GMO Soy Kills Rats in 3 Weeks

You know GMO food is bad for you. How bad is it? Bad….very bad.

In just a matter of 3 weeks, half of the baby rats that were fed a diet of GMO soy and maise died in a recent study. And the other half? Many of them showed liver damage in 30 days.

I know, you’re not a rat.  Right?  Wrong. You may not look or feel like a rat, but you are part of one big experiment on mankind. GM foods are everywhere and our bodies behave very similarly to rats.

Your Gut is Producing Pesticides

You are what you eat has never been more true. If you are eating food that has been engineered to grow its own pesticide inside it, your body will too if you eat lots of GM food.

GM food has been shown to affect the liver, kidneys, DNA and reproductive organs of animals who eat it. Just to reiterate. Your body reacts the same way. Whatever causes disease and death to the animal kingdom, will do the same to us.

Nothing lives in the fields where GM crops are grown. Just uniform, perfect looking grains. No bugs, no bees, no pests of any sort. If you kill off the life inside of you – the good microorganisms, you will have destroyed your health forever.

Beware of Food in Health Food Stores

Love to shop at health food stores like Sprouts, Whole Foods, or Trader Joe’s? Beware of their pre-cooked packaged food in the food bars or refrigerated sections. Even if they are using non-GMO corn, wheat or soy, chances are the food has been cooked in canola oil which is mostly GMO.

I used to love some of the food at Whole Foods until I started reading labels more thoroughly years ago. Almost all pre-cooked food has been done in canola oil. Lots of delicious snacks on the shelf at Trader Joe’s have also been cooked in canola oil.

Last weekend I went to a very popular, upscale health food store in the heart of L.A. It was packed. They had a lovely hot food bar where everything was organic. The food was pricey, but oh so delicious.

You Want This Disease – Orthorexia

Generally, I think it is smart to avoid disease. I would be proud, however, to be diagnosed with “orthorexia” – a “fixation on righteous eating” . Orthorexics become “fixed on food quality and purity”. I admit that I do not have a full-blown case yet, but I’m working on it. You should too.

To your Health!

Peter Gillham

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