Groundbreaking 2013 study shows pigs were harmed by the consumption of feed containing genetically modified crops. This was the first long-term toxicology study on pigs fed a combined genetically modified (GM) soy and GM corn maize diet.
GM-fed females had on average a 25% heavier uterus than non-GM-fed females, a possible indicator of disease that requires further investigation. Also, the level of severe inflammation in stomachs was markedly higher in pigs fed on the GM diet. The research results were striking and statistically significant. Lead researcher Dr Judy Carman, adjunct associate professor at Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, said: “Our findings are noteworthy for several reasons. First, we found these results in real on-farm conditions, not in a laboratory, but with the added benefit of strict scientific controls that are not normally present on farms. Second, we used pigs. Pigs with these health problems end up in our food supply. We eat them."
Direct link to the study: http://gmojudycarman.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/The-Full-Paper.pdf