Catch the Interview with Me
about GMOs on Oct. 27

listenliveI will be a guest on the “Easy Organic Gardener Radio Show” on Sunday, October 27, 2013 from 11 a.m. to Noon Central Time (9 to 10 a.m. Pacific). Host Sheri Frey, co-owner of ARBICO Organics, will interview me about the serious health and environmental dangers GMOs pose and the steps we can take to say no to genetically modified foods right now, even though they are not labeled.

The show airs on more than 150 AM and FM radio channels. You can also listen to it live streaming online by clicking on the Listen Live icon on this page or by clicking directly on this link: The Easy Organic Gardener. If you can’t catch it live, listen to a recording of it here. Look for the interview dated 10/27/13 in the archives.

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to Focus on GMO Boycotts and Bans

by Melissa Diane Smith

(Opinion) – Getting honest, complete information about what’s in the food we’re considering buying seems like such a basic right, it isn’t surprising that more than 90 percent of Americans support the labeling of laboratory-created genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food. Yet it may surprise you to know that growing numbers of people who warn against the many dangers of GMOs, including myself, no longer support labeling GMOs, firmly believing that all our efforts should be focused on boycotting and banning GMOs.

It boils down to this: In our country, large agrichemical corporations have so much power that the conditions are stacked against us to get honest, truthful labeling, checking, and policing of genetically modified foods. The history of what has happened with other types of labeling shows us this is true, as I’ll soon explain. In addition, while many people are spending precious time working extremely hard for labeling on a state-by-state basis, GMOs continue to spread through wind drift and contaminate more and more conventional and organic crops.


Eating Clean: How to Avoid Gluten
and GMOs

by Melissa Diane Smith

With mounting scientific evidence linking serious health concerns to GMOs – including the results last year of the first long-term animal study that found tumors and organ damage in rats that ate herbicide-resistant genetically modified corn – more and more people are shunning genetically modified foods.

If you already eat gluten free, how do you avoid both gluten and GMOs? Try these tips:


Does Eating Genetically Modified Foods Contribute to Gluten Sensitivity?

by Melissa Diane Smith

Could eating unlabeled genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in foods be an overlooked and perhaps key factor in the exploding incidence of gluten-related disorders the past decade and a half? That’s what numerous practitioners familiar with both the adverse health effects of gluten and the adverse health effects of GM foods, such as myself, have been wondering and suspecting.

Now a new report compiled by leading non-GMO advocate Jeffrey M. Smith pulls together what is known about gluten-related symptoms with what is known about  the health effects of GMOs to theorize that GMOs may contribute to gluten-related symptoms in five different ways.


The Easy Way to Say No to GM Foods: Follow the Eat GMO-Free Challenge

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If enough of us stop purchasing foods that contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs), companies will realize that the customer is king and will stop putting risky untested GMOs in our foods. October is Non-GMO Month – the perfect time to spread the word about how to shop and eat non-GMO to create the tipping point of consumer rejection of GMOs quickly to as many people as possible.

Need just one convincing reason to want to avoid genetically modified foods? See the terrifying results that were found in the first long-term animal study published in 2012. Fortunately, there’s a perfect way to learn how to avoid genetically modified foods in what you buy and eat: Follow the Eat GMO-Free Challenge.



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