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GMO’s and Breast Cancer Awareness

It is Breast Cancer Awareness Month making it the ideal opportunity to examine the often ignored and under-appreciated link to GMOs (genetically engineered organisms) and women’s most fearful diagnosis. Cancer of the breast is the most common cause of death in women between 40 to 55, and approximately 80% of women diagnosed don’t have a relatives with a history of the disease. 1 in 8 women be diagnosed with aggressive tumors of breast in their lifetimes, and more than 40,000 people dying every year. Around 1,700 males are also diagnosed with breast cancer every year.

What could you do to decrease the risk of developing breast cancer? What does GMOs have to have to do with breast cancer? Both of these questions is numerous. Preventive prevention with positive decisions in your life is crucial. A balanced diet that is rich in vegetables and fruits and keeping an appropriate weight (there is a significant link with being obese and the risk of tumors of the breast in the postmenopausal age group) and regular exercise drinking less alcohol smoking, and ensuring an immune system that is strong through food and supplements are fundamentals. We also have to be aware of and lessen our exposure to harmful chemicals.

We’d like to inform you about the relationship with breast cancer as well as harmful chemicals that are found in genetically modified plants particularly glyphosate, which is one of the main ingredients in”Roundup,” the herbicide “Roundup”. Professor. Stephanie Seneff, a senior researcher at MIT she declares that “glyphosate is possibly the single most crucial component in the creation of multiple diseases and chronic illnesses that are now prevalent in Westernized communities.” The study revealed that glyphosate is a hormone which cause a dramatic increase in breast cancer. This is the reason why rats fed Roundup were diagnosed with massive tumors of the mammary gland. Studies that have been published recently demonstrate the dangers of glyphosate for animals, aquatic life and human beings.

GMOs are animals or plants made by genetic engineering. This technology is able to force the DNA of one animal to another and results in unpredictable combinations that aren’t found in the natural world. Most commercial GMOs are designed to ward off herbicides, or to create insecticides. GMOs are found in 75percent of the conventional processed food items. In the United States, United States produces 48% of all GMO food items, which is higher than the average of any nation. Roundup’s use has increased by 15 times after the advent of GMOs in food products.

The Breast Cancer Fund has released the publication “State of Evidence” which identifies the connection between chemicals that cause cancer to breast. According to research recently released in The National Institutes of Health Journal you can lower the risk of developing the disease by staying away from certain chemical compounds that are present in commonly used products. GMOs are exposed to endocrine disrupting herbicides such as fungicides, pesticides and fungicides. Certain of these pesticides are recognized as carcinogens for the mammary gland. The Dr. Julia Brody, PhD of the Silent Spring Institute writes; “Every woman in America has been exposed to chemicals that could increase the risk of developing breast cancer. Unfortunately, the connection between harmful substances and breast cancer is mostly overlooked. Reduced exposure to chemicals could be lifesaving for numerous women.”

High-Risk GMO Foods:

Presently, the GMO food items most at risk include cotton, soybeans, corn alfalfa and canola papaya, sugar beets, and squash. Apples, tomatoes, rice as well as potatoes remain in the development and research stage , but they aren’t yet readily available for sale. Be aware that ranchers and farmers who provide our milk, meat and eggs depend on improved genetically modified crops to provide food for their animals.

Another source of GMOs comprise:

Dairy products made from cows that were are injected by RbGH, the GM hormone rbGH

Flavors and food additives, and processing agents, such as Aspartame (NutraSweet) and Rennet.

Eggs, meat and dairy products from animals who consume GM food items

Honey and bee pollen could be GM pollen sources. GM pollen sources

Vegetable oil, vegetable shortening , and margarines (from corn, soy cottonseed and/or canola)

Soy flour and soy isolates soy isoflavones and soy lecithin, tofu, tempeh , and soy protein supplements

Corn flour and corn gluten dough corn starch, corn syrup corn meal, as well as the high fructose syrup for corn.

Study of rats who were fed GMO Corn through French Molecular Endocrinologist Gilles-Eric Seralini found that:

Females developed large mammary tumors.

Females die 2-3 times more quickly than those in control groups.

The pituitary gland had been deactivated.

The balance of hormones has been changed

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine has released the negative adverse effects of GMO foods, such as:

Changes in the liver’s functioning and structure, which includes the metabolism of carbohydrate and lipids

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