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Health Issues Caused by Genetically Engineered (or GMO) Foods?
According to Dr. Bonnie Schnautz, ND, her many health issues all but went away 15 years ago when she made a change in her diet to one that eliminated genetically engineered foods.
As a naturopath, she has also recommended this course of action to her patients as well. She shows some simple anecdotal evidence from one of her success stories in the images at the end of the excerpt below.
Many people (as well as the World Health Organization at one time) believe that glyphosphate laden food is exacting a toll on the health of the people of the world as it is sprayed without limit on resistant crops.
It probably makes a lot of sense to reduce your pesticide bio-load simply because we have not had enough time to know what long term effects this chemical will have on our bodies. The below video proves that this can be done.
Video courtesy dailymail.co.uk
Read more about the potential benefits of eating gmo-free below:
In the late 1990’s I was diagnosed with a plethora of health issues, from allergies, asthma, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), severe hormonal imbalances and depression plus ongoing bouts with flu, sinus infections, etc.
Ironically in the 1990’s, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) or Genetically Engineered foods were introduced to the public.
According to Dr. Don Huber, professor of plant pathology at Purdue, glyphosate draws the vital nutrients out of living things. It removes the nutritional value from GM foods. Therefore, I don’t think it was a coincidence when I removed GE/GMO along with glyphosate inundated foods from my diet, that every health issue went away.For the past 15 years I’ve maintained a predominantly whole, clean diet and shared this concept with others to see them experience the same. To show you a visual of this from one of my client’s, see the before and after of Jane’s legs. Jane was eating a conventional GE/GMO glyphosate diet when we met. Four months later, her legs are healed.
Although this may be a minor inconvenience, it could have developed into a major chronic illness.
What do you think, coincidences or correlations?
Article and photos excerpted from Brenewed.com