This is one email I hope you’ll read from beginning to end. It’s that important.
You know I’m a cheerleader for natural, unprocessed food – and it’s one of the cornerstones of Dina’s Asian Diet Revolution.
You also know I’m dead set against eating ANY GMO (Genetically Modified) foods, just as Dina says in her book.
But I just came across a chilling statistic, and here it is:
*** “7 out of every 10 processed food items are already genetically modified, and it’s only going to get worse.” ***
Think of it… all those pre-packaged meals, stuff in cans, stuff in boxes… all swimming in GMO altered “food.” (I put “food” in quotes because I truly believe it’s not food, but a biologically poisoned time bomb.)
GMO’s exist because they are supposedly more resistant to disease, and can thrive when sprayed with certain glyphosate-based pesticides that destroy competing weeds.
One problem: The glyphosate used in the pesticides enters the GMO plant itself – and when that plant is eaten – some of it enters you.
What so bad about glyphosates? I won’t even go into how this substance binds with minerals in the soil, robbing plants from crucial nutrients, such as iron, zinc, copper, manganese, magnesium, calcium, boron.
The really scary thing is that glyphosates have been linked to cell, membrane and DNA damage. Lab rats fed glyphosate suffered a 50% mortality rate!
Believe what you will, but the bottom line for me is this: GMO produce is not safe, no matter what anyone says. I have no doubts that in the coming years, we’re going to see diseases and ailments never before encountered in human history.
Do yourself a favor. Get Dina’s book, In it she lists the actual GMO foods you should avoid at all costs. Then go through your pantry and do some serious housecleaning.
It’s your very wellbeing we’re taking about, and the well being of your family.
To a much healthier you,
P.S. It’s almost as if nature itself has started taking her revenge. The glyphosates that are supposed to be killing all the weeds? They’ve given rise to what are called “super weeds” – plants so resistant they soon overtake competing crops, and virtually laugh in the face of more pesticides.