Qare GMOs safe fro human consumption

are GMOs safe fro human consumption

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Many consumers are led to believe that GMOs can cause cancer, autism, gluten issues or other illnesses. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Every leading health organization in the world stands behind the safety of GMOs. Extensive and continuous studies on GMOs are being conducted to ensure their ongoing safety for consumption. Click here to find thousands of studies on the safety of GMOs. Click here to find hundreds of independent studies.

 

GMOs take several years and millions of dollars to come to market. Click here to find out how much time, money and research goes into every GMO you eat before you ever see it.

 

 

You can also see how experts respond to claims that GMOs cause cancer and allergies, and that long-term health studies aren’t conducted on GMO plants. If you have any additional questions, please ask them here.

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