Ban gmos and Msg in our food

Ban gmos and Msg in our food

    1. J B
    2. Petition by

      J B

      Rochester, NY

Gmos otherwise known as Genetically Modified Organisms or Genetically modified engineering is a huge factor to your health. It does a lot of damage to your body. These additives are in almost everything you eat. This also includes MSG which is also known as Monosodium Glutamate. Msg can damage your nervous system. It turns off the switcch in your brain that tells you your full so you keep eating, which leads to obesity. For example doritos. Msg also causes a lot of other health risks. Gmos can aid cancer cells to form and also causes infertility. For example cheerios. Our children of America should not be eating this foods. Please sign this petition to help keep America healthy.

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Ban gmos and MSG in our food

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    • Ainsley Elliott CERES, CA
      • 25 days ago

      I've developed some unpleasant allergies to MSG that have started making it hard for me to find any food that won't make me sick and in pain.

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    • Lindsey Randall TULSA, OK
      • about 1 month ago

      GMOs and MSGs are not OK

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    • Sherry Stephenson SANTA CLARITA, CA
      • about 1 month ago

      The food industry does not care how fat we are all getting. They just want us to crave their food and buy more. Government needs to take action now!

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    • Catherine Weber ATLANTA, GA
      • 5 months ago

      I do not want GMOs or MSG (or free glutamic acid compounds) in my foods. They are unnecessary, and not good for us!

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    • Jerred Zoll OMAHA, NE
      • 6 months ago

      After hearing about the harmful effects of artificial food preservatives, count me in. Oh, and while we are at it, let's throw in high fructose corn syrup into the mix for good measure.

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