Jeffrey M. Smith & Mike Adams: the Biotech Industry is taking over Our Food!

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Jeffrey M. Smith & Mike Adams: Biotech Industry Taking Over Our Food Supply:

Mike also talks with Jeffrey M. Smith, author of the number one GMO bestseller Seeds of Deception and Genetic Roulette,

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GMOs result in acute kidney disease:

GMOs continue to be a silent killer in America. But neither the government nor the food companies are concerned about the condition of the general public who consume these GMO foods and end up fighting for their life at hospitals. Natural News reports that severe kidney diseases have doubled in the last decade as a result of over-consumption of GMO foods. The American Society of Nephrology states that the total number of deaths due to severe kidney problems has risen to 39,000 in 2009 from 18,000 in 2000. The number of deaths has more than doubled in a decade. A number of studies in recent years have been able to relate GMO foods directly to kidney failure and so the reason for such a large number of deaths can easily be perceived.

According to Chi-yuan Hsu, kidney failure is a silent killer because a person cannot feel anything even if 80 percent of his kidneys are damaged. It is a fact that the kidney is a robust organ and continues to function properly even if most of it is jeopardized. So, kidney failure can take the form of an epidemic before anyone can know about the disease. The only way of treating acute kidney damage is dialysis but studies show that one-fifth of the patients who undergo dialysis die. Natural News reports that a recent study published by the International Journal of Biological Sciences or IJBS shows that GM corn produced by Monsanto are directly linked to kidney and liver damage in rats. Though its long-term effect on human is still unknown, it is thought that people who consume GMO foods daily are bound to suffer from kidney failure at one point of life. However, the government is not at all concerned about public health and continues to push for GMOs in the market.

Russia has now officially banned all imports of genetically modified corn, citing concerns from a recent study by French researchers showing rats grew massive cancer tumors when fed a lifetime of Monsanto’s genetically modified corn.

Russia’s consumer protection group, Rospotrebnadzor, said it was halting all imports of GM corn while the country’s Institute of Nutrition will be evaluating the results of the study.

The Russian ban is the latest blow to Monsanto, a company desperately clinging to the myth that its genetically modified crops are “no different” than traditional crops and therefore long-term safety testing is completely unnecessary. Monsanto has assaulted the French study, claiming it did not use enough rats and that the duration of the study was too short — an absurd claim, given that Monsanto’s own studies on animals are only 90 days in duration, while the French study looked at the effects of rats eating GM corn (and drinking trace levels of Roundup herbicide) for two years.

Notably, the large cancer tumors did not begin to appear until after the rats reached adulthood. Monsanto’s GM corn has been in the U.S. food supply for more than a decade, and its corn is found in many popular breakfast cereals.

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Europe-wide ban on Monsanto GM corn imminent in wake of French study linking it to cancer

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Monsanto fails at attempt to explain away

tumors caused by GM corn

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