After more than a decade of battling regulation and red tape, genetically engineered Atlantic salmon is moving closer to the dinner plate. Apparently the FDA has reported that this genetically engineered salmon “wouldn’t hurt the environment and would be safe to eat”. This wouldn’t be the first time the FDA has led us down the wrong path in terms of something being “safe” and environmentally friendly.
This Frankenfish salmon grows twice as fast as normal salmon because a growth hormone gene has been spliced into its DNA. If approved, it would be the first genetically modified animal intended for food use to pass that milestone in the United States.
This is just another example of our world being driven by speed and greed. I say we get the FDA employees to eat Frankenfish for a decade or so and THEN tell us that it is “safe to eat”. In fact, they can wash it down with commercially bottled water since they don’t have a problem with that either.
The Japanese rinse all of their (non genetically engineered) fish with Kangen 2.5 water to kill all germs and bacteria. Since they’re #1 for health and longevity in the WORLD (the US is #38) I think we should take a few pointers from them. Apparently speed and greed isn’t working out well for Americans.
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