From Moms Across America - This is a preview and test results from a farmer testing carrots. More to come.

“Recent testing of carrots for nutrients shared with us by a supporter showed disturbingly low levels of minerals in the produce. "I would be embarrassed to call this food." - said Dr. Don Huber. "The nutrients are almost nonexistent." One sample was organic and one was conventional.

Although the organic sample was 49% higher in nutrition, the levels were still very low. You will notice the zinc is almost nonexistent ( glyphosate chelates zinc) and zinc is essential for healthy sperm ( our sterility rates in the US are climbing).

The fact is that our food in America, due to GMO chemical farming, is depleted of minerals and vitamins.”

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TAKE ACTION: Ask your member of Congress to help regenerate rural economies by co-sponsoring H.R. 4671, the Organic Farmers Access Act.

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