17: Organic vs GM Food

Have you ever wondered why you should buy organic food? What are the potential dangers of buying GMO and GM food?  Angela starts at the beginning and breaks down what organic means and why it's important to buy safe, organic food, as well as uncovering the hidden health dangers of consuming genetically modified food.

Recent research has linked GM food to all sorts of health hazards including infertility, tumors, organ failure, gut dysfunction, leaky gut, food sensitivities & allergies and much more!

It's important to know where you're food is coming from. This episode will open your eyes to all of these issues and more... while Angela shares her tips for becoming an empowered consumer, rather than live in fear she'll show you how you can find out which food is safe for consumption while making a difference by requesting proper labelling laws and voting with our dollars and buying certified organic and locally produced food, supporting our farmers and the future of our food supply!

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