During the Foundation dowsing training at the West Coast Dowsers Conference in 2012, instructor and Master Dowser Ed Stillman had the class dowse the energetic food value and frequency of a regular store-bought apple, an “organic” apple bought from the store, and a locally grown apple offered at the cafeteria of UC Santa Cruz (where the conference was held). The organic apple dowsed higher frequency and food value than the regular apple, and the locally grown apple dowsed higher than the store bought organic apple. (Santa Cruz is known for its health supporting laws: no chlorine in the city water, no GMOs, etc).
That’s the beauty of dowsing: no matter what the food is labeled as, you can check the health and nutritional value by dowsing!
The Institute of Responsible Technology produced a 60-minute film: Genetic Roulette – The Gamble of Our Lives, which you can purchase at your local Whole Foods Market. (Note: this is not meant as an advertisement, simply important information about your health and nutrition!)
Here’s more information:
“Genetic Roulette – The Gamble of our Lives, produced by IRT and directed by Jeffrey M. Smith, is now available at your local Whole Foods Market.
Following an arresting package redesign by noted graphic designer Corey Holmes, we’ve cut together a knowledge-packed 60-minute version. This film is a tremendous resource for explaining GMOs. It takes us through the history of GMOs, defines exactly what they are, as well as going into great detail about why and how to avoid them.
Genetic Roulette – The Gamble of our Lives has clearly been shown to be the most effective way to convert others to a non-GMO diet and this new, shorter version is a valuable tool — a must-have for educating in a simple concise way.
Plus, proceeds from the DVD sales at Whole Foods go directly to supporting IRT’s efforts to illuminate consumers about the health and environmental risks associated with GMO consumption and outdoor release.
Upon successful sales of this release, we plan to continue our focus on more contributions to your good health. Currently we’re looking to bring you even more information on how mothers and primary caregivers have greatly improved the health of themselves, their children and their pets by switching to a non-GMO diet.”
For more information go to http://www.responsibletechnology.org/