Finding Your 'True' Purpose
July 9, 2012
I was not able to write a blog post over the past couple of months because I was taking notes for Oprah's Life Class Lessons and formed my own Life Class Empowerment Discussion group on facebook.com.
Last year because of Oprah's life classes I started my blog "Cathy's Purposeful Life Journey Blog" to document my life' journey. I do believe because of the life class lessons this year, I realized that I needed to get involved again in politics.
I realized that politics and economic empowerment goes hand-in-hand and if we are going to change the conditions in the community, we need to educate everyone about how things operated -especially politics. So I released a new e-book "Politics 101: How To Win Your Political Seat" and launched a new campaign "Campaign to Elect Honest Politicians."
During the life classes Iyanla Vanzant was at the top of her game and this sister has surely come back a long way. After losing her daughter to cancer then losing herself -she has definitely recovered with a strong message on "Stopping the Pain."
Over 70% of the audience members responded in that life class that they were in pain. Many people are in pain but they just don't know how to cure their pain. Like Iyanla said --they turn to drugs, alcohol, sex, etc. and other destructive ways and for many they fall into years of depression.
I especially liked the message she gave about how we say things such as
"Don't say you are broke" --instead say "I am temporarily out of cash" and for single mothers --stop saying you are single mothers --instead say
"I am raising children without the benefit of a partner."
To get unstuck you have to redefine and reinvent yourself. Basically most people need to understand that many of the jobs that were lost will not come back --but eventually there will be other jobs. Meanwhile everyone need to look at their own talents and passions and reinvent themselves. This is a great time to look at starting your own business, going back to school and getting into another field.
Tony Robbins has always been one of my 'favorite' motivational speakers. Tony talked about "Living Fearlessly/Living Courageously." I know living fearlessly and courageously worked for me. As a former whistleblower "The Cathy Harris Story: A Whistleblower's Victorious Journey to Justice" -- I have had to carry that title with me for many years. Your story can be one of 'defeat' or 'victory' and for me it was a "VICTORY!"
Like Iyanla -- Tony talked about why we needed to 'divorce the story' that we have been carrying around for years and create new stories. Create stories that empowers -- instead of putting you into 'victimhood.'
Women affirm women instead challenging them. People need to be challenged! Sisters need to step out of 'sistahood' and find someone who has mastered their 'fear.' This made me look at the women in my life in a new light especially my two daughters and challenge them even more.
I do believe in strategies because if you don't have a strategy for your life --then you are just drifting through life. Having a 'breakthrough' means creating a new strategy for your life. You can't be afraid to fail -instead let failure be a lesson in your life!
Many people are fearful in their lives but like Tony said --you need to "Let Go and Let Life Happen." In order to create change you need to switch your fear to power. Power is nothing more than stepping out on your faith.
I was real skeptical going into the life class featuring Bishop T.D. Jakes even though I had friends who swore by the bishop's teachings and even family members who said they enjoyed him. I was a little turned off because of what had been happening around the world with some of the pastors - especially the sexual molestation of children.
Like others --I had what they call "church fear" --even though I was raised up in church in rural Georgia. As I grew older, I had found so many people who attended church regularly to be 'hypocrites' -saying one thing and doing another or a person who pretends to have virtues, moral or religious beliefs, principles, etc., that he or she does not actually possess.
Bishop Jakes' message was about living your life on purpose. You are the highest, fullest, expression of yourself. Nobody is here by mistake. There is a reason you are here. When you leave here --you want to say "I did that thing" -you lived your "life on purpose."
Everybody life matters. Everybody has a calling. Your calling is a "sense of purpose" -an inner wooing. Purpose is your "life's passion." It's what drives you everyday. Your passion will help you ride into your purpose.
His message was right on point because I was already living my life on purpose. I do believe your passion will lead to your purpose. I have always been passionate about the community and helping others so I decided to become and Empowerment and Motivational Speaker. My desire and passion to help others lead to my life' purpose --which is to continue to uplift and empower others as a speaker and author.
I believe the biggest message from T.D. Jakes was that you don't always fit your dream perfectly but you can "ignite" your purpose at 'any age.' Going through pain can actually help you become the person you are meant to be. Embrace the pain -then embrace your life!
I believe one of the major issues that is holding MOST people back is not being able to forgive others. True forgiveness is 'unconditional.' You let go and move on! The past is in the past, the future is not here yet --so live each day to day.
