[UltraVid id=191 ]Doctor we hear a lot about a lot of bad things about genetically modified food GMOs why is that bad and do we know since it’s a relatively new science do we know the long-term effects yet we there’s a couple of answers that are really really important that people get these answers first of all the answer is Jeffrey Smith Jeffery Smith the author of seeds of deception the most sold book of its kind of all times Jeffery is one of the most fundamental researchers on earth being capable and able to talk about GMO foods genetically modified foods now imagine Monsanto started to put pesticides into seeds so that the plant grows a pesticide so if the pests are eating it they are dying okay would you go home and take your roach or spider spray or the spray that’s made to kill fleas or flies or whatever and use it orally and spray it into your mouth and say I think it does something good you know it might kill some bacteria in my mouth you’re going to have MS or cancer or Parkinson’s or something some neurological disease really really fast and when you understand that that’s what you eat I mean with I’m going to come to the genetically modification and all that dangerous but if you just think about the pesticides in the corn you eat it’s in the granola oil it’s in anything that that’s genetically modified you eat the pesticides that kills the pests just for common-sense sake so now genetically modified food is genetically modified how come we can digest everything the Earth’s growth because we are part of that earth it’s really like humans are like pigs and I don’t mean takes in the way of a negative kinetic condensation takes it everything that they can digest everything humans we have a very similar digestive tract like pigs we can pretty much digest everything as long as it’s natural my dear friend miss Australia a great great friend TV and movie personalities speaking was me tomorrow and on Sunday she wrote a book called the earth diet and you wouldn’t believe she is miss Australia she’s one of the most beautiful girls in the world she is perfectly healthy perfectly fit and she eats everything chocolate she makes her own peanut butter cups but everything the way it grows nothing is chemically altered or any way shape or form modified and this girl eats more than I do and I like to eat believe me and this girl is skinny and I’m perfectly healthy and I’m just saying that because we’re talking about the opposite of genetically modified food now here’s a real answer we cannot digest anything that’s genetically modified because we do not have the fitting enzymes to digest it now the body is basically handing it as toxic waste and this is what’s so dangerous the the the dead mutation in the food that food is now dead and mutated filled with pesticides or whatever it might be the body has no idea what to do with it keeps on producing enzymes trying to get produce biochemical and Nero Nero electrical reactions to somehow get rid of it digestion is the main cause of loss or the main use of energy digestion takes the most energy out of us but now usually you digest for a certain amount of time and then you stop but with an ethically modified food it’s in your body for hours or days or weeks and the body keeps on trying to get rid of it their toxic gases being aided by this by this process of rotting away the food is not being digested it’s rotting away and constantly producing toxins and toxic gases and this is God where where were just one element of the stars so now and and you know you might think oh okay dr. Coldwell just lost it we are in frequency what we eat I learned I studied was African witch doctors or medicine man I studied was American native Indian medicine I stand it was all the healers in the world to to create my instinct based medicine system and I found out that that all healing powers are just caused on the same route with using the same powers no matter if they called voodoo or whatever they call him it’s really if it works it’s the same it’s the same kind of power and when I when I even work very close was a couple of medicine men here in the US and they told me do you remember that in old movies sometimes in old western movies the the Indians killed the Buffalo and they apologized and they they prayed was a buffalo and said brother Buffalo and ma’am I’m sorry had to kill you but I had to live and don’t be upset and I was thinking about this as a kid even I’m thinking that’s really eerie you know the killer they eat it so what you know it’s dead but then the the the medicine man explained to me everything has a vibration and this vibration everything that we eat changes our vibration so we come frequently as a frequency everything in life is frequency in vibration that’s all there is it’s light and sound and we adapt to the frequency or the frequency adapt to us from anything we eat and the more I studied that most scientific sense that all of a sudden made all of a sudden it didn’t sound so absurd anymore no because the Indian prey to the Buffalo or worth the Buffalo to to harmonize the frequency to not make it’s enemy to not have something like like when when you when you kill an animal in a horrible situation in a slaughterhouse and the animal is really really terrified and knows it’s going to die it produces all these stress hormones adrenaline and everything it’s all over the body and that’s what we eat that’s why it’s so highly toxic that’s why I house the environment where this poor animal yeah this animal get killed and yeah yes I eat meat so I’m not kind of like there’s people out there saying never eat meat but there’s no reason to torture the animal you just you know if you have to slaughter do it you mainly and then you also don’t have all the toxins in the meat from the stress hormones and all this biochemical neuro chemical reactions and it was a genetically modified food what what Monsanto is doing it’s basically two things they poison our natural crop they poison our natural seed they have been accused of artificially infest ating fields from from farmers that grow natural corn natural food and then sue them for patent infringement saying you’re using you’re abusing our patents you’re growing our seeds and it’s said that they blew it on the on these