Eating This Could Turn Your Gut into a Living Pesticide Factory
Dr. Mercola, mercola.com | 29 May 2012
A new generation of insect larvae is eating the roots of genetically engineered corn intended to be resistant to such pests. . . . The strain of corn, engineered to kill the larvae of beetles, such as the corn rootworm, contains a gene copied from an insect-killing bacterium called Bacillus thuringiensis, or Bt. . . .