We focus so much on what we did have -- or didn't have and we don't know how to forgive ourselves. Forgiveness means to give up the grudge so you can give more love to yourself and others.
When we are not forgiving -we are blaming, resenting another human being, etc. Not forgiving is like taking poison everyday. Unforgiveness poisons you and blocks you from taking the risk to love. It robs you of your future.
Deepok Chopra was so awesome when he said there is no life without a spiritual life. You are a spiritual being having a human experience. Spirituality is the essence of everything. Spirituality is an instinct, a choice, greater than yourself, consciousness, higher consciousness, spirit, openness, etc.
All your problems can be solved through spiritual solutions. Your mind is a conversation and your spirit is beyond that. You are not a prisoner of your thoughts. Most of the time people are not observing their thoughts. Thoughts come from past memories. What thoughts are you allowing to come into your life that is taking over your life? Change your thoughts and you will change your life.
For every action there is a reaction. Karma means you have to live with consequences of the actions you took in the past.
No matter what is going on in your life -don't concentrate on what you don't have. If you are grateful for what you have -you will end up with more.
Being grateful means transporting yourself into something much broader. No matter what the situation is -close your eyes and see what you are grateful for.
You have been given life which is "a gift." Gratitude is also a gift. Recognize that everything in your life is a gift to be internally grateful for.
You have to have people in your life that appreciates you. People will come in and out of your life and you need to say 'thank you.' Accept it with an 'open heart' -no matter what is going on in your life. Live, Love and Enjoy! CathyHarrisSpeaks.com
Oprah's Life Class Lessons 2012
Cancer Cures: Heal Your Body
and Save Your Life
For Immediate Release
July 9, 2012
Attn: Cathy Harris, CEO and President
P.O. Box 5288
Atlanta, GA 31107
Cathy Harris Releases New E-book
"Cancer Cures: Heal Your Body and
Save Your Life"
Cathy Harris, Empowerment and Motivational Speaker, Non-GMO Food and Wellness Expert and author of 14 self-help books is releasing a new e-book "Cancer Cures: Heal Your Body and Save Your Life." Cathy's other two health books include "How To Take Control of Your Own Life: A Self-Help Guide to Becoming Healthier Over the Next 30 Days" and "My Hair, My Crown, My Glory: A Woman's Guide to Growing Gorgeous Hair."
You can find all Cathy's books at her company Angels Press (www.AngelsPress.com). Kindle books can be purchased in their Amazon Kindle Stores for use with the Amazon Kindle, Kindle Cloud Reader, and Kindle Applications for PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone 7.
If you don't own an Amazon 'Kindle' you can download the application for windows personal computer (PC) and read e-books on your laptop, desktop and other e-readers. FREE Kindle applications can be downloaded here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html/?docId=1000493771.
Cancer is the number 2 cause of deaths in the U.S. One in 4 persons will get cancer and 1 in 6 will die of cancer. Many will die within 5 years.
The most alarming fact that I found out about cancer is that it is a billion dollar industry (a $200 billion industry a year). Many thousands are employed in, or associated with, the cancer industry including the FDA.gov, American Medical Association (AMA), American Cancer Society (ACS), National Cancer Institute (NCI), drug companies, doctors, hospitals, pharmacists, healthcare providers, medical equipment suppliers, etc. and the CEOs and staff don't EVER expect to have their paychecks reduced.
Think about this for a minute, one in four people will get cancer in their lifetime. That's 25%! The average treatment cost is over $200,000 per person. There are billions of dollars being made every year --all while keeping the truth about the cure for cancer hidden.
When you really stop and think about it, vested interest groups, special interest groups, and corporations control every major industry! They have the deep pockets to affect all areas of government. Corruption is wide spread and it's all about keeping a billion-dollar industry in place.
There is no cure for cancer in conventional medicine but it does exist in the natural and holistic community but the medical profession would like you to think that these healers are "quacks." The reasons the medical profession looks at these healers as quacks is because they are actually healing people and since the medical industry is "big business," it is really their goal to keep people sick and dying from cancer. THERE IS NO MONEY TO BE MADE IN CURING CANCER!