fields to later to come back and basically tell these these farmers they have to destroy the crop and their seeds and why their seats only from them otherwise you get million dollar lawsuits for patent infringement what the plan seems to be is to take over the world food supply and make sure we have only food left for Monsanto only genetically modified food we know for a fact at least I know for me in my opinion as a fact and Jeffrey Smith’s can really really tell you a lot about this genetically modified food will cause cancer I am sure there is only a matter of time of years three to seven years of eating genetically modified food to develop cancer it’s a foreign object we cannot digest it the body doesn’t know what it is and what to do with it but also it changes our frequency like a microwave oven and it has no nutritional value to certain points then on the other end remember there’s a pesticide coming with it you’re eating what kills the bugs with your food so everything Scott what’s really really important for your viewers to understand many many many experts in the world confirming that in their opinion at the highest can security in the world as a high schooler for terminal disease period as I believe and many many experts believe and the reason is that I have a philosophy one of the main reasons if it didn’t exist 150 200 years ago you don’t need it you don’t want it you don’t want to eat it you don’t want to have it you don’t want to have it done to you because in 1900 there was a 7% cancer rate today we have a 56% cancer rate every second person in America has cancer or will get cancer so wait a second what did they do different in 1900 now they are saying Oh today’s people grow older that’s why our cancer risk is so much higher the most people that have colon cancer at 24 to 28 so that doesn’t work they have all these excuses and that’s how they abuse the mainstream media that they control to get all these lies and disinformation out there but Scott everything is natural nourishes us if if it’s organic and you juice it it gives you the all the power and life on Earth if it’s it needs to be organic and now it you always have to add it non GMO and it is just so horrible and and then the you horrible tricks they are using was all natural all natural means nothing I don’t know if you remember they put on the 7up all natural for a couple of weeks until people were so upset about that because everything by definition is all natural it means nothing you know and and your plastic cap is all natural try to eat it and we need to just put more emphasis on non GMO food and there is law coming up that’s going to be voted on in California really soon and people who are watching this please research seeds of deception Jeffrey Smith and read his books go to his website is a lot of videos on there sign up for his free newsletter he is fighting out there a fight that I’m fighting on my life for cancer patients we have death threats we have I mean I’ve been shot at at my husband bomb we have up to 27 desperate sad a our office now jokes with these people when they call up and they just say come by can you kill us now you know we’re waiting the board come over here because that’s how I was hurt that Scott and Jeffrey is in the same spot and he was a lone fighter out there he got it before any of us got it I didn’t even get it Jeffery got me on and that’s why I’m saying we need to communicate more with each other and stick together even if somebody is a tree hugger that I always thought I’m not talking to a tree hugger please go shower and get something else in broken structures and today I’m thinking wait a second that person said just transfer me really really smart back to nature and I’m thinking I’m saying back to nature too just in a different way so let’s come together and so stay away mud genetically modified food GMO food and there are no circumstances not one single time can be accepted as food it will kill you not maybe it will kill you you
[UltraVid id=181 ]Hi so today is another day another lovely day in Wales Shino I am currently working here in Wales and I’m on the beautiful farm and also just really wanted to do another really simple what I eat in a day videos they usually like to add in sort of what I eat and everything do my videos I love me I’ll show you why I kept teeth stay and everything like as well see you in a second right save for breakfast today I had porridge as you can see here and I have my porridge wisdom homemade bilbrey Chow which we and I also had some peanut butter to fill myself up longer and I had a couple of corn flakes on there as well and it was absolutely gorgeous I did say was I decided to do some watering of the polytunnel which actually takes quite a while because as you can see there’s quite a lot in here and Here I am just watering the plants and watering the tomatoes and then I decided to do some D weeding so I pulled this dog beef out here and I’m use it as mulch and Here I am again just picking out all the weeds and then I became inspired to make myself a salad so I started to pick all the lovely things I could find from a polytunnel that I could eat and these Tomatoes if the yellow ones particularly absolutely so so gorgeous and this is my bounty here and I used this bounty to make my or some of my lunch you can see here I made my salad and I also have that with some homemade hummus some rice and also some curry leftover from yesterday and that was absolutely gorgeous manche I started to do a bit Bondi weeding I did this in the strawberry patch so here are some pots here and I’m just pulling out all the grass and snipping out all the weeds and this is what it looks like at the end you can get the strawberry leaves as you can see here and I took some comfrey I pulled the comfrey out and use that as mulch as you can see here which fertilizes plants and I was a bit hungry because lunch wasn’t very big so I had another salad and I also had some hummus on bread and I wrapped up everything inside the thread because everything tastes nice in a sandwich snack I did some so basically the other day we just we trance some trees all up a section of the lab as I needed to put these steaks in here in order for Frank to know where the trees are when the grass