from NaturalNews Website
According to a
recent report in Forbes,
the multinational biotechnology-slash-agriculture-manipulating
monolith has developed a new
genetically-modified (GM) soybean that
artificially produces stearidonic acid, a type of omega-3 fatty acid
- and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is expected to
approve the "frankenbean" sometime this year.
And since omega-3s just happen to be
most readily found in fatty ocean fish, the perpetual fear over
radioactive and other poisons that may be lurking in such fish could
drive many to embrace Monsanto's fake fish oil instead.
These include baked goods, breakfast
cereals, fish products, frozen dairy desserts, cheeses, grains and
pastas, gravies, nuts, poultry, fruit juices, processed vegetable
products, and soups - yes, basically every processed food product in
As a result, the beans produce SDA oil and gamma-linolenic
acid, two compounds not normally found in soybeans.
However, the data does not specifically highlight
the long-term effects of the oil in animals or in humans - it
merely alleges that nothing bad was observed during the 16-week
trial period, which is hardly enough reassurance that the product is
undeniably safe for consumption.
And if the FDA grants full approval for
Soymega, you can expect to see it turning up in all sorts of
consumer food products.
Add in perpetual mercury poisoning and other pollution that has been afflicting ocean life for many decades, and seafood appears less and less enticing as a safe and healthy source of omega-3s. Enter Monsanto.
By positing its omega-3 GM soybean variety as a
safer, healthier alternative to natural seafood and sea-based fish
oils, the company stands to gain an incredible amount of profit
while ultimately steering public preference away from natural
sources of omega-3s, and towards its own patented varieties of
Do you see where this is all going?
And by getting SDA oil laced throughout
the food supply, the public will ultimately have little choice in
avoiding it., and will probably just accept it as beneficial.
And the end result will be more control
of the food supply handed over to Monsanto, and less availability of
natural omega-3s on the market.