There is a stunning corn comparison when it comes to GMO versus non-GMO. The claim that “there is no difference between GMO corn and NON-GMO corn” is false. Yesterday while on a play date at the lake, Vince from De Dell Seed Company, Canada’s only NON-GMO corn seed company called me to support the march and Americans finding out about GMOs. He emailed me this stunning report, clearly showing the nutritional value difference between GMO corn and NON-GMO corn. I was floored. And at the same time, not totally surprised because Glyphosate draws out the vital nutrients of living things, and GMO corn is covered with it.
The important thing to note in these deficiencies is that these are exactly the deficiencies in a human being that lead to susceptibility to sickness, disorders, and cancer. People who have osteoporosis are low in calcium and magnesium, people who have cancer are low in manganese. The list goes on and on.
GMO Corn has 14 ppm of Calcium and NON-GMO corn has 6130 ppm. 437 X more.
GMO corn has 2 ppm of Magnesium and NON-GMO corn has 113ppm. 56 X more.
GMO corn has 2 ppm of Manganese and NON-GMO corn has 14ppm. 7X more.
Look at the levels of Formaldehyde and Glyphosate IN the corn! The EPA standards for Glyphosate in water in America is .7ppm. European Tests showed organ damage to animals at .1ppb (.0001ppm) of Glyphosate in water. Our water levels allow glyphosate to 7,000X higher than what has been shown to be toxic in animals. This corn has 13 ppm! 130,000 times higher than what is toxic in the water!*
In a study that Dr. Huber reported, on Elizabeth Dougherty’s Talk Radio, .97 ppm of formaldehyde showed to be toxic in ingestion to animals. This corn has 200X that! That is why the animals, given a choice will not eat it at all, they can smell the formaldehyde!
Please share this report with your legislature, farmers, news editors, school district food services, and Moms.
THANK YOU De Dell for sharing this report and supporting the Americas in GMO labeling and in going GMO-Free!
UPDATE: FOR MORE INFO see video: http://www.momsacrossamerica.com/more_info_on_2012_corn_comparison_report