Genetically modified food. Is it good for us or a bad trend that needs to end?
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The modern field of genetic medicine began in the 1950s when scientists started to learn how to modify organisms to promote their health and longevity. Today, there are hundreds of genetically modified plants and animals being produced globally. According to a 2021 report by The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) at the University of Minnesota Libraries, these transgenic crops require strict regulations on production, distribution, sale, processing, transport, storage, handling, use and disposal (National Academies Press). These laws and policies apply not only to the creation of GMO seeds but also to the transportation of seeds from place to place. However, genetic modification can also be used to improve food quality. For example, it could provide an alternative to using pesticides, herbicides, or other chemicals with the goal of improving agricultural productivity. But, this technology can pose risks for people and animals and should be used responsibly by governments and individuals.
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A review of GM food
Hi guys, I hope you fine and doing their routine activities in normal way. This discussion, as the title shows is about the food but is genetically modified food. First question is not what I mean by genetically modified food? This is because all you already know about at least, if you have not eaten them.
Should Genetically Modified Foods Be Labelled?
Farmers have been developing favorable traits by selectively breeding crops since the beginning of agriculture. The age old practice of creating more tolerant and pest resistant plants with higher yield has turned into a complicated, and sometimes secretive and modern process of genetic engineering. With modern technology, alterations can be made directly to the DNA of various plants. With only a few companies leading the market in genetically modified crops, and sometimes entire strains becoming eradicated by a single illness, controversy envelops present-day regulations concerning genetically modified foods. Issues being discussed include the safety and treatment of farmers, gene-patenting, food affordability, the environment, and the quality assurance of the crops being produced. How do genetically modified foods affect humans and other wildlife? Do consumers have the right to know when genetically modified crops are present in food products?
Imagine going to the grocery store; this is one of the first times you have had to go about buying your own groceries and making sure you are getting all the vitamins and nutrients that come from the foods we eat. In every section of the store, you see foods labeled organic, Non-G.M.O., or contains G.M.O.s. Does it matter which one you pick? Does one have more health benefits compared to the others? Are they all safe to eat? There is no clear answer because there is a lot of debate around G.M.O. use for our produce, but that does not keep people from buying those products.
Blue Corn Moon
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GM Food Hazards
Genetically Modified (GM) organisms are those who have had their genetic characteristics altered by having a modified gene or had a gene from another organism inserted by a genetic engineering technique.