By S. D. Wells
(NaturalNews) What could possibly be the harm in picking up a seedless watermelon and some seedless lemons at the grocery store and having some refreshing, ice cold watermelon and a little homemade lemonade? After all, they are really shiny, a little larger than usual, and the price is just right!
Corn obviously is not a fruit, but there is a special kind of corn grown that you may not really know much about. This corn is engineered in a laboratory to contain pesticide which kills worms that enjoy corn and “gobble it up” in the corn fields of America. If you consumed this same pesticide, even just a couple of droplets a day in your orange juice maybe for breakfast, you would die of cancer or from some other horrible disease quite quickly. Consuming this form of genetic modification of food is nothing but a slow poisoning of your body, and you may as well throw those watermelons and lemons into some toxic waste disposal barrel, and stay as far away from them as you can. (http://www.organicauthority.com)
Rinsing off your food does not rinse out the GMO
It used to be that you go buy your fresh fruits and vegetables, take them home, and rinse them off, just in case there was some dirt or pesticide on the outside that you didn’t really want to eat. Now, between 80% and 90% of all fruits and vegetables sold in the United States contain pesticide inside the plant, not just on the outside, and putting them in your kitchen sink for a quick rinse isn’t doing anything to get rid of this cancer causing, 4,000 plus chemical concoction which is about to become part of your genetics.
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