In regards to eating the GMO food, no there is no difference, but when you look at the ecological impact, GMO foods have benefit the earth by producing their own pesticide, which lowers the need for pesticides. GMO foods can also be resistant to some pesticides. I suggest watching the video by Kurzgesagt to find out more.
No benefits of eating GMO foods are known.
It has not been conclusively determined whether or not eating GMO foods has any effects on your genes.
Some say GMO foods have no effect on genes. Others say they do, but those people are often referred to as conspiracy theorists, unscientific, or a variety of other things. In reality, we probably don't know what effect, if any, eating GMO foods has on our genes.
Effects on human health from eating GMO foods is not known.
Though many say GMO foods have been proven to be safe for human consumption, there are some issues that may be connected to humans eating GMO foods that make the safety of GMO foods questionable.
None. Health benefits come from slow-healthy food in your own home. In a fast-food restaurant you don't know even what you are eating.
GMO corn and soy are no more productive than non-GMO corn and soy.
it will leads to healthy heart
The effects of GMO food is not yet known. Though some say there are no harmful effects, others question that and claim there is anecdotal evidence that GMO foods are harmful to health.
No unique benefits of GMO foods are known. In fact, many people question whether GMO foods are as nutritious and healthy as conventional and organically grown foods.
To this date, January 13, 2014, no long-lasting benefits of GMO food crops over organic or non-GMO crops have been shown. Potential benefits might be to engineer crops that withstand drought or other climate conditions, to be more nutritious, or for other positive reasons.