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The best way to understand this is to make the following test: cut in half two pieces of fruit, one being transgenic and the other not. Place them side by side and you may be surprised to see that flies or other insects will be attracted to only one. It’s easy to guess which fruit they will be not attracted to.
An additional verification can be made by again cutting a transgenic and a natural apple in half, leaving them in open air and after a while return to see which apple has gone more brown (oxidized).
So, if insects are able to differentiate transgenic from natural fruit and prefer the latter, don’t you think they might have a reason?
Without a doubt, the chemical formula of glucose in transgenic fruit comprisex the same chemical elements, but why do insects and animals reject it?
If you would like to obtain further information on this, the following links provide useful information.

An excellent documentary: “Food does matter”

 

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

Extreme your sensitivity when deciding which food to eat.

Our best recommendation is to eat biologically grown vegetables. If you still eat meat, try to buy biologically grown meat.
If you eat fish, avoid fishfarm produce or choose a reliable fishfarm. Preferably consume ocean fish.
Avoid what Bhuddists call “The four white poisons”:


If you are unable to grow your own vegetables, try to determine the source of the products you buy.


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