Being a medical doctor for more than 15 years and having spent many of those researching organic living, I thought I had a firm grasp on the effects of genetically modified foods on our health and the environment.
I recently conducted an interview with Dr Maarten Stapper, who has worked as a scientist for 30 years in 4 continents including Australia as a CSIRO scientist.
We discuss the issues surrounding genetically modified foods and the effects on our health and the environment. I was blown away by the depth of his knowledge and I was alarmed by what he has to say regarding the process involved in the introduction of these genetically modified organisms (GMOs) into our food chain.
Whether we like it or not, this technology will affect each and every one of us. We all need to listen to what he has to say about GMOs in our food and the science behind genetic modification.
According to Dr Stapper, there have not been any studies conducted to determine the long term health effects of these genetically modified foods. There is mounting evidence to suggest the consumption of GMOs can have detrimental effects on your health and your children’s health.
Do you know that “75% of the processed foods you buy from the supermarkets have GMOs”?
The labelling laws in Australia do not require all products with GMOs to be labelled. The chances are you are already eating these foods without even knowing it. When was the last time you had a packet of chips or a hamburger from the local takeaway?
In this revealing interview, Dr Stapper casts light onto the dark side of the genetically modified food industry.
To listen to what Dr Stapper has to say, click here . This is one you won’t want to miss!
Together, Let us say “NO” to GMO.
Dr Esther Lok
Disclaimer: All advice may not be construed as medical advice or instruction and is not meant to replace the advice of your medical practitioner. Information has been compiled from the author’s personal experiences and own research into multiple existing public references and previously published scientific studies. While all care is taken, information is not warranted as accurate and The Organics Institute and Dr Esther Lok cannot be held liable for any errors and omissions.