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ogen.” Insufficient human studies exist, but a goodly number of animal studies confirm that it causes cancer. Preliminary tests commissioned by the


Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT), an educational nonprofit, on the dangers of GMOs, revealed that six popular dog and cat foods contained more glyphosate residues than most human foods. Possibly because pets are exposed to


Roundup from spraying both foods and lawns, a pilot study by Health Research Institute Laboratories, which tests gly- phosate levels in food and environments, found the levels in dogs’ urine were 50 times higher than the average in humans.


Amazing Recoveries Numerous veterinarians see good results when pets switch to non-GMO food that’s free of synthetic pesticides. Veterinarian Barbara Royal, owner of Te Royal Treat- ment Veterinary Center, in Chicago and author of Te Royal Treatment: A Natural Approach to Wildly Healthy Pets, says,


“Allergies, gastrointestinal problems, autoimmune diseases, behavioral problems [and other conditions] improve when we take the animals off of these GMO-laden, glyphosate-ridden foods, and put them on


something that’s more organic and natural. It’s a dramatic change.” In a survey conducted by IRT, 3,256


people that adopted a non-GMO and largely organic diet reported improvements in 28 health conditions, many of which have increased in the U.S. parallel with the grow- ing prevalence of GMOs and Roundup. Further, 80 pet owners cited improvements in status for eight health issues, including digestion, allergies and skin conditions, when their pet’s food was changed. Plausible explanations include that


glyphosate is patented as an antibiotic, and so easily kills beneficial bacteria in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Tis could possibly interfere with digestion, detoxifi- cation and immunity. According to integrative veterinarian


Karen Becker, in Chicago, the Healthy Pets expert for Mercola.com, “We know now that animals consuming genetically modi- fied foods… can change the terrain of their GI tract.” Most notably, glyphosate and Bt-toxin are linked to leaky gut—unnatural holes or gaps created in intestine walls. Veterinarian Marlene Siegel, owner of


the Pasco Veterinary Medical Center, in Lutz, Florida, says, “We know that the root


cause of most disease is inflammation; and that inflammation is coming from the leaky gut.”


Organic Surpasses Non-GMO GMOs are not the only crops drenched with Roundup. It’s also sprayed on other foods to dry them, oſten just a few days before harvest, including wheat, oats, barley and other cereals. It’s also used on lentils, citrus orchards, sunflowers, potato fields and vineyards. Organic growers and processors are


not allowed to use GMOs, Roundup or other synthetic toxins. It’s safest to choose organic; if unavailable, at least buy verified non-GMO.


Jeffrey M. Smith is founder of the Institute for Responsible Technology and its campaign, Protect Pets from GMOs and Pesticides, at PetsAndGMOs.com. Author of the bestseller


“Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry and Gov- ernment Lies About the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods You’re Eating” and “Genetic Roulette: Te Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods”, his upcoming film, Secret Ingredients, interviews many that recovered from disease aſter switching to organic food. Also visit NonGMOsImproveHealth.com.


Percent of Respondents Reporting Improved Health Conditions After Humans and Pets Switched to a Non-GMO and Mostly Organic Diet


Joint Pain


Problems Overweight


Seasonal Allergies Mood


Conditions Food


Fatigue Skin


Allergies Digestive


0 10 Humans 20 Pets


Better digestion is the top reported benefit for humans and pets that switched to non-GMO and largely organic foods. All conditions that improved in pets also improved in humans.


July 2018 39 30 40 50 60 70 80 90


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