Of course only very pathologically damaged mothers would ever knowingly feed their family formaldehyde. But that’s precisely what hundreds of millions of families are unknowingly doing around the world every day. A brilliant new scientific experiment has proven in a peer-reviewed study published in the journal, Agricultural Sciences, that human consumption of GMO soy creates a cumulative toxic effect: the accumulation of formaldehyde in the body, along with a dramatic reduction of a specific anti-oxidant essential to detoxify cells. For humans or animals, eating GMO soy is tantamount to drinking a toxic cocktail.
The study was carried out by Dr. V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, an MIT-trained systems biologist, who used CytoSolve, a new systems biology method to integrate 6,497 in vitro and in vivo laboratory experiments, from 184 scientific institutions, across 23 countries. The study revealed that there was a dramatic accumulation of formaldehyde, a known Class 1 carcinogen, and a dramatic depletion of glutathione, an anti-oxidant necessary for cellular detoxification, in GMO soybeans and soy products. Not good…
What the study opens in a dramatic way is the urgency of a fundamental recalibration of the entire United States and EU testing procedure now used by the US and EU government agencies when they make a decision that a given GMO seed–Monsanto GMO corn or Syngenta GMO soybean or any other–is safe for human or animal consumption.
The study has just been published in the peer-reviewed journal Agricultural Sciences. It uses modern computational systems biology methods to reveal that genetically engineered soy (the GMO tested) creates significant disruption to the levels of formaldehyde, a known carcinogen, and to glutathione, an important anti-oxidant necessary for cellular detoxification. A group of medical doctors and scientists reviewing Ayyadurai’s study noted, “The computational results suggest substantial difference in concentrations of formaldehyde and glutathione in the genetically engineered soybean (GMO) tissues. These significant changes in key biomarker concentrations could cause deleterious biological impacts. The…results reveal how a ‘small,’ single recombinant DNA event may create ‘large,’ unpredictable, systemic perturbations to molecular systems equilibria. In light of such changes, it is clear to say that GMOs and non-GMOS may not always be ‘substantially equivalent.’