I was pretty sure that we had the resource/technological innovation in our day and age to feed everyone in modernized countries. I know for a fact that the US government has subsidized farmers to not grow the amount of food they could potentially in the US since the at least the 50s because if good was too cheap, there would be a lack of money going towards the market (demand and supply curve model), this is coming from high-school economics teacher though. Now 3rd world countries have major political/criminal discourse that prevents even international aid from assisting the populations, this is it's own issue though and I believe simple economic policies can fight starvation far better than crazy new technological food models. While I believe ending hunger has amazing positive affects for human psychology, genetically modified food has Some adverse affects on human health. That is the human body biologically, as adaptive as it is, is programmed to consume that of what our ancestors we're accustomed to eating, with an emphasis on fresh meat and produce, versus processed grains and synthetic additives, presertives, ingredients (there is an argument on how long back new agriculture has affected our modern diet for instance milk and wheat, but for the most part it seems likely that if we eat what our biological ancestors consumed, out body will better respond to the complex nutritional/calorific structures of such a diet. For instance refined (white) flour ramen noodles, fried in GMO palm/soybean oil (hexane based solvent extracted being the cheap standard), flavored with over half your daily intake of salt, might not be okay for your health. Genetically modified "franken food" has some truth to it when you consider that many plant specials are splices at the genetic level to alter things like lifespan, growth, lack of reproduction (because that would undermind copyright profit) weight, pesticide resistance, etc.. That would be cool if we did it with humans, but I'd rather eat healthy food than cheap sketchy food or food that is in less of it's natural state. For example any vegetable/seed/etc.. oil, you could drink a cup of it and get all the calories(energy) you would need in a day to survive, would your body feel satisfied, modern oil extraction is a newer dietary model. Oil has much nutrition, just like juicing something, but it's an imbalance and there is such a thing as too much of a good anything. The high amount of sugary products on the markets is proven a surge in diabetes and related health risks and I'm not even getting into high fructose corn syrup (other artificial sugars), trans fat, or the health affects of eating unhealthy animals and there eggs. Food in it's natural state as a healthy balance of fiber, minerals, nutrients, phytochemicals, anti-oxidants, fatty acid types, etc.... that we do not even have the science to fully understand. The checks and balances of the FDA is a joke like many politically connected-interest businesses where the industries are allowed to perform there own research on there products. Organic food is dumb marketing term, but the fact that food is very different now from 100, 50, even 20 years ago raises significant concerns. Then again it probably isn't going to affect your health anymore than regular exercise like humans performed in their natural state, probably even less important that psychological stress and health. In conclusions eat a little better, and you will soon be feeling a little better.