Monday, August 27, 2012

New Announcement

Hello Dear Friends!

I just wanted to inform you of an upcoming personal project near and dear to my heart that I'm very excited to be a part of to help support a great worthy cause and my wonderful friends at StopMonsanto. Together, we are part of a growing number of Americans who are against the Genetic Engineering and bio-tampering of our food crops, animals, and fish. As consumers, we believe we have the right to choose what goes into our bodies and to be informed of those companies which use
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO's) in their products through awareness, education, and mandatory national GMO labeling. 

Check back here for my forthcoming project news! In the meantime, please visit StopMonsanto's website at http://www.indiegogo.com/stopmonsanto and #StopMonsantoMov on Twitter to learn more about their exciting film project and how you too can help contribute in the fight against GMO's today!

For more information about GMO's, please visit ...
 

NonGMOShoppingGuide.com

www.CenterForFoodSafety.org

www.HealthierEating.org


www.NaturalNews.com 

OrganicConsumers.org 


Articles I recommend:
USDA Recommends "Coexistence" with Monsanto: We Say Hell No! by Ronnie Cummins

Is the USDA a wholly-owned subsidiary of Monsanto? by The Cornucopia Institute

Natural Brands Betray Consumers over GMO Labeling: NaturalNews Issues Boycott of Kashi, Silk, Larabar and More

Monsanto's engineered crop hits stores unlabeled, but Wal-Mart isn't worried by Chicago Tribune



The following is an excerpt from NaturalFoods website:
"It is the children in America who are being fed the most GMOs. This represents a highly unethical food experiment being conducted on an entire generation, and the long-term effects of human consumption of GMOs are simply not known.

What we do know is that rats fed this very same Monsanto GM corn developed shockingly large cancer tumors.

The photo released by the French research team, showing large cancer tumors growing at a strongly heightened risk in rats fed a "lifetime" of Monsanto's GM corn, is shown below. According to that study, 70% of females died premature and showed significant damage to their liver, kidneys and other organs."---Pretty Crazy, huh? 


Think about this foto the next time you hand your kids a bowl of yummy Kellogg's.




P.S. A special note to all my friends in California: Please Vote YES on Prop37 and send Monsanto and other FRANKENFOOD corporations a clear message---NO GMO's! NO GENETIC TAMPERING! STOP SCREWING WITH MOTHER NATURE!

Together we can change the world. ❤‿↗*✩

XoXo,
Tammy


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