Genetically Modified Food
By: Joni Klobucista & G'mara Sanchez
Description of the process or technique
In order to genetically modify food for the hungry, we came up with the idea to inject soylent into the foods that are being served to them. Although soylent is just a liquid and or powder, the hungry could enjoy a small portioned meal and still get all the nutrition they need as a human being.
What is the benefit of this type of genetic engineering?
The benefits of this genetic engineering would be that, the people are consuming 2,000 calories, 50 percent from carbohydrates, 20 percent from protein and 30 percent from fat. In addition, this is in sync with federal Dietary Guidelines for the average American adult. Another benefit would be that there is more surplus being saved, and the hungry will receive all the possible nutrients in each meal.
Is there any disadvantages or risks?
What's its economic affect?
How does it affect the world in a social aspect?
This could affect the world in a social aspect because it may allow people to be live longer, and allow more families to be formed.