GMO’s and Infertility

GMO’s are an issue that needs to be seriously addressed in the United States. When many other countries have banned the production and distribution of GMO’s, the U.S. continues to ignore valuable research and continue down a disastrous path. Research has shown that GMO’s are linked to autism and chronic disease. Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a research scientist at MIT, has stated repeatedly that by 2025 half of American children will be autistic, which will largely be due to the consumption of GMO’s.

If that wasn’t bad enough, scientists are now finding links between GMO’s and infertility. In a study conducted by Dr. El-Shamei what was found was that:

Corn grains from Ajeeb YG or its control (Ajeeb) were incorporated into rodent diets at 30% concentrations administered to rats (n= 10/group) for 45 and 91 days…General conditions were observed daily…and serum biochemistry were measured. The data showed several statistically significant differences in organs/body weight and serum biochemistry between the rats fed on GM and/or Non-GM corn and the rats fed on AIN93G diets. In general, GM corn sample caused several changes by increase or decrease organs/body weight or serum biochemistry values. This indicates potential adverse health/toxic effects of GM corn and further investigations still needed.

In another study, which was conducted in Austria, scientists concluded that:

It has been shown that GM maize fed to mice significantly reduced their fertility over three to four breeding cycles within one generation. Similar effects were found in mice fed GM maize and bred over four generations; although the results did not reach statistical significance in any one generation, the trend was unmistakable, more pups lost and smaller litters in the GM-fed mice.

Here is a graph from the CDC on infertility in the U.S. and the introduction of GMO’s:

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Dr. Don M. Huber, a scientist studying plant diseases for a total of 50 years in the U.S. and around the world and spent 35 years at Purdue University as Professor Emeritus of plant pathology, has come to the same conclusion in his own studies.


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