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JaxRaw - NorthEast Florida's Raw & Living Foods Meetup Message Board › "Genetic Roulette" Film only available til 9/22

"Genetic Roulette" Film only available til 9/22

Saint Augustine, FL
Post #: 25
Hi Everyone,

If you can please watch this film today, http://geneticroulett...­

Even though today, 9/22, is the last day to view this film for free, I felt I should pass it on to as many people as I can. This is a must see film that goes into great depth about the catastrophic consequences of GMO food to our health, the health of animals and the environment. Sorry to send it out at the last minute, but I just received an email with the link yesterday. Hopefully it will be available until midnight. There are 2 websites mentioned in the film I'll list here in case you aren't able to watch:

A former member
Post #: 2
Thanks Cristina! Most enlightening! Another more reason for being vegan and eating organic raw foods. :) Thanks for sharing!
Saint Augustine, FL
Post #: 31
You can still watch "Genetic Roulette" through the Institute of Responsible Technology. They are asking $2.99 (payable through Paypal) to view it online. I can say that it is definitely worth watching. It has changed the way I think about food in both natural and conventional food stores and has changed the way I shop for food.


Stay informed about GMO's. Refuse as much as you can to buy GMO foods. Go to farmer's markets and buy organic as much as possible. Learn organic gardening and permaculture gardening. http://en.wikipedia.o...­. If possible, grow your own food. Or start a community garden. For the first time, I am able to have a garden and have one full of lots of leafy greens and waiting patiently for other veggies to grow. I'm amazed what I've been able to grow since I don't have a green thumb. Still have a lot to learn, but we all have to start somewhere. Right?
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