Pharmaceutical companies profit greatly from treatments not cures and natural, low-cost treatments work --but they also threaten profits. So a cure for cancer does not exist in conventional medicine but it does exist in the natural and holistic community. However, natural treatments are not Food and Drug Administration (FDA.gov) approved and NEVER will be! Any unlicensed laymen will be prosecuted for advertising or performing any proven natural cancer cure; that would be practicing medicine without a license.
Cancer is a serious illness but it is not necessarily fatal. If you catch it on time, you do have the luxury of some time. Therefore, if you have been diagnosed with cancer, take a "deep breath" and look at the actions in this book that you need to take to save your life.
Cathy Harris has launched the National Non-GMO Health Movement (http://nonGMOHealthMovement.blogspot.com). She can be contacted through her company, Angels Press, Cathy Harris, CEO, President and Publisher, P.O. Box 5288, Atlanta, GA 31107, Office: (770) 873-2072, Website: http://www.AngelsPress.com, Email: info@AngelsPress.com where she provides lectures, seminars, and workshops at www.CathyHarrisSpeaks.com.
Excerpt from new book
"Politics 101: How To Win Your Political Seat"
ARE YOUR CANDIDATES
WORTHY OF YOUR VOTES?
Checklist: How Have Incumbents Voted on
These Important Issues?
Incumbents are politicians who previously held that same position. Incumbents must be monitored through "Legislative Watchdog Groups" and be exposed if they are not voting on issues that are supportive of the community.
Juveniles: How do they feel when it comes to assisting and protecting the community's youth? If they are not supportive of our youth, then they are not worthy of being elected to any office.
Our youth don't always do the right thing, but we must continue to support them by making sure they get the right type of resources and information so they can make better choices. Our youth are our future; therefore, we must support them.
Elderly: How does the incumbent feel when it comes to assisting the elderly in the community? We have to take better care of our elderly and ensure the elderly have proper access to food, clothing, shelter and especially medications.
The elderly should not have to choose between medication, food, heat or air conditioning. If these incumbents are not actively engaged in assisting the elderly, then they are not worthy of being elected into office.
Poor & Homeless: If incumbents are quick to run away from issues such as supplying the poor and homeless with the basic essentials of life (food, clothing, and shelter), then they are not worthy of our vote.
Racial Profiling and Police Brutality: These are very sensitive subjects. Does the incumbent have a plan to stop racial profiling or police brutality? If they do not have a plan to stop these types of illegal actions by police departments, then they are not worthy to be in office.
Are incumbents working with organizations and groups to educate the community on criminal justice issues? What are their views on jails, prisons, and detention centers being more community controlled? Are they actively reaching into the prison system to ensure that the incarcerated have access to adequate healthcare, food, rehabilitation, and education?
The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) System and the Right to Work States: If incumbents are afraid to stand up for employees who challenge the "EEO" and the "Right to Work" laws, then they are not worthy to be in office. These elected officials must conduct hearings and challenge these laws and the managers who created them.
These laws are rendering people helpless and homeless and putting them from "work to welfare" especially single women who are heads of households. We must connect the present conditions in the community with "employment discrimination" and consider criminalizing discrimination because people can end up homeless as a result.
Ask hard questions! If they aren't involved, they are not worthy of our votes. Candidates running for office for the first time and those who have run previously but did not win should also be researched. What were their views with regard to juveniles, the elderly, the poor, the homeless, racial profiling, police brutality, EEO, and Right-to-Work laws?
Find out if the candidate or incumbent is beholden to a company or organization that has continued to contribute to the deterioration of the community. If so, again, they are not worthy to be in office.
Politicians are leaders and a good leader should not have any conflicts of interest, either politically (beholden to some group) or monetarily (for sale if the price is right). A leader who has conflicts of interest should step down or be removed, because the mission of the group or movement can be slanted, diverted, delayed, and, ultimately not achieved.
If you feel your elected officials are not worthy of your vote -put them on a 'blacklist." If we can't change their minds and they are not committed to being more courageous and visionary legislators, then we must change their faces and vote them out of office. It is as simple as that! CathyHarrisSpeaks.com
Cathy Harris Launches
"Campaign to Elect Honest Politicians"
The goal of this campaign is to select honest candidates from all over the country who we feel would do a good job as a politician and expose others who have only used their offices as a political gain while ignoring the suffering in the community.
