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GMOs and Human Health: A Review

Darwin M Salvador

Technology is a gift to life. Its advances continue to develop very rapidly, that emphasizes the advances of new ideas and innovations that could even more enhance and improve current processes. Genetic engineering is one of the remarkable advancements which revolutionized the present community. Genetic engineering in agriculture sector resolved the problem of feeding the ever-increasing population to a certain bit. Using genetic engineering different varieties of plants have been developed that possess better agronomic characteristics, and crop improvement. This study used paper review to succinctly evaluate the adverse effect of Genetically Engineered Organisms (GMOs) for human consumption as well as its mechanism to lower forms of life. Published studies from 2016 to 2020 were gathered from reputed journals trough the Google Scholar and PubMed. Currently, based on the review of the recent studies; genetically Engineered crops is not natural that can cause unusual disturbance to human micro biome that can lead to health problems directly or indirectly.

Moreover, the intensive modern agriculture based on GMO technology has unwanted impact to the different organism to the biodiversity.