If you use cornstarch that you find in the grocery store for cooking or personal care, it’s probably made from genetically modified ingredients. Today, nearly all of the corn grown in the United States is genetically modified. These crops have been designed to survive even though they’re sprayed with a potent herbicide that kills other plants. However, because weeds are becoming resistant to these controversial chemicals, it’s been necessary for farmers to increase the amount of herbicide they use on their fields.
Many people are becoming concerned about ingesting genetically modified corn, as it’s been linked to mammary cancer in laboratory rats. Researchers in France have published a study showing a clear incidence of increased cancer risk among animals fed a genetically modified diet.
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