Data trends show correlation between increase in organ disease and GMOs

GMS & Cancer

Current trending data indicate a strong correlation between the increase in organ diseases and Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) in the food rations. With the rise in glyphosate-based pesticides, more studies are revealing carcinogenic and endocrine interfering effects of Roundup.

Endocrine Disruptor

The endocrine system regulates the body’s chemical messages through hormones. Hormones are secreted straight into the blood by the endocrine glands such as pineal, hypothalamus, pituitary, adrenal, thyroid, ovaries and testes. The glands release precise levels of chemicals to moderate essential roles covering growth and reproduction. An endocrine disruptor either imitates or forms hormones and upsets the body’s functions. The disruption may happen by modifying natural hormone levels, inhibiting or arousing hormone production.

Effects

Endocrine disruptors may lead to system failures in the body controlled by hormones. Imbalances of the endocrine system may trigger diabetes, kidney diseases, osteoporosis, Cushing’s, infertility and a host of other dysfunctions.

Correlation Between Increase in Glyphosate on Organ Diseases and Crops

Many articles report an increase in the quantity of glyphosates applied to corn and soy and the increase in the percentage of corn and soy planted with genetically engineered varieties. The data confirmed by Manhattan Physical Exams represent a portion of total crops and amount of glyphosates applied. The USDA collects data solely on GE crops for corn, cotton, and soy. As 88% of the corn, 94% of soy is GE; the data provide representation on of the growing trends in both GE crops and pesticide use.

If GE crops and related glyphosate use are triggering organ disease, it would be expected to show a correlation of the data. The numbers for corn and soy have been sketched against incidence rates of thyroid and liver cancers. Which seem to follow the use of GE crops and glyphosate treatments. Thyroid cancers appear to affect women more frequently as males are more susceptible to liver cancer.

Data for corn and soy crops have been plotted against a percentage of the American population who are obese, have high blood pressure and experienced hospitalization for acute kidney injury.

Correlations do not necessarily mean cause, and there may be other facts. Other known endocrine disruptors include bisphenol-A and phthalates, dioxins, manufacture of pesticides and atrazine polychlorinated biphenyls, which are used in electrical equipment.