Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Experts around the world agree that we should eat plenty of raw fruits and vegetables. 

However, the market is flooded with GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) fruits and 

vegetables, despite the fact that many different studies have shown that GMO products can 

seriously affect our overall health! Do you really know what you eat? Unfortunately, most 

people can not identify the GMO tomatoes or other GMO products, so in this article we are going 

to show you how to distinguish between themHow Safe Are GMOs? There are two very different 

views when it comes to the health and safety of genetically modified food — industry leaders 

and scientists who support GMOs, and those who believe that GMOs are harmful. Genetically 

modified foods have been linked to toxic and allergic reactions, sick, sterile and dead livestock, 

and damage to virtually every organ studied in lab animals. Note: Most developed nations do 

not consider GMOs to be safe. In fact, in more than 60 countries around the world, including 

Australia, Mexico, Peru, Japan and all of the countries in the European Union, there are 

significant restrictions or outright bans on the production and sale of GMOs. How To Identify 

GMO Products — GMO Labeling By reading the PLU code, or price lookup number printed on the 

sticker, you can tell if a product was conventionally grown, organically grown, or genetically 

modified. Conventionally grown fruits and vegetables (grown with fertilizers, pesticides, 

fungicidess, antibiotics, hormones), are labeled with a four digits code. For instance, a banana is 

labeled with the code: 4011. Organic fruits and vegetables (produced without synthetic 

chemicals), are labeled with a five digits code, starting with the number 9. An organic banana 

would be: 94011 Genetically modified (GMO) fruits and vegetables are labeled with a five digits 

code, starting with the number 8. A genetically modified banana would be: 84011 Note: These 

tips are very important, as currently more than 80 percent of processed foods in the United 

States have been genetically modified. In many European countries, including Austria, France, 

Germany, Greece, Hungary, Luxembourg and Italy, the production and sale of GMO products is 


This Video Perfectly Explains The ‘Safety’ Of GMO Products

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