According to Natural News, in late July, biotech giant Monsanto paid bloggers $150 each to attend what was billed as "an intimate and interactive panel" with "two female farmers and a team" from the company.
It was a strict invitation-only affair, a three-hour brunch that took place on the heels of something called the "BlogHer Conference," and it promised the attendant bloggers an opportunity to learn about "where your food comes from," and to hear about the "impact growing food has on the environment, and how farmers are using fewer resources to feed a growing population," as reported by Anna Lappe of Al Jazeera America.
Despite the fact that the invitations from BlogHer state explicitly, "No blog posts or social media posts expected," the event was pretty much intended to influence opinions -- and the writing -- of a key influential figure: the mommy blogger. Lappe further reported:
Another invite-only event in August will bring bloggers to a Monsanto facility in Northern California for a tour of its fields and research labs. Again, while no media coverage is expected, the unspoken goal is clear.
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Hundreds of millions of people suffer from inflammation daily, because they do many of the following: Ingest fluoridated tap water, take pharmaceutical medications, take OTC (over the counter) medications, eat genetically modified foods (GMO), eat gluten, get flu shots, drink sodas and diet sodas, chew gum or candy laced with artificial sweeteners, apply topical lotions loaded with chemicals, eat bleached-white foods, eat conventional hormone-laden meat and drink conventional hormone-laden milk. This is just the tip of the iceberg, and the damage becomes exponential, as cells mutate and turn and attack living healthy tissue.
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