From improved irritable bowel or migraine symptoms in humans to overall health improvement in animals, some new information on avoiding GMO’s (Genetically Modified Organisms) is startling and a good lesson learned.
Author and Non-GMO Advocate Jeffrey Smith has shared some very starting information from the past year. Two non-GMO Chicago area doctors that prescribe non-GMO diets to their patients reported that “chronic symptoms that quickly improved or disappeared after changing their diets – skin conditions, irritable bowel, migraines, weight problems, fatigue, and much more.” Veterinarians and farmers who had taken livestock (pigs and cows) off GMO feed reported “death rates dropped, still born rates were down, litter size was up, and overall health improved.” One Veterinarian told Jeffrey Smith “that the jump in dog and cat allergies correlated exactly with the introduction of GM pet food. Whenever he switched his allergic animals to an organic (non-GMO) brand, their symptoms such as itching would usually disappear.” Further “Both vets and farmers saw differences inside GM-fed animals during autopsies or butchering, including liver damage, stomach ulcers, discoloration, and an awful stench.”
It seems very clear, avoid GMO foods. To read or print a Non-GMO (human) shopping guide, click here.
For Pet Owners, the following is a list of common pet food ingredients which could be (probably are) Genetically Modified and are recommended to be avoided in your pet’s food and treats…
Ground Yellow Corn
Whole Grain Ground Corn
Corn Gluten Meal
Dried Fermented Corn Extractives
Corn Germ Meal
Soy Protein Concentrate
To read Jeffrey Smith’s full article, click here
Wishing you and your pet(s) the best,
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