On the subject of foreign DNA in our bloodstream
Posted in the Genetics Forum
#1 Jan 9, 2014
I've come across evidence that genes from the food that we eat can enter our bloodstream without being broken dow.
Perhaps you agree with this. Perhaps you think it's hooey. Either way, the crux of my question is this: what role does dan play in our bloodstream? Sure, maybe there is foreign DNA that can get in there, but what the heck would that MEAN? How would foreign DNA change or not change you? Could it produce a toxin? Does it cause your body to behave less efficiently? Or is this foreign DNA just sitting there and doing nothing???
A penny for your thoughts! I am but a mere musician, not a scientist.
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