It is really sad when a group of mom’s decide to “educate” people about GMOs. Two lead mothers in the picture is Mae Fuimaono, a nurse, and Trisha “Mama T” Alari-Gonsalves, a chef associated with Down to Earth. None of these two women have any nutritional background but seem to feel that they can apparently teach others about nutrition about GMOs.
Do you actually think that this is a good lecture with vetted information from a chef and a nurse? You get what pay for with this one. Free information to make moms scared about their food with the same old scare studies that have been debunked. Really, is that the responsible thing to do to other parents? Apparently, if you’re an A’ole, it is. Sad.
If you look more at who these people are, once again you’ll find that they are not local people.
Meet Mae Fuimaono, from Kansas City, Missouri
And Trisha Alari-Gonsalves from La Jolla, California
Then let’s not forget the ringleader of these moms, Mitsuko Hayakawa of Los Angeles, California
These A’ole moms think that it is just fine and dandy to scare and misinform young mothers with their so called “expertise,” of which none of them appear to have to begin with. Remember the Andrew Wakefield scare of vaccinations that created more harm based in fraud and pseudoscience claims? Forget data, evidence, and studies and listen to the A’ole sites that don’t tout any of that. The goal is to scare, scare, scare. Where’s any education there? None exists.
While they are busy at scaring people, another mother states otherwise and has some evidence to back up what she states.
Think about it… If organic food is so superior, why do they need to resort to this? Because it is just a label to help sell their product and doesn’t necessarily confer any added benefits.
You can choose to be swayed by powerful emotions based in fear to guide your decisions for your family or go with evidence based knowledge. The choice is there already and you don’t need a label to tell you that.