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  • Manveen

    May 27, 2022 at 2:02 PM

    With the upsurge of population, speculations are made that it would result in hunger. Therefore, man has to interrupt nature and create some genetically modified versions of food. It has been a debatable issue whether we should go with genetically engineered foods, whereas I strongly agree with this notion owing to the reasons described in the following essay.

    First and foremost, it is intuitively obvious that this man-manipulated food could provide various monetary benefits along with health. To put in other words, less input in terms of money would be required to get a higher yield, resulting in saving money. Secondly, a person shall be benefitted from the nutritional value, he is missing, while not intaking certain foods. There is ample evidence that scientists are struggling hard to grow this GM food in order to fulfill the requirement of the vitamin by the people. Therefore, it is plausible that these scientifically grown eatables could be highly beneficial.

    Additionally, the long-term benefits associated, like it could make the growth of plants regardless of climatic conditions and availability throughout the year, are of utmost importance. To add on, the genes given to the fruits and vegetables gives an artificial atmosphere to grow in an unsupportive environment resulting in being available in unfavorable months as well. For an instance, people living in urban areas have started mixing the breeds of plants and grow plants even in their terrace gardens. Hence, it is intro-controvertible that the use of GM foods is a boon to mankind.

    To conclude, after agglomerating the aforementioned writing it is clear that the increase in births is rising concern for the scarcity of food forcing people to find solutions. One such help can be the use of genetically modified foods and I fully agree with its consumption due to the above given justifications.

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