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Review: The film 'Genetic Roulette' — gambling with our lives on GMOs

By Anne Sewell     Oct 4, 2012 in Food
Jeffrey M. Smith of the Institute of Responsible Technology has brought out another excellent film on the dangers of genetically modified food.
Digital Journal reported on the Jeffrey M. Smith movie, "The GMO Threat", in August on this year.
Smith's latest film, "Genetic Roulette", features interviews with patients, doctors, and parents. It explains how consuming genetically modified food can lead to numerous health implications, including diabetes, cancer, heart attacks, allergies, autism, asthma, premature aging, autoimmune disease, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, infertility and other reproductive disorders.
Doctors explain that removing all genetically engineered food from a patient's diet, immediately helps them to begin recovery.
Genetic Roulette Movie
Even the preview above makes you think, but once you have viewed the entire film you will want to avoid eating GMOs and feeding them to your family, and you will want to get labels on to GMOs, so that it's easier to avoid them.
You can also share the film with friends on or visit the website for the movie here.
At the end of the movie is an inspiring section on Proposition 37, the California Right to Know ballot initiative which will come up for a historic vote on November 6.
For a small donation of $2.99, you can download and watch the full documentary film, "Genetic Roulette", by clicking here.
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