The Pros And Cons Of GMO

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Genetically Modified Foods Zaid Tabaza As biotechnology is a double-edged sword, it has its pros and cons. Genetically modified food (GMF) is indeed a very controversial topic. Many people believe that GMF is very important because it’s easier to produce in a faster and more efficient manner that yields larger quantities than conventional production approaches. Others believe that it is unnatural and harmful to all living creatures because the composition of organically grown foods is altered and the repercussions are yet unidentified. In my opinion, GMF is a nontraditional and unhealthy method to prepare foods, and although it has many positives, its negatives outnumber such benefits and hold the upper hand. Genetically modified foods operate counter to the habitual and customary way we prepare our foods. It takes away the splendor of how plants and crops are grown and how they interact with other facets from the ecosystem, such as sunlight and water in order to grow and sustain. In my opinion, if we keep on using biotechnology to find facile methods to live our lives we will be wasting our natural hardwiring and changing the allure of human essentials. In addition, GMF being unnatural can be leading to the existence of new diseases. The composition and nutritional content of the fruits that we naturally eat are correctly balanced in a manner in which they are edible for many organisms. Since the proportion of the nutrients is changed with the process of genetically

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