Dr. Seralini to speak this weekend in San Diego

Dr.Gilles-Eric-SeraliniFor those who will be in or around the San Diego, California area this weekend, there’s a very special event taking place you may want to get to. Dr. Gilles-Eric Seralini, the scientist who exposed the dangers of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in what turned out to be a hotly contested study, will headline the Environmental Health Solutions Public Forum in San Diego this Sunday, March 6, 2016, from 3:00 to 7:00 pm.

This will be Dr. Seralini’s first U.S. appearance.

The public forum and educational conference will draw both healthcare practitioners and the public into a lively and informative discussion on the latest scientific research regarding environmental health. There is already considerable scientific evidence on the harmful effects of the 126 environmental toxins that have been found in the blood of virtually everyone in the U.S. This includes glyphosate, the active ingredient in the ubiquitous weed killer Roundup.

Discussions during the forum will include:

  • New scientific research on the environmental impact of GMOs and glyphosate.
  • How increased planting of GMO crops correlates to increased environmental toxicity.
  • How to identify environmental and foodborne poisons and keep your family safe from them.
  • Practical strategies to address the growing health concerns with GMOs and glyphosate.
  • How to choose safe non-GMO foods and ingredients to keep your family healthy.

Other speakers at the event include:

  • Stephanie Seneff, PhD – Top Researcher, Cancer / Diseases and glyphosate, MIT
  • Jeffrey M. Smith – Best-selling author of Seeds of Deception and Genetic Roulette
  • Tom Malterre – Nutritionist and Author
  • Alan Lewis – Natural Products Industry Leader
  • Michelle Perro, MD, DHom – Pediatrician
  • Zen Honeycutt – Founder, Moms Across America

You can preregister online or find out more by visiting the website. Either way, this open-to-the-public event sounds like an informative and engaging one not to be missed.

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