GMOs (genetically modified organism: including bacteria used in medicine such as insulin and vaccines for hepatitis B, and foods). Traditionally crops have been improved through genetically enhanced breeding this is a huge advantage for improving agriculture including disease resistance and insect resistance . Corn, soybeans, cotton, and canola. Over 90% of all those plants have been genetically modified. Another more recent example of a genetically modified food is apples that resist browning when cut. GMOs are prevalent in the food industry. The National Academy for Science, the US’s #1 source for independent objective advice and other large prestigious health and science groups have concluded that GMOs are safe for human health. As GMOs stand today, there are no health benefits to eating them over non-GMO foods.
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