If GMO Wheat was Healthy, How Come the Japanese Don’t Want It?
by Mike Adams
Is it a competitive advantage to athletes to eat non-gmo wheat?
If it is not good for the general public/ Japanese to consume, then for a athlete looking to run at a elite level absolutely no.
Control your food sources as much as possible. You may not need to change what your eating. Simply, change who you buy it from and confirm their sources as much as possible.