SECRET INGREDIENTS TRAILER
Children and adults get better when they stop eating GMOs and pesticides - that's the reality parents and doctors are sharing in SECRET INGREDIENTS, a new film by Jeffrey Smith and Amy Hart.
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Kathleen DiChiara and her family suffered from a long list of chronic health disorders: allergies, asthma, auto-immune disease, autism (and that's just the A's). Despite countless medical interventions, they just weren't getting better - until Kathleen eliminated GMOs and their associated pesticides from their diet altogether. Countless other families and physicians share similar stories of dramatic recoveries.
GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) are found in the vast majority of foods sold in our groceries stores and restaurants. GMOs, and their associated pesticides, have been linked to a list of serious conditions.
Secret Ingredients highlights the dramatic story of Kathleen and her family as they regain their health after eliminating GMOs and pesticides from their diet. The film also includes scientists and experts who can explain why and how GMOs may be making us sick. In addition to Kathleen's family, this film shares testimonials from other families that have gotten better, as well as physicians who have seen their patients heal after eliminating GMOs.
This is just one of thousands of stories that Jeffrey Smith has heard as he travels the world speaking about the health dangers of GMOs. Award-winning filmmakers Jeffrey Smith (Director of Genetic Roulette, and author of Seeds of Deception) and Amy Hart (Water First) are teaming up to bring this dramatic story to other mothers - as well as anyone who eats.
Directed by Jeffrey Smith and Amy Hart
Produced by Amy Hart and Jeffrey Smith
Edited by Amy Hart
Status: In production/post-production.
Fiscal Sponsorship from the San Francisco Film Society.