MUST-WATCH MOVIE – Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives

Written by Max Goldberg on October 11, 2012. Follow Max on Twitter: @livingmaxwell.


THIS MOVIE CAN BE WATCHED FOR FREE BUT ONLY UNTIL OCTOBER 17TH

If you are a parent, are planning on having kids, or are just a person who cares about your health, Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives is an absolute MUST-WATCH movie.

Genetic Roulette provides an incredibly comprehensive look at what GMOs are, how they inexplicably got approved in the U.S., the huge health risks that they pose, and the havoc that they are wreaking around the world.

After watching this movie, I have no doubt that you will be compelled to switch to a 100% non-GMO diet for you and your loved ones. Why?

Because you will not want to risk putting this science experiment – GMOs – into your body and jeopardizing your health.

What do other people think about Genetic Roulette?

“It is in fact one of the most important stories ever told.”
John Robbins, bestselling author of Diet for a New America and Food Revolution

“Genetic Roulette unveils a world most of us have never seen. It raises alarming questions about GMOs, and we deserve answers. For all that you love, hear this message and act now.”
— Frances Moore Lappé, author of Diet for a Small Planet and EcoMind

Through the generous support of Nutiva, who also helped sponsor our recent GMO-labeling fundraiser here in NYC, you will be able to watch Genetic Roulette for free until October 17th.

It is critical that as many people as possible know the truth about GMOs, so please share the link to this post with your friends and family.

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4 Comments

  1. Good find Max.

    Overall the movie tells us what we already know but it added some insightful details along the way. Unfortunately the last clip of Andrew Kimbrell is inaccurate – indeed GMO alfalfa was approved. Also, I understand why the Non-GMO Project was in the movie, but being non-GMO is insufficient. To avoid the dangers of chemicals (many of which are nearly as bad as GMO’s), one has to be organic. I have reservations about the Non-GMO Project.

    Written by Ken Lonyai on October 12, 2012 @ 9:02 am
  2. Thanks Ken! For those who don’t know much about GMOs, I find this movie to be very, very useful and it had a big impact on me.

    Good catch on the GE-alfalfa, and I am not sure why they left it in there. That segment was filmed in Brooklyn before the USDA deregulated alfafa.

    Non-GMO Project: It is a very good complement to USDA Certified Organic. They will do field testing but pesticides are allowed. Overall, I find the program to be valuable and I am happy it is there.

    Thanks for your input as always.

    Live well,
    Max

    Written by Max Goldberg on October 12, 2012 @ 11:59 am
  3. Hello.

    I agree with Max in his comment towards Ken. I make sure that I live a fully organic lifestyle as possible. At the same time, I appreciate what the Non-GMO project stands for.

    Many food items are being certified as well as Non-GMO. It sounds redundant at times; I feel, however, that it helps.

    The Non-GMO project won’t end the use of pesticides–what it is doing is making people aware that our food isn’t as “natural” as we think it to be.

    I thank the Non-GMO project for making people aware when they can’t afford certified organic foods. In addition, I hope that one day all foods will be 100% organic (implying 100% Non-GMO).

    -Hospicio

    Written by Hospicio Yballe III on October 12, 2012 @ 4:54 pm
  4. Hi Hospicio,

    Initially, I thought that Certified Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified was redundant as well but it is actually the best of both worlds. You get the lack of pesticides and stringent Non-GMO testing.

    Thanks for your comment.

    Live well,
    Max

    Written by Max Goldberg on October 14, 2012 @ 11:47 am

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