To do this we are asking everyone to help spread the word on these campaigns by reaching out to your family members, friends and colleagues --especially those on Facebook.com, Twitter.com, Linkedin.com, Ning.Com, Yahoogroups.com, etc. and other social networking sites -- and ask them to donate $1, $5 or more to these campaigns and tell others who live in the area of the candidates to volunteer.
Once they are elected to office:
- We will form "Legislative Watchdog Groups" with report cards to monitor the bills they are introducing and the bills they are voting on. If they are not supportive of the community endeavors which will uplift the masses -then we will place their names on "blacklists" and vote them out of office during the next political season.
- We will form "Black Political Action Committees" to make sure they get what they need to assist the community.
- We will form lobbyist groups in Washington to deal with Congress.
"The Campaign to Elect Honest Politicians" Highlights
for State Court Judge in
Dekalb County, GA on July 31, 2012
Why We Need to Elect Dionne McGee for State Court Judge in Dekalb County, GA
June 9, 2012
By Syndicated Columnist Cathy Harris
On July 31, 2012, elections will be held in Dekalb County, GA for state court judge. Currently in the position is Dax Lopez, a Hispanic male, who at 35 years old became the youngest judge on the DeKalb County State Court when former Governor Sonny Perdue appointed him at age 34. His opponent is Dionne McGee (www.DionneMcGee.com), a young African American female.
There are two reasons we need to be concerned here. First we need to be concerned that Lopez's position was an "APPOINTED" position instead of an "ELECTED" position --so he was not elected by the people!
Secondly, we need to be concerned that Lopez was appointed by former Governor Sonny Perdue who himself was the first Republican governor for the state of Georgia since reconstruction --which was over 150 years. During his term, this governor passed laws and took away many of the rights of African Americans and others.
The duties of state courts include handling legal cases that fall under their unique jurisdiction. Judges, mediators, and hearing officers apply the law to court cases and oversee the legal process in courts. They also resolve administrative disputes and facilitate negotiations between opposing parties.
State courts exercise limited jurisdiction within one county. These judges hear misdemeanors including traffic violations, issue search and arrest warrants, hold preliminary hearings in criminal cases and try civil matters not reserved exclusively for the superior courts.
A state court is established by local legislation introduced in the General Assembly. Each state has unique precedents, methods, and statutes. All decisions can be appealed, usually first to the state court of appeals, then to the state Supreme Court, and finally up to the U.S. Supreme Court, if necessary. State courts can be overruled by federal courts or the U.S. Constitution and are headed by each state's attorney general.
State court judges are elected to four-year terms in county-wide nonpartisan elections. Vacancies in state court may be filled by appointment of the Governor. As long as judges' positions remain "APPOINTED" instead of "ELECTED" many citizens will continue to be unfairly targeted by the criminal 'injustice' system especially a majority of young black males who have ended up in this system.
The citizens of Dekalb County, GA, which is one of the most largest and affluent counties in the U.S. for African Americans now have a chance to "right a wrong." We have a chance to elect a judge of our choosing. Therefore, we need to get behind Dionne McGee (www.DionneMcGee.com), who has a history of being family and community-oriented and doing the right thing. The issues Dionne McGee is running on include community, integrity, and leadership and I believe she can deliver.
During the first political forum in the county, Dionne McGee was heard several times referring to African Americans and how they have been wrongfully targeted by the court system and how she would fight for them. She even stated that we needed to get to these youths at an early age and teach them about the laws that control the community. It is my belief that this candidate is what we need in Dekalb County, GA to bring justice back into the system.
Judges, police officers, probation officers, lawyers, solicitors, zero tolerance, parental neglect, mandatory minimum, breakdown of the family, and poor education are causing kids to be jailed.
In the state of Georgia, we are condoning harsh practices on our children such as "stacking." Stacking occurs when juveniles are arrested for one 'nonviolent' crime (misdemeanor) then two or more additional charges are added to ensure the child's conviction. With such acts taking place, the Juvenile Justice System has become an 'incubator' for the prison system.
Senate Bill 440 (SB 440) (in Georgia) passed in 1994. It requires children between the ages of 13 and 17 to be prosecuted as an adult if the youth is accused of committing one of the offenses called the "seven deadly sins" --such as murder, rape, armed robbery (with a firearm), aggravated child molestation, aggravated sodomy, aggravated sexual battery and voluntary manslaughter.
