It shows that GMO like potatoes, tomato, soy, corn, and other genetically modified products afects your body permanently.
After you stop eating GMO food, the damage continues.
But more deeper: it switch genes in your DNA -permanently. There are introduced alterations, changes in the sequence introduced in the GMO you
shows proof that in the 80's GMO caused death of people, and disability.
And deeper: there are transfer of Genes between your GMO food that you eat, into your body.
now, consider, the chicken and eggs that you eat daily.
chickens are genetically modified to grow 70% faster.
chickens are feeded with genetic modified soy and other poisons.
the GMO you eat -chicken, eggs, fruits, vegetables,etc- is absorbed and changes directly your DNA with sequences that you dont know, and causes you
permanent, damages to your organs, DNA, health, and also death.
so, what affects the chicken, eggs, fruits, vegetables or any GMO food you eat, affects your body, in some cases permanently.
"Rats fed GM corn had problems with blood cell, kidney and liver formation.  Mice fed GM soy had problems with liver cell formation  and
pancreatic function , and the livers of rats fed GM canola were heavier.  Pigs fed GM corn on several Midwest farms developed false
pregnancies or sterility.  Cows fed GM corn in Germany died mysteriously. And twice the number of chickens died when fed GM corn compared to those
fed natural corn. 
Soon after GM soy was introduced to the UK, soy allergies skyrocketed by 50 percent. 
GM soy currently consumed in the US contains a gene from bacteria. The inserted gene creates a protein that was never before part of the human food
supply, and might be allergenic.
The sequence of the gene that was inserted into soy has inexplicably rearranged over time. [17
One epidemic in the 1980's provides a chilling example. A new disease was caused by a brand of the food supplement L-tryptophan, which had been
created through genetic modification and contained tiny traces of contaminants. The disease killed about 100 Americans and caused sickness or
disability in about 5-10,000 others.
The only human feeding study ever conducted showed that the gene inserted into soybeans spontaneously transferred out of food and into the DNA of gut
bacteria.  This has several serious implications. First, it means that the bacteria inside our intestines, newly equipped with this foreign gene,
may create the novel protein inside of us. If it is allergenic or toxic, it may affect us for the long term, even if we give up eating GM soy.
Research on this promoter suggests that it might unintentionally switch on other genes in the DNA – permanently.  This could create an
overproduction of allergens, toxins, carcinogens, or antinutrients. Scientists also theorize that the promoter might switch on dormant viruses
embedded in the DNA or generate mutations. 
Unfortunately, gene transfer from GM food might not be limited to our gut bacteria. Preliminary results show that the promoter also transferred into
rat organs, after they were fed only a single GM meal. 
In the US, most people believe they have never eaten a GM food in their lives  (even though they consume them daily).
The defense that the biotech industry used to counter these fears was that the DNA was fully destroyed during digestion and therefore no such transfer
of genes was possible. The human feeding study described above, published in February 2004, overturned this baseless assumption"