I would say this article isn't really that great in terms of providing research. I would say that it would be interesting to see if the actual research backs it up. You do have to take things with a grain of salt from organizations that their entire purpose is to be anti-gmo.
And I'm not saying "let's get Monsanto into regions with food scarcity!", I'm saying that GMO is more than what Monsanto has done to the US and Canada. GMO has a lot of good potential applications but all we see are patents and round-up ready in the US/Canada.
You can't out-exercise poor eating habits.