GMOs Since 1974, scientists around the world have been discussing how dangerous GMOs are. At the present time, many scientists are increasingly alarmed about the negative impact of GMOs on humans, based on data from experiments with animals. We can list the negative aspects of the negative impact of these products on humans: obesity, food allergies, weakening of immunity, which often leads to epidemics.
Unfortunately, GMO products have a big and fast profit, which drives our manufacturers and businessmen to make a profit. Now in the whole world, despite the prohibitions of official sources, genetically modified foods are used in food. Especially the US is leading in this issue. Trying to protect their own population from GMO products, many countries have labeled products on GMOs, or organized the sale of these products at a low price. There are countries that have organized a territory free of GMO products. But unfortunately innovative technologies run forward and it is impossible tostop this process. This is the case when humanity is stepping on its own rake.
We would like to recall some of the negative consequences of human consumption of genetically modified products. It is forbidden to sell products in which genetically modified plants are resistant to antibiotics. After all, this can lead to the problem of treating many diseases. In addition, every insertion of a gene into the body is a mutation. What will the human mutation lead us to learn in the future while our children suffer from the consumption of GMOs. Already, changes are found in the human body that consume GMO products. It is noted that, from crossing different classes of plants or animals, infertility results, for example, crossing a horse and donkey gives us a mule.
GMOs already present a danger to the future generation of man. Gene-modified plants are resistant to almost all agricultural chemicals, which indicates the rapid spread of plants across the Earth. In Russia, GMO products appeared in the 1990s. Despite official restrictions on the use of GMOs, genetically modified substances are often found in, in meat, dairy products, bakery products and also in infant food for young children. The most common is soy. The producers were obliged to check the products at the level of GMOs, but the inspection as a rule for transgenic products takes place mainly at the expense of their producers and often it is sufficiently biased. In Russia, GM crops are officially banned, but at the same time the import of these products is allowed.
The development of market relations in Russia promoted the spread of GMO products. According to the latest data of Russian scientists, GMO products lead to an increase in oncological diseases and to infertility. The use of new technologies without understanding the consequences of their actions can lead to tragic consequences.