If you”re having stomach or gastrointestinal problems, you might want to try cutting back on the GMO corn or soy for a while. A new study from Institute of Health and Environmental Research in Kensington Park, Australia, showed pigs fed a diet of genetically-engineered corn and soy had a 267 percent increase in severe stomach inflammation. The number was even higher for males. “Our results provide clear evidence that regulators need to safety assess (genetically-modified) crops containing mixtures of GM genes,” said Dr. Judy Carman, lead author of the study. Organizations representing the plant science industry have responded by saying that more than 150 studies done on animals fed GMO crops and have shown no evidence of detrimental impact.