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    September 14, 2022 at 10:35 AM

    Many people have an opinion as genetically engineered foods will meet the large-scale food demand globally. Though it could risk human immune system and natural vegetation, I think, it can be considered for their specific nutritional benefits. This essay dealt with the topic in detail.

    Whenever a scientifically modified crop is introduced, environmentalists observe the contingence of a crop failure or any adverse effects. In detail, since the born nature of the food source is altered here via DNA mutations, people often seem concerned about the after effects on their immunity and digestive ability. For instance, in 1980s, the researchers introduced a DNA modified wheat grain. Unfortunately, their cultivation had been stopped by the authority as it affected children’s body defense mechanism as well as caused the other grains to starve for nutrients from the soil. However, at present, genetically altered food items would always undergo a safety analysis before reaching to the hands of public.

    Why would the bio-engineers still continue developing these crops even with these risks? Its’ because the outcome is better than of these drawbacks. In other words, DNA changes on a food variety will help the agricultural researchers to modify them into more convenient as well as specific way. If a cereal like beans, for instance has huge public demand, yet the production cannot meet this need, microbiologists can work on the beans family to come up with a new crop that yields more harvest and good quality beans. Therefore, as long as the determined alteration possibility, GM foods can be seen as a better alternative to meet the public demand.

    To recapitulate it is undeniable to see that if the bio-engineers rule out the potential harm to human and earth through different analysis, the synthetically mutated food can tackle global challenge of food scarcity.

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