How Does Gmo Affect The Human Body

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With global warming becoming a rising issue, people around the world are looking for new ways to reduce their fossil fuel consumption. A possible solution to this would be to genetically modify crops so they can grow in certain climates. This would allow them to be planted in local areas, thus keeping their travel distance to a minimum. As a result, fossil fuel consumption would be reduced, ultimately improving the health of the environment. On the surface, this may seem like a positive solution, but genetically modified (GM) crops tend to cause more problems than solve them. It’s likely that GM foods are affecting the human body. Furthermore, the Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) industry is very cruel towards its employees. Farmers are stuck with monotonous tasks. Additionally, it’s becoming difficult to avoid eating GMO foods. The environment may be important, but it’s nothing without the people in it. Genetically modifying crops to grow in certain locations would negatively affect farmers and consumers, thus leading to larger issues than the health of the environment
The human body’s immune system is strong, but not strong enough to fight against unnatural, genetically modified foods. Studies have shown that since GMOs were introduced,
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While fossil fuel pollution is becoming an increasing problem, the population of the planet is suffering. GMO farmers are working terrible jobs while not making enough money to live. Similarly, consumers are being affected simply by eating GMO by-products. GMO will never be gone forever, but increasing the amount of GMO crops produced will cause far greater problems than just planting natural, organic plants. Foods may need to travel greater distances to reach their destination while increasing fossil fuel consumption, but it’s a sacrifice we must make in order to keep the population of the planet

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