Genetic modification of foods began in the nineteen eighties. The biotechnology giant Monsanto started to alter corn to defy its actions in attempting to round up their bud clearing agenda-or herbicide roundup, as it had been generally known.
The aim was to eliminate weeds but not plants and withstand with a corn pest called the corn borer. These tiny changes in the Deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA, the building blocks of proteins within the body of the corn have been extracted from the plant as carbohydrates.
Those proteins act as allergens, provoking a disorder marked by the overproduction of a type of white blood cell called an eosinophil. The U.S. government began approving GMO soybeans and corn available at the mid-1990s, also now, 88 percent of corn, and 93 percent of soybeans will be the transgenic forms.
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Roundup is the favorite weed killer of farmers. But it has been found to cause cancer. Farmers who were using this without any protection are now suffering from cancer. if you are one of them then you are eligible for Monsanto roundup lawsuit.
According to case studies, due to cross-pollination through winds, birds, and bees, there is no such thing as a GMO-free corn harvest in the U.S."It is nearly impossible to discover a corn origin in the USA that does not have the protein inside," Dr. Mansman, an allergist who functions in a Virginia hospital, told an American Magazine.