GMOs, Organics and Food Allergies; Online Conference Features Experts on Optimal Nutrition for Health, Attention and Mood for the Whole Family
NEW YORK, Sep 25, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Concerns grow daily about the health impact of genetically modified food (GMOs), the staggering rise of food allergies in children, pesticides like Roundup and antibiotics in our food and the alarming increase in childhood obesity. Feeding a family has become expensive, complicated and risky.
On Tuesday October 7, a revolutionary health and food eConference – “GMOs, Organics and Food Allergies: How To Feed Your Family Without Losing Your Mind” will provide guidance built upon extensive scientific research and applied clinical experience, useful take-away strategies and hope to ease the fear concerned parents feel about feeding their kids. The eConference will be held from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET. The registration fee is $40 and the eConference will be hosted for one full year so busy parents can watch at their own convenience. (Registration info is HERE)
The eConference highlights presentations by six dynamic and internationally renowned experts in the areas of nutrition, children’s health and the science of food. The expert panel includes: Jeffrey Smith – international bestselling author of Seeds of Deception and widely acclaimed filmmaker of Genetic Roulette. Stephanie Seneff – noted expert on pesticides and food additives and Senior Research Scientist at MIT’s CSAIL Lab and Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride – a medical doctor with a postgraduate degree in neurology, GAPs Diet originator and author of Gut and Psychology Syndrome.
This eConference, presented by the Thinking Moms’ Revolution, will be packed with science based nutrition information to help registrants feel confident about what they are feeding their families, how to implement a special diet, not only what foods to avoid, but what our children’s brains crave for optimal attention and mood. The eConference sessions are interactive, allowing for Q & A with registrants.
SOURCE: Thinking Moms’ Revolution
Link to the press release here