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Dr. Mercola interviews Jeffrey Smith for Non-GMO Month

October is non-GMO month, and the following video interview with Jeffrey Smith, author of Seeds of Deception and Genetic Roulette, will get you up to speed on the facts about genetically modified foods and the critical action steps you can take on this issue.

Famed natural health expert Dr. Joseph Mercola interviewed Jeffrey Smith recently about the dangers of consuming GMO foods and how consumers can take action to remove them from grocery store shelves.

“We have the numbers on our side,” says Jeffrey. “28 million Americans buy organic on a regular basis. 87 million Americans think GMOs are seriously unsafe. 159 million Americans – the majority – say they would avoid GMOs if labeled.”

Jeffrey explains his organization’s three objectives – to communicate that GMOs are unsafe, to teach consumers how to avoid GMOs, and to convey the knowledge through social media, word of mouth, and other methods, so that the GMO issue will go viral and achieve mainstream awareness.

Watch the video below to learn more.


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