You likely won’t notice the change.
If anything, your food might look a little more attractive or appear a bit fresher.
But those unblemished veggies and perfect cuts of meat could be hiding something ROTTEN deep inside.
See, the feds are on the verge of making a massive change.
One that could lead to untested and potentially harmful food being sold to unsuspecting Americans.
They are about to quietly give the thumbs up to genetic tinkering on a scale we’ve never seen before.
And no one will know… not until it’s too late… because these new nightmare foods won’t just be untested. They will be unlabeled also.
In fact, it will be impossible to distinguish them from all the other foods sharing the shelves in the supermarket.
How untested new GMOs could hit the market soon
The feds are proposing a way to RUSH new genetically modified (GMO) foods to market faster than ever before. And even worse, it’s to be done with no human testing.
And when I say “no human testing,” I mean ZERO.
Heck, there won’t even be tests on guinea pigs. Which means every consumer who unknowingly eats this stuff will become the unwitting guinea pigs.
GMO foods, on the whole, are already poorly tested. But the new rule would go further.
It would allow a total exemption for certain new foods made with genetic modifications. Any GMO that’s “similar in kind” to what growers might be able to achieve EVENTUALLY using traditional methods gets a pass.
So what counts as “similar in kind” and who gets to decide? Are you sitting down for this one?
The companies that MAKE these GMO franken-foods get to decide!
The simple trick to avoiding genetically modified foods
That’s right, the folks concocting these foods in their labs get to decide, entirely on their own, if what they’re whipping up is exempt from any regulation or oversight.
It’s part of an alarming trend in which genetically modified foods are being rushed to market, in most cases without consumers ever knowing.
Just look at these recent headlines:
- USDA plans to scale back regulation of genetically modified plants
- Restaurants could be first to get genetically modified salmon
- Pig farmers seek streamlined reviews for GMO pork
- USDA identifies two Monsanto strains in rogue GMO wheat in Washington state
That last one, by the way, is especially alarming and here’s why: GMO wheat is NOT approved for cultivation.
It’s not supposed to be there. Yet there it is growing in with crops that are intended to end up in our food supply!
The trend is obvious. LESS regulation and MORE genetically modified foods on the market.
And it’s not just corn and soy anymore. Genetic tinkering is being done on everything from wheat to meat. And yet most consumers have no idea.
Your best bet is to choose organic foods whenever possible. It will cost you a bit more, but at the moment it’s the only way to ensure your meal is GMO -free.
Plus, you’ll be avoiding dangerous pesticides and, in many cases, getting higher levels of essential nutrients.