Going Against the Grain + Going Against GMOs Nutrition Special

I recently learned that my books Going Against the Grain and Going Against GMOs are frequently bought together on Amazon.com. That’s great to learn! If you read Going Against the Grain first, then Going Against GMOs, you’ll get a crash course on the biggest food issues of our time that are rarely covered by mainstream media but are vital to know about to dramatically improve and protect our health.

Want to join others who are reading both books in succession so you know how to change the foods you eat to revitalize your health? I’m offering a deal during the summer that gives you incentive to do that: Purchase both Going Against the Grain and Going Against GMOs (in either paperback or e-book form), email or mail your receipt to me, and get $30.00 off the price of any nutrition coaching program or $25.00 off my Get Started Combo nutrition counseling services. (Trust me when I say that my Get Started Combo will never go any lower than that!)


Non-GMO News Briefs on Chipotle,
Dr. Oz, Glyphosate, & More

By Melissa Diane Smith

The last few months there has been so much news about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in our food and the pesticides that go with them, it’s difficult to keep up! Here’s a quick rundown of the most important consumer-oriented headlines:

ChipotleChipotle Says No to GMOs

In April, Chipotle Mexican Grill became the first restaurant chain to remove all direct sources of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the ingredients it uses in cooking.

According to the company, the tortillas, corn, rice, beans, vegetables, chips, salsa, and marinades used to cook the meats all are not genetically modified. The 1,831-restaurant chain also is now using GMO-free sunflower oil and rice bran oil in place of the soybean oil it used to use.


March Against Monsanto
Going Against GMOs Book Special

MAM Call-to-Action SpecialThis year’s March Against Monsanto Day of Action is May 23, 2015. The March Against Monsanto is a people-powered, worldwide display of protest against unnatural genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in our foods and against the chemical companies, such as Monsanto, that produce them. The event is a terrific vehicle for expressing our upset, anger, and frustration about the corporate takeover of our food. With the media and Internet coverage the event gets, the March Against Monsanto also does a fantastic job of raising awareness about the serious issues and dangers associated with GMOs to the masses.

But when the marching is over, what then? The goal is to collectively take action against GMOs in our everyday lives to create a tipping point of consumer rejection against GMOs and kick them out of our food supply for good. As a non-GMO speaker and nutrition counselor, I’ve found that most people, including many activists, don’t know how to avoid genetically modified foods and don’t realize that’s something we can do right now, even though we don’t have mandatory labeling. That’s exactly why I wrote Going Against GMOs, an easy-to-understand consumer’s guide to take back our food and health. It’s also why I’m offering the Call-to-Action Special Edition of my book at an unbelievably discounted price through May 31, 2015. (If you prefer an e-book version of my book, get it here.)



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