stock local and organic items. It works.
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I live near everything I need right now, farmers market across the street once a week, organic and regular stores all within walking distance. Crappy food surrounds me too. I drove past a Macdonalds yesterday around noon, the drive up line was backed up into the street. And on the radio someone was talking about how good obama care will be .... ha ha ha ha count me out, I will not be paying for someone else's consequences.
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DON'T FORGET ABOUT GM WHEAT

Wheat Belly - William Davis

http://www.amazon.com/Wheat-Belly-Lose-W...1609611543

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Bt toxin in GM corn is supposedly a safe insecticide. It ruptures the stomach of insects that eat it. Monsanto claims that it will be broken down in the digestive system and therefore not have an impact on anyone's health.

But it has already been found in people . . .

from

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articl...erged.aspx

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21338670

"Last year, doctors at Sherbrooke University Hospital in Quebec found Bt-toxin in the blood of:
• 93 percent of pregnant women tested
• 80 percent of umbilical blood in their babies, and
• 67 percent of non-pregnant women
The study authors speculate that the Bt-toxin was likely consumed in the normal diet of the Canadian middle class—which makes sense when you consider that genetically engineered corn is present in the vast majority of all processed foods and drinks in the form of high fructose corn syrup. They also suggest that the toxin may have come from eating meat from animals fed Bt corn, which most livestock raised in confined animal feeding operations (CAFO, or so-called "factory farms") are.

These shocking results raise the frightening possibility that eating Bt corn might actually turn your intestinal flora into a sort of "living pesticide factory"… essentially manufacturing Bt-toxin from within your digestive system on a continuing basis.

If this hypothesis is correct, is it then also possible that the Bt-toxin might damage the integrity of your digestive tract in the same way it damages insects? Remember, the toxin actually ruptures the stomach of insects, causing them to die. The biotech industry has insisted that the Bt-toxin doesn't bind or interact with the intestinal walls of mammals (which would include humans). But again, there are peer-reviewed published research showing that Bt-toxin does bind with mouse small intestines and with intestinal tissue from rhesus monkeys."

that study would be here:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10777680

Cry1Ac protoxin from Bacillus thuringiensis sp. kurstaki HD73 binds to surface proteins in the mouse small intestine.



People aren't dropping like flies all over North America because the damage doesn't happen in 5 minutes, or even overnight. It's a very slow accumulation of damage to the intestines. What all this means is that it could take years for chronic diseases to manifest.

The only people saying GM foods are safe are the companies selling it, and their former employees who now work at the FDA.

The people who can't do the math should eat the corn.
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