starts growing through and there are a little bit further away from the plants so that you can get strimmer around and cut the grass and then over the arm field we saw this which is the sheep being herded by a tractor and a dog I didn’t you can see that bit it reminded me of Aaron Janice’s video the ethics of wool and if you haven’t seen it yet then I really recommend watching that video because it really explains the wool industry really well I’ll leave a link in the description box below so for dinner we had this gorgeous homemade pizza it was so tasty and I ended up actually having four slices four of these slices here and we had some nutritional yeast on top as well as some vegan cheese to make it really really nice and tasty for per day that I had this utterly lovely fruit tank which was made by Frank the owner of the land here and Here I am eating it and it was completely gorgeous as it said before hey that’s the end of my video guys if you’d like to please feel free to give it a big thumbs up and subscribe to my channel down below if you haven’t subscribed already and feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions for me keep watching guys I will see very very soon I’m learning how to love myself 😁
[UltraVid id=96 ]Highways and high five all right but we’re here about the Cabaret which is the cowboy at calomel so how did you like get into creating a vegan cafe gallery event space anymore things add to that well it was all quite random really we always kind of had a dream about some kind of dream that we did reality and then it would have been about a year and a half ago maybe a bit longer I just saw a random sort of facebook post about this particular venue and that possibility of taking over and running into the restaurant like way because we it’s all our daughter very close to you and we knew this space so I just leave trying to believe what I just don’t see it on Facebook and we used to have a chat about it long and hard about it decided we should give it a go because we didn’t at least new order for my situation here to compete against other people happy one I what’s the best event are like program you put on I what’s the thing like you remembered and on our that’s so cool that’s made my day however i think when we’ve had really good bands so we know for us to hear is to burn a couple of times we’ve been heading up to that it would be round I think we did reach the two big on over irrigation and I felt that’s a good number you can still move around is not too jammed you can see the bound in comfort oh yeah a good band lots of people reserves hmm as we got into this staff interested in the arts in as well the selection of staff you lied so let me get something right one of my favorite Oh and she’s she’s great I think she just touch with our it already in to eat her and so she kind of me oh good and raise some money you know as well that was really popular event very committed we had Tom Robinson come and play here who’s who had some big hits in some teas and 80s but it continues to be a BBC Radio 6 DJ uncle and he’s really well known for having glad to be gay and he did a version of that song adopted at one point which is really funny things that because everyone was a bit hesitant about singing because it has yeah and he was like hold on it’s okay you don’t have to be getting to sing this song here everyone and then after that everyone sort of thank you and actually it was really young it’s quite moving actually I found it please you create the world vegan day so how did you come about creating that and what are the achievements you’ve had from it okay well well big day when I was president and we were in the lead up to the Society’s 50th thinking about how to celebrate this amazing occasionally and already have one more I’d already have one idea which is to create a fill and then I’m current exactly remember how the ideas that came into my mind Wow why don’t we created died and so that was much easier than making the film because that was really just a matter of announcing it but when I thought about it was really to commemorate when the society would start it started by very small number of people who have this crazy idea that you could live without essentially live without exploiting animals and at that time which is in 1944 sightings found people literally thought we would die bad enough that you vegetarian now we all know clearly different actually you’re healthier as a beacon who you know you’re gonna Diagne be much healthier but at that time I just thought I find it incredible that those people at the beginning had this idea separately around the country came together as community for the day each other decided to found the society an into doing the war Second World War he’s in line when food was being rationed food was already severely restricted at that time and I’m just so inspired by these people and I felt they deserved to be remembered each year in fact that those people founded the society all those years ago so when we founded well-being well being in day we decided it would be the first of novo the exact date okay about so it was started in 1994 it’s amazing now it’s all over the world people do all kinds of and it just still serves as an opportunity to take the idea how to other people or to simply celebrate it and it’s you know it’s Damon people I think just celebrate create conditions that but you mentioned the film that you created so what was a film about well it was created by four of us really running drugs in in real life you’d be like but that was the first major undertaking actress but that at that time we were ye we were pleased to have the presenter Benjamins great British poet represent and we made a 25-minute promotional film about veganism that was well received I’m still proud of that work which you can see on youtube and yeah the film I’m really proud of go on it’s called truth or dare so lots of people want to start being businesses so do you have any tips for them the starting their own well because it happened to us by accident I just say really I mean we’ve been doing this for just over a year now if you want to get into the restaurant business the best and the key is really to get a good team you enter into this type of business