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Most health-conscious people don’t usually resort to eating non-food, and instead concentrate on eating whole, organic foods that don’t come from inside a big food manufacturer’s fancy package. Going further, many consumers are standing up for their right to eat healthy, and are boycotting Kellogg’s. Want to know why? Read on.
Kellogg’s corn flakes and other food-like products that the company makes are full of Bt Corn. The EPA has registered Bt corn as a pesticide since the crop makes its own insecticide. (Reg. #524-581 and 68467-7) Bt corn has been shown to cause serious health problems.
“. . .a toxin called Bacillus thuringiensis or Bt, designed to attack a corn pest called the corn rootworm. Rats fed Mon 863 developed several reactions, including those typically found with allergies (increased basophils), in response to infections, toxins and various diseases including cancer (increased lymphocytes and white blood cells), and in the presence of anemia (decreased reticulocyte count) and blood pressure problems (decreased kidney weights).”