Pros And Cons Of Genetically Farming

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Have you ever wondered how there is enough food production for all the people in the world? Genetically modified farming plays a big role in food production because of it being an easier way to produce food for people from all around the world. Since the population is increasing so rapidly, GM farming is the quickest way of producing enough food which protects the environment as well. The environment is not the only thing being benefitted, people's health is being helped with an easier consumption of vaccines in GM foods. While some people favor non-GMO farming to prevent possible health risks, genetically modified farming is essential to address the world’s growing population, to protect the environment, and to prevent large-scale illness outbreaks. There is much controversy about GMO farming and those who support non-GMO farming have different viewpoints (Dresser and Siegel). The opposers of GMO farming question the safety of GM crops as apparently they are not tested which causes problems for people who eat it (Dresser and Siegel). Most of the food eaten today is genetically modified meaning it has been approved (Erdosh). If GMO farming has been approved then the safety of it has been tested as well (Erdosh). New and different genes are being inserted into GM foods which may cause health risks like allergic reactions and inflammation (Dresser and Siegel). Allergic reactions that could cause inflammation is uncommon because GM foods are altered with healths benefits like
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