Have a question about GMO's

So The Council for Biotechnology Information decided that they would create a website that allows consumers to ask questions about GMO's.
link: http://gmoanswers.com

My take…how about these companies that use GMO's allow us (the consumers) to decide if we want GMO's by LABELING THEM!
I personally do not support GMO's at all. I just think that we should allow nature to run it's intended course and not alter with anything especially food.
And are we forgetting that Monsanto was responsible for agent orange…
LET ME DECIDE IF I WANT GMO's PLEASE.

I don't think a decade is enough time to decide that these crops are considered "safe".
Their has not been enough long-term studies conducted on how GMO's affect the human body on a cellular level.

So what can we do???

Support our local farmers

Choose organic produce, especially if they are from the Dirty Dozen list.

Do a cleanse at least once a year.

And continue to educate those around us.


Here are some memes I found on google…enjoy

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Here is a story I found on the Miami Herald about the continuous effects of Agent Orange.

DA NANG, Vietnam -- In many ways, Nguyen Thi Ly is just like any other 12-year-old girl. She has a lovely smile and is quick to laugh. She wants to be a teacher when she grows up. She enjoys skipping rope when she plays.
But Ly is also very different from other children. Her head is severely misshapen. Her eyes are unnaturally far apart and permanently askew. She’s been hospitalized with numerous ailments since her birth.

Her mother, 43-year-old Le Thi Thu, has similar deformities and health disorders. Neither of them has ever set foot on a battlefield, but they’re both casualties of war.

Le and her daughter are second- and third-generation victims of dioxin exposure, the result of the U.S. military’s use of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War, when the U.S. Air Force sprayed more than 20 million gallons of Agent Orange and other herbicides over parts of southern Vietnam and along the borders of neighboring Laos and Cambodia. The herbicides were contaminated with dioxin, a deadly compound that remains toxic for decades…
and causes birth defects, cancer and other illnesses.

To this day, dioxin continues to poison the land and the people. The United States has never accepted responsibility for these victims – it denies that Agent Orange is responsible for diseases among Vietnamese that are accepted as Agent Orange-caused among American veterans – and it’s unclear when this chain of misery will end."
-via Miami Herald

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/07/22/3514489/4-decades-after-war-ended-agent.html#storylink=cpy