Impacts Of Genetically Modified Food On Human Health

Biotechnology provides a variety of potential benefits and hazards. It has enhanced food production by making plants less vulnerable to drought, frost, insects, and viruses also by allowing plants to compete more effectively against weeds for soil nutrients.

On the other hand, negative effects of chemical engineering on animals, human, and environment should be considered. Roundup, a weed killer used by farmers alike has been found to cause cancer. If you or any of your friend facing the same issue then you can file a roundup lawsuit against Monsanto.

In a couple of cases, it has also improved the nutrition and quality of foods by changing their composition. However, using biotechnology has also raised concerns regarding its potential risks to the environment as well as people.

For instance, some people fear that common plant pests may develop resistance to the introduced pesticides in GM crops which were assumed to combat them. Genetic engineering provides a way to introduce genes into plants via mechanisms which are distinct in some respects from classical breeding.

 Gene technology enables the growth of production in crops, as well as the growth of resistance to pests, viruses, bark, etc.. Gene transfer is used to modify the chemical and physical composition and nutritional value of food.

Gene transfer in animals will play a role in boundless possibilities of improving qualitative and quantitative traits. The yield, carcass composition and meat characteristics the use of nutritive substances? Not sure what has been said here? The resistance to diseases can be made better.