Although children under the age of 13 can be prosecuted as adults in Georgia, the decision to do so is determined by the juvenile court, as was the case for children 13-17 prior to SB 440. Once convicted in Superior Court under SB 440, SB 441 attaches and imposes a minimum sentence of 10 years without the possibility of parole. In some circumstances juveniles could actually end up serving "life" in prison without the possibility of parole.
Equally grim is the fact that these children serve their sentences in adult prisons where they are raped again and again --where they lose all hope for life! When and if they are released -they are repeat offenders and the cycle is perpetrated.
There must be some type of rehabilitation in place for the Georgia SB-440 children who will be released after 10 years in prison. Without programs to help them adjust, they will become repeat offenders!
We need to monitor the court system and government attorneys. Only parents can be present at hearings involving young children. This needs to be changed because parents need more support! We also need more Parenting and Empowerment classes and other resources for African American women especially single women who are heads of their household.
Prisons can be more "community controlled." The community as a group can go into prisons to make sure prisoners have adequate healthcare, enough food, rehabilitation, education, reentry programs, etc. We need to bring law enforcement, legislators, and leaders into prisons to speak with prisoners and they also need to implement more "Scared Straight" and "Gun Buy-Back Programs" - EVERYWHERE!
People don't understand if they were wrongfully jailed and not convicted of a crime, they can still vote. We need to introduce legislation in every state to allow felons to vote. We need aggressive campaigns with massive voter participation to register voters especially felons.
Prisons are big business! We need a moratorium on the death penalty and prison construction. Prisons feed the construction companies, architectural firms, white prison guards, etc.
Our children need mentorship, tutoring, education, job placement and preparation, entrepreneurship programs, offender reentry programs, anti-drug and drug treatment, recreation programs both after school and on weekends.
As part of the "Campaign to Elect Honest Politicians" we are urging everyone to go to Dionne McGee's website at www.DionneMcGee.com and make a donation --even if it is as little as $1 or $5 --and volunteer for her campaign and tell your family members, friends, and colleagues who live in Dekalb County, GA to make a donation and volunteer for her campaign. Remember "Freedom is Not Free" --and we must fund our own fight!
Cathy Harris is an Empowerment and Motivational Speaker, Political Consultant/Strategist and author of "Politics 101: How To Win Your Political Seat" and 13 other self-help books. She is available for lectures, seminars, and workshops and can be contacted through her company, Angels Press, P.O. Box 5288, Atlanta, GA 31107, Phone: (770) 873-2072, Website: http://www.AngelsPress.com, Email: info@AngelsPress.com.
Copyright 2012 Cathy Harris. All Rights Reserved
Cathy's Corner is your opportunity to ASKCathyHarris a question concerning your community, politics, workplace, business, writing/publishing, health, international traveling, law enforcement, etc. You can email your questions to AskCathyHarris@AngelsPress.com.
Cathy Harris is the author of the "Workplace Survival Guide: How To Fight Discrimination, Whistleblowing and the Workers' Compensation System" and the upcoming book "Discrimination 101: The Complete Guide to Recognizing and Surviving Discrimination in the Workplace." During her tenure in the federal government she worked as a U.S. Customs Inspector now called Customs and Border Protection Officer for over 20 years. She successfully prevailed in a lawsuit against her job when she filed 10 Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) complaints, a Sexual Harassment Complaint and became a nationally recognized Whistleblower "The Cathy Harris Story."
This Week's Question:
I was discriminated against and harassed by an ex-employer. I was hired by a temp (temporary) agency and I filed a lawsuit on both companies with EEOC. I was recommended to "mediation" a year later. Mediation told me that both companies wanted to act as one and I needed to come to the final mediation as will the other two companies to settle.
When I showed up I was the only one there and mediation told me what I was asking for was too much and they might not take it and I can lose the case. I ended up with half of what I was asking for with an agreement to be hired back by the temp agency.
Well it's been 3 months and I have not been called back to work and the temp agency lawyer told me not to seek employment because they moved their office to the place that I had an issue with. It is next door to the office that pretty much broke the agreement.
So I refiled a lawsuit with EEOC. I don't know what to do! I lost my apartment. I'm living in hotel. I have no income. I am getting social service help but only a little help.
I just need the temp agency to replace me to work or I will lose everything.
Thank you if you can help me in anyway.