what you need to and to be my advice is to be very determined set your goal and go for it if you make a mistake don’t worry we all do with their mistakes I made loads of the state’s every day and I try to learn from the run be a better person be tolerant of people some people like myself see a vegan argument and change very quickly other people they take but everybody is a potential video so be tolerant of people business other side so ten years to finally get it of you like leaving for life so you have been in a bun so as the band called and what’s it like traveling and playing music and well I think there’s nothing beats being on stage playing your own music in my experience so those of the highlights of my life are being the moment when you’re on stage playing us or moving beats my experience the band ring is calling this frenzy which we lazy about putting music out where we do have a small record deal most about next year do you drop in veganism in your music I think somebody asked you this before about I would say to us but it’s actually I think it’s really difficult songs can below nice but so we have sort of we did earn some gone on our album which is a little violence which cool it’s actually an ex somebody used to play these total king two gave it up because he couldn’t relating children into so that song which is kind of related he was the first he was an actor he changed his mind basically and regretted doing is instead a very powerful thing which is why he used the sample and then I wrote the music around that fitted in with the concept of the album which was an examination of violence what I put over the top of Everest sometimes quite shocking statements from people for examples of moments when they’ve been involved in a violent situation or contributed to violence in this case Ronald McDonald contributed and then become a reformed character i would say stay away from its own writers i find it a bit cringing it’s you’ve got to be very clever to pull it off in a way but other I recognize other people like in small but I have to jump in here and remember that i did do I’ve done a couple of league in field DJ mixes which is a collection of tracks some of them by very well known pretty much i buy very big all students a lot more than I ever thought that was it took me ages reserved so some of there are some really good it’s a great one quiet I goons that figure I did find a lot really do examples might be Dina by the youtube com vegan okay so in my case I have got involved with my local animal rights group in Southampton and I was already vegetarian although I didn’t stay vegetarian for very long because I met some vegans who were in a another animal rights group that was down the road and I came across a vegan society leaflet read it and I just connected immediately with the leaflet the argument like leaflet just very simply made the case for veganism and just like if I recognized immediately thought by the vegan mmm maybe not sort of conscious quite consciously in that way but my totally connected little got it I suppose and then basically I decided with my boyfriend at that time I think maybe we were both living at home or something so we decided to book ourselves a holiday in Jersey go away from here before decided to be season so then we both look begin at that time I was the age of 18 and even really met anyone who was vegetarian but I traveled to Europe I wanted to sort of broaden my horizons on a coached Greece somebody gave me Buddhism well vegetarianism was discussed and when I came back to make moment its soda seed in my mind because I didn’t want to be I realized I wouldn’t want to do that myself for me as well I just wanted to opt out of all that and then about a week later I’ve to go veggie I was in a Holland America parents store in southport and the first edition of the new revamped vegan magazine had come out I happen to see that I open it up when I read the definition I thought actually that makes more sense to me sort of bored out of a live-and-let-live attitude adding one of involved please do you have any tips for people that want to go vegan well I think I really enjoyed it you know it’s presented as you’re giving up something that you’re gonna miss I never missed eating meat or cheese or dairy once I found suitable alternatives the whole world of food opened up for me better healthier I declare a conscience i’m just literally recommend the thing is it’s enjoyable you know you’re not denying yourself something whole different way of living now is the time to go vegan because it seems that it’s really exploded in school now has been in the media but in my experience I will say it is the set maybe not the best decision I’ve made in my life that’s certainly one of the imagine not being thing just say it really contributes to the right thing but it’s the nature of the food itself as well it has so many positive effects on body or mental health emotions and it’s just a more enjoyable really like honest it’s more than that so much go to be I think as I ever not yeah I mean for the future the planets as well aware that fifty percent of greenhouse gas is actually generated from animal agriculture everybody’s we want to save the planet sometimes a lot of let’s go to be 10 billion season in this century a lot of people a book to start eating a hell of a lot more food you can see the beginning of that happening now I think I know it’s more related the future with mass migration because and that’s already it’s all there it’s also a resource we do start making changes and taken on radical ideas like a vegan future the planet will be destroyed by who hmm and append them vation because too many aspects of the planet and it’s all good year round so thank you good you’ll end up XP be coming for a professional a very good start yeah
[UltraVid id=40 ]In the UK alone there are over half a million people who have decided to live a vegan lifestyle. This involves not eating dairy or meat and instead opting for plant based food. However, across the globe, humans eat a staggering amount of meat and all these animals need land to graze, food to eat and are responsible for the production of methane which excelarates climate change. What would happen if everyone in the world became vegan?