According to Natural News, a radical "artificial egg" backed by Paypal billionaire Peter Thiel and Bill Gates has gone on sale in US supermarkets for the first time. Made from plants, it can replace eggs in everything from cakes to mayonnaise - without a chicken in the equation whatsoever.
How many products will contain genetically modified "plant" eggs? What could you accidentally bake with this synthetic science mystery? Will you make cookies or brownies for the kids? Will you use some "bio" mayonnaise on your next sandwich, or will you pour some synthetic salad dressing on your greens? Will it be in all the pasta and bread or lumped into muffins for that "bouncy" quality that stays "fresh" so long? But will it really be so? Considering that GMOs are unlabeled in America, saying that it doesn't need to be listed in the ingredients means it's the most dangerous ingredient. Soon, aspartame will be in milk, unlabeled, and all those conventional milk buyers will be consuming artificial sweetener in addition to all those hormones, antibiotics and pus from the cow udders.
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The egg has not been launched so far, because it doesn't have the right "bounce" yet to make them feel like real eggs. So what will they use for that, gelatin? That would add to the toxicity and DNA damage to human cells, since gelatin comes from CAFO animals' connective tissue. "We want to take animals out of the equation," said Josh Tetrick, the firm's founder. "The food industry is begging for innovation, especially where animals are involved - it is a broken industry."
But are these eggs a legitimate, healthy vegan alternative to eggs? The bigger questions still remain: Will the GM eggs contain bacteria from insects, or worms, or plants that are never supposed to be eaten? Also, since genetically modified organisms are not required to be labeled in the USA, will GM eggs be a HUGE mystery, and could they cause cancer, birth defects or other gene mutations in humans?
There are so many questions, and if we go by what has been happening so far (GMOs, pesticides and so on) can we really trust this egg?
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