Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Seeds of Deception Book

In light of all that has been revealed the last two years I thought it would be great to read one of Jeffrey Smiths books "Seeds of Deception".  In this book he blows the whistle on Industry and Government lies about the safety of GMO foods.  These are not just foods for livestock, but foods on the shelves that you are eating now. 

What to expect?
  • Scientist that were offered bribes and threatened.
  • Government employees that were threatened, fired, and harassed.
  • Laboratory animals that suffered lesions, cancer, and death from eating GMO crops.
  • And much more!
The book is 266 pages and I am just starting today.  I have been following Jeffrey Smiths work throughout the Vote 37 campaign and very excited to read his book.  I will be posting a full review when finished, and most likely share important information along the way. 

If you are wanting to get started on this book you can also find at amazon here.
Seeds of Deception
You can also check out the Seeds of deception website.

Disclaimer:  This information is here for readers to hear all sides of the spectrum.  There are two sides to a story and I only wish to provide my readers with information to help them make their own decisions.  Food is a Freedom.  We have a right to know all the information and be allowed to make decisions that best fit our families.  


  1. I definitely believe we need to go GMO free, as well as go organic and back to more heritage type foods. I want myself and my family to live a long life.

  2. I'm so happy to see more bloggers bring the GMO issue to light. GMO's have never sat right with me, and I'm excited to see more information out there about it. Sounds like a good read!

  3. This book sounds like something that I would like to read.


  4. Yikes! If I keep reading your blog much longer I'm going to be convinced to start watching my food more carefully. This book looks like a scary read.

  5. I would have my daughter read it and not tell me all the things that I shouldn't be eating! Great for people that need or want to loo more closely at what they are eating.

  6. Sounds like a great and informative book. Can't wait to read your review!

  7. I am getting a list of books together to start reading after the holidays, I will have to add this one to the list.

  8. Nice! I love learning about new books out there!

  9. Sounds like an interesting book!