NZ calls for ban on fertility-damaging soy-based baby formula

Yet another study showing that genetically modified foods cause sterility — this one in humans instead of just animals.

“Health and medical experts in New Zealand have called for a ban on soy-based infant formula after a recent mouse study suggested soy damages the reproductive tract and immune system. The US research, published in The Society for the Study of Reproduction, suggested that exposure to low levels of phytoestrogen during sensitive development stages of the female foetus through to puberty can [adversely] affect fertility in later years.”

Read full article at Food Navigator.

[See Scientists warn of link between dangerous new pathogen and Monsanto’s Roundup. Plant pathologist, Prof. Don Huber, urges USDA to rescind approval of genetically engineered alfalfa: “In layman’s terms, it should be treated as an emergency.” Associates spontaneous abortion in cattle with ingestion of GM feed.  (Also see later pieces: Huber warns EU president of glyphosate danger to livestock and plants; Huber speaks out on glyphosate threat to agriculture.)]

Also see The Toxin So Dangerous It’s Causing Catastrophic Birth Defects.

 

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