Response from Cathy:
First of all I hear the desperation in your voice and I want to tell you not to give up! However, you need to understand upfront that you can't force these companies to do the right thing and you need to understand that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) (www.EEOC.gov) and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)/Mediation system is DEEPLY flawed.
Workplace abuse (workplace discrimination) is one of America's deep-dark secrets. It's a secret tragedy that has been ignored by society. Workplace discrimination is so painful that many people won't fight back because no one wants to be in pain!
The reality is because of the economy people are losing jobs. Employees are being fired at an alarming rate and employers are bringing in their relatives, friends and colleagues --especially in state and federal jobs and especially at temporary agencies.
EEOC is supposed to be the governmental agency that ensures equal treatment for all Americans in the workplace. EEOC doesn't enforce anything but the right of managers and supervisors to abuse their employees. In 1999 the Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) system was created. Many believe it is just another system to prolong justice.
The EEOC process is long and usually not just so at this time you need to seriously re-evaluate your life. The first step you should take after being unemployed is to file for unemployment insurance. This might take anywhere from up to 30 days to start --but they will pay you backpay.
The good news is if you are coming from a large company, they will probably not fight you back or keep you from receiving these funds which can carry you for months (26 weeks to start) until you can figure out your next move.
These funds might be less -than what you were making when you were working, but you will just have to downsize your life until you can get in a better position. If you are disapproved for these funds (unemployment insurance) then you will have to obtain a labor attorney to help you. Financially you will probably not be in a position to do this.
When you are fired from a job or a temporary job assignment ends --you only have 3 choices to make - 1) get another job, 2) reinvent yourself by going back to school while you move in with a relative, friend, etc., or 3) open your own business. Those are the ONLY OPTIONS you have at this time!
Remember people who have lived through experiences like yours -go on to do great things in their lives. One day in the future you will look back on this experience and congratulate yourself for surviving it. You have to believe --what doesn't kill you -- will make you stronger! So continue to move forward and remember the lessons learned from your experience -and never forget --you are better than those who discriminated against you.
Going through pain can actually help you become the person you are meant to be. Embrace the pain -then embrace your life. Good luck!
Do You Eat Genetically Modified FrankenFoods?
GMO Foods Identified!
This is important Information your grocer won't tell you because they probably don't even know it... The stickers found on fruits all tell a very different story.
If a sticker has 4 numbers on it, it means that the fruit was conventionally grown. Just so you know, many conventionally grown fruits will have been treated with a hearty amount of pesticides.
If a sticker has 5 numbers starting with a number 8, it means they are genetically modified (GMO). JUST SAY NO to GMOs!
Finally, 5 numbers starting with 9 means they were organically grown. Share this with someone you care about.
HEALTH TIP OF THE WEEK
Non-Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) Campaign
Join the National Non-GMO
Our 3 step plan of action for our Non-GMO Campaign include:
- Switch to Organic Foods: Tell everyone you know to switch to "100 Certified Organic Foods" from farmer's markets, other organic health venues or grow it yourself. If the labels states the foods are "100% Certified Organic" --then it's "100% Organic" and okay to eat. Ideally this is what you want for your family. But remember --most of the labels of the foods in farmer's markets and other organic health venues states the foods are "Organic" which means the foods are ONLY 95% Organic and 5% is probably GMOs. If the foods are labeled "Containing Organic Ingredients" then only 70 to 75% of the foods are "Organic" and 25 to 30% contains GMOs.
- Contact Your Legislators: If people knew their foods are genetically modified -- they would not buy it. So contact your legislators from the ground up at www.Congress.org and ask them to "introduce and pass bills" to "label foods" as "genetically modified" also called "genetically engineered" and "genetically altered."
- Help Spread the Word: Help us spread the word to everyone you know. Our non-GMO campaigns are targeting healthcare practitioners, patient advocacy and support groups, parents, schools, campuses, youth, health-conscious consumers, natural products industry, media and messaging, chefs and food service industries, etc.
Join us on Facebook.com for the "National Non-GMO Health Movement" and read our health blog at http://nongmohealthmovement.blogspot.com.
Learn more about the "Campaign for Healthier Eating in America" by Jeffrey Smith and read his book "Seeds of Deception."
His other websites are ResponsibleTechnology.org and NonGMOShoppingGuide.com.