The GMO-free good movement is taking off in response to a recent study in France showing massive tumors in lab rats fed GMO maize (corn) as well as rats exposed to the Roundup fertilizer, and now more people than ever are eating GMO-free.
Doctors have prescribed diets in favor of the lifestyle change as well, which includes avoiding all genetically modified food ingredients or produce. The major GMO foods and crops in America include: Corn, Soy, Canola, Sugar from beets, and Cottsonseed Oil, as well as some lesser ones such as Papaya and Crookneck Squash.
With more people than ever wondering just what these crops really are about and what they can do or should do to fix their health as a result, the need for new information has skyrocketed.
The Seeds of Doubt Conference has sprung up in large part because of that movement, and is streaming live this afternoon.
Seeds of Doubt GMO Conference Still Live
The GMO-free conference includes big-time speakers such as Jeffrey Smith from the Institute for Responsible Technology, who helped produce the popular documentary genetic roulette, and Dr. Don Huber, a longtime scientist who has warned of the harmful effects of GMOs on human health and the environment.
GMOs of course can cross pollinate with other crops and that’s another aspect of what makes them so dangerous. Recently, in response to the French study, Russia has banned the import of GMO crops while South Africa has mulled a ban.
In addition, France re-instituted its ban on GM crops earlier this year in the spring and is now asking for a Europe-wide ban on them. Many Europeans are terrified of the possibility of their pure and natural food crops being cross contaminated by GMOs, which could potentially devastate their industries, not to mention their health if the lab results are to be believed.
The stream of the Seeds of Doubt Conference is available now for people to learn more about GMOs.
Seeds of Doubt Conference Live Stream
The GMO-free conference is now available online at www.seedsofdoubtconference.com.
Donations are asked to help cover costs of the production but doing so is well worth it. A huge vote is coming up in California in November on Proposition 37 to label GMOs, and the organic/natural food industry is being outspent by a wide margin. More awareness and money is needed for food freedom. Until then, check out the GMO-free conference, Seeds of Doubt, via live stream.
Nicholas Tomasi is an AP-Award winning sports journalist and author turned health researcher. He currently runs AltHealthWORKS, a website dedicated to alternative medicine, organic food and the GMO-free movement.