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The Future of Food Movie Review

Guest Author - Arrow Durfee

You are what you eat, so the old saying goes. And what you put into your stomach will either promote good health or sabatoge it. As we continue to advance in technology our food is becoming more foreign every passing year.
This movie, The Future of Food, directed by Deborah Koon, will reveal to you just how critical it is that people wake up to the GMO issue to sustain not only their own lives and health, but the actual genetic human code for the future from contaminination from Monsanto and other GM seed producers.

This film will take you into an indepth report and facinating story on how the farmers of North America have been manipulated and controlled by the Monsanto corporation. They will explain to you the court trials that have occured, and the destruction of thousands of seed types due to Monsanto intervention in agriculture. You will come to understand the basis for concerns of peril for our food industry. Our very survival is at risk. You will hear the other side of the story about what the courts are doing, how elections are funded by Monsanto, how seed patents work, and how this whole system is crushing independent farmers who have no desire to use Roundup ready seed or any seed that is genetically modified.

You will also learn about those agencies in the USA that are responsible for protecting US citizens regarding food safety and how they have refused to do the studies and research and testing for safety on GMO foods, namely the USDA and the FDA.

You will come to understand why genetically modified food products are not labeled in the USA when they are required to be labeled in Europe. You will start to see why and how Monsanto is taking over agriculture in the US an the kind of jeopardy it puts us all in.

Hopefully this movie will make you very upset. Hopefully you will get angry enough to stand up and start talking to your neighbors, your farmer's market, your local USDA office. I do not think that it is yet too late. But one day, if we don't change things we will be seeing the startling and dangerous effects of GM foods right before our very eyes, seen in our health and in the health of generations to come.

Please watch this film and recommend it to everyone you know.

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