The introduction of genetically modified ingredient (often referred to as GMOs) represents a major agricultural advance, but it also raises many health fears. Even though the evidence available to us is inconclusive, quite a few people believe that wheat grown from such modified seeds aggravates allergies and might lead to even more serious health issues. Since farmers continue to grow sorghum grasses the same way they have been cultivated for centuries, their use removes such worries about the effects of GMOs.
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