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GMO had helped sustain our population and meet its many demands. If we were to go organic, who would be the ones to farm organically for the population?

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I do not enjoy pizza. I have to use 50 characters so---

A single serving of a plain cheese pizza equals of half a day's worth of saturated fat. Three slices of the most popular pizza at Pizza Hut -- the Pan Pepperoni Pizza delivers 690 calories, 1,620 mg of sodium, and 33 grams of fat -- including 13 grams of saturated fat. Two slices of the Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pepperoni Lover's pizza delivers more than just love with 25 grams of saturated fat. And I do not like how it tastes.

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Food is often genetically engineered to accommodate the demands of many consumers. In the future, genetic modification could be aimed at altering the nutrient content of food, reducing its allergenic potential, or improving the efficiency of food production systems. Still I believe that all GM foods should be assessed and labeled before being allowed on the market.

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Let us talk about corn.

In genetically engineered corn,the amount of formaldehyde(look it up) and glyphosate(used as herbicide) is apparently unbelievable. The American EPA standards allow glyphosate in water of up to .7ppm. Tests indicate that animals begin experiencing liver damage at .0001 ppm of glyphosate in water. Need I say more?

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But do not forget the genetically engineered products that are actually engineered to do just the opposite, like the rice McDowell had mentioned

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