Glyphosate and GMOs and How They Affect Our Health
Presenter: Zen Honeycutt; Author, Activist, Founder of Moms Across America
Summary: What does the science say regarding the biological effects of herbicides and pesticides in our food, soil, and water? How prevalent are these chemicals in our environments and our bodies? Learn ways to identify risk and minimize exposures.
This in-depth talk about glyphosate will cover what glyphosate is, how it is used in our society, what it is contaminating, and its emerging shocking harmful health and reproductive effects. Zen Honeycutt, Founding Executive Director of Moms Across America, author of UNSTOPPABLE, Transforming Sickness and Struggle into Triumph, Empowerment, and Celebration of Community, will also cover what we can do about the ubiquitous presence of glyphosate and many toxins allowed in our food supply. There are, however, steps we can take to drastically reduce our exposure. Join us to find out about how you can opt-out of corporate corruption and create health and food freedom in your community.
FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF
MOMS ACROSS AMERICA
Author of the book UNSTOPPABLE which offers well-documented information about GMOs and glyphosate. She recovered her children from life threatening food allergies, autism symptoms, and asthma and then, with the power of community, instigated a national and global movement to transform the food supply.
She has been featured on ABC, CNN, Dr. OZ, the Wall Street Journal, C-SPAN, Fox News, Reuter’s, The Hill, Huffington Post, and many other media outlets.
Zen Honeycutt is the Founder and Director of Moms Across America, a non-profit National Coalition of Unstoppable Moms. With the motto “Empowered Moms, Healthy Kids,” Moms Across America has grown rapidly with over 600 leaders have created 1,000+ community events in all 50 states in the first 5 years of inception. Zen has three boys with allergies and autism symptoms which greatly improved when they went GMO-Free and organic. She discovered that thousands of Moms are seeing the same results.