How To Educate A Sufficient Number Of People
Why are there no GMOs in Europe? The answer is simple. The public got educated about the truth about GMOs. It would be a public relations disaster for companies to use GMOs in Europe.
No such education happened in North America. That's where you come in.
Genetically modified foods are foods with altered DNA. Their genetic material has been combined with other forms of life, including other plant forms, insecticides, pesticides, bacteria and viruses. The harmful side effects of genetically modified foods include increased allergies, antibiotic resistance, faster aging and more.
Guest expert Jeffrey Smith, pioneer of the non-GMO movement and founder of the Institute of Responsible Technology, and Jordan Rubin discuss how we all can individually take a stand against GMOs.
Watch the video as they discus the 6 action steps individuals can take.
6 Action Steps You Can Take
- Be informed
- Check food labels
- Shop organic / farmers markets
- Avoid commercial restaurants
- Vote with your dollars
- Share info about GMOs as often as possible.
There is another way to reduce you possible GMO exposure and that is to combine the 6 steps above with a keto diet and keto lifestyle. This diet basically eliminates most carbs that means all the sugars we consume. Since almost all processed food contains carbs (sugars), that means you will be eating healthy organic type foods. It's an easy lifestyle transition to make. Discover more about the keto lifestyle – grab a copy of Bill's book”Body Reboot” while the special FREE + shipping offer is on.
Find more information about the GMO labeling law:
Learn about Jeffrey Smith and how you can help end GMOs here:
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