Risks of Genetically Modified Foods

Risks of Genetically Modified Food
You would want to know if what you purchased at the local grocery could harm you and your family, unfortunately this information is very much under the table. In reality, Genetically modified foods have a lengthy list of faults that is mostly hidden from the public. The FDA scientists have found several risks in consuming these foods, but these were largely ignored due to political apointees under the orders of the White House buying people off. More specifically, an FDA official and C.E.O. of a large biotech company made the faulty food available for the market because of selfish monetary incentives. Warnings aren't printed beneath the nutrition facts only so the general public would be more susceptible to buying these foods. The foods are made in a nauseating way that would make any germophobe squeezy, widen the possibility of consumers having fatal reactions, and often lack valuable nutrition found in unaltered foods.
Alright, the information I'm about to reveal here is for all of you germophobes. In many cases, bacteria and viruses are utilised in the production of genetically modified foods. The DNA from the organism containing the wanted gene to transfer into the next organism, is cut by restriction enzymes. DNA from a vector is also cut, many times the vector happens to be a virus. The Plasmid DNA from the vector is cut and combined with the gene of interest, then inserted back into the vector. Finally they reproduce, and are screened and is able to be cloned into a plant or crop that ends up on your dinner table in the long run. The article Health Risks, by William E. Crist and Jeffrey M. Smith perfectly sums this all up by stating that the entire process to alter the genetic profile of these foods is wholly based on outdated concepts of how genes and cells work.
Furthermore, the genetically engineering process outlined above, causes many mutations in the crop's DNA. Many natural genes may be deleted,...