The Pros And Cons Of Gmo Foods

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Do you know what's in the food you stuff your face with? Many people across the world eat GMOs (genetically modified organisms) without even knowing. GMOs are not the solution the world hunger, in fact, they are hurting more than they are helping. We should put an end to all genetically modified organisms and create a more effective solution which will end world hunger. GMOs are like acid they slowly erode everything away until there's nothing left until nothing exists until nothing is left to be destroyed. They are eating away at the environment. Similar to how water leaks from a cup and reveals the innards which may have fungus GMO’s are slowly being revealed as horrible for the world. How can we knowingly destroy the earth we live on? GMOs are not helping to solve the problem they were created for, which is world hunger. A prime example of this is golden rice. First, we know that golden rice can’t be grown in the kind of soil which it would be of use in. Second, to grow golden rice extreme use of fertilizer and pesticide is needed this expensive input is unaffordable to the very people that this variety of food is supposed to help. And we've also learned that golden rice requires large amounts of water,…show more content…
GMOs will taste and look better, for example, McDonald's has admitted to altering their burgers. Which is why they look and taste so good. Many GMOs tend to last longer than normal food and some GMOs repel insects due to the modified ingredients. A very good example would be corn that is crafted by splicing into commercial varieties a gene (or genes) from a harmless bacterium. The bacterial genes express proteins that are toxic to corn-boring insects, but that is. harmless to birds, fish, and mammals, including humans. As the modified corn fends off the buzzing insect pests, it also reduces the levels of the mold Fusarium, thereby reducing the levels of fumonisin.
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