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Countries all around the world have voiced their negative opinions about Genetically Modified (GM) crops, the most vehement of voices coming from Russia, which banned the use, sale, and possession of GM corn, plants, and seeds in the country, after tests conclusively proved that GM corn causes cancer. In-fact, there are a number of genetically modified plants that we -- as Americans -- eat everyday that have already been banned in other countries of the world. A few examples include:
The only way for a citizen of the United States to avoid these dangerous GM foods, is to grow your own foods. Unfortunately, the foods in our country that we eat in restaurants and purchase from the grocery store, do not necessarily need to be GM-free, and we don't even have the right to demand to know when we are eating these products. Hence, the only way to stay away from these products is to get yourself a small greenhouse, plant some heirloom seeds that have been certified as non genetically modified, and to conform to a rigid diet of only foods you have personally cultivated. This sounds like it is a lot of work, but it may very well save your life.
To learn more about the benefits of having your own small greenhouse, visit Texas Greenhouse online at: