(OrganicJar) An independent study commissioned by the Austrian Ministry of Health has found significant infertility effects from mice fed genetically modified (GM) corn. Monsanto, which has a near-world monopoly on all agricultural seeds tried to, not only stop the study from the beginning, but then tried to block the results from being published.
In one study design where mice were continuously breeding. Mice fed on GM corn had no litters or produced less offspring after the third or fourth litters, than those fed on conventional corn. The differences were statistically significant.
The corn, sold by Monsanto, contains a gene that produces the toxic “Bt” pesticide in every cell and in every bite. The results raise the question whether this toxin (or some other unpredictable change in the GM corn) might be contributing to the rise in infertility, allergies or other immune disorders in North America.
Monsanto (and the other GM corporations) have NEVER provided any help for feeding studies or other research over which they do not have direct control over the results. That is why truly independent studies are almost impossible to conduct.
Download the Austrian study
It’s a whole new wave of natural selection taking place. The evolution of the human race is about to make a major shift in favor of those who don’t poison themselves with toxic foods, medicines and consumer products. “Survival of the fittest” will soon come to mean “extinction of the chemically intoxicated.”
Remember: In many cases, infertility is Mother Nature’s way of telling conventional consumers that they’re too unhealthy to have babies anymore.
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