– [Narrator] GMOs were
introduced into the food supply in the United States in the late 1990s. More than 30 diseases
are rising in parallel with increased GMO consumption or with the increased amount
of glyphosate herbicide sprayed on the GMOs. Correlation doesn’t prove anything, but when you realize
how the toxins in GMOs and glyphosate may promote
these specific diseases, it’s cause for alarm. Many veterinarians see
the same trends in pets. – The issue of GMO, for me, seemed like a benign one originally and now the more I look
at it the more I realize how dangerous it is. – We’re seeing a lot more allergies. We’re seeing a lot more cancer. And we’re seeing a lot more
dogs with GI type problems. – We know now that animals consuming genetically modified foods, that it actually can change
the terrain of their GI tract. – When I first started in practice, I didn’t see so much cancer,
allergies, GI problems, and now I think I see
them every single day. – We’re providing a
potentially irreversible immunologic consequence
from feeding tainted diets on a daily basis. – Avoid products that contain
genetically engineered foods and glyphosate, or RoundUp. To avoid that, buy organic. If you can’t find organic,
at least go non-GMO. – When we changed these animals
to their species-appropriate clean organic balanced diets, within days we see changes. – A lot of her thyroid problems resulting her being overweight,
those have disappeared. The itchiness and the yeast infections, that had all gone away. – Not only in their clinical conditions, but their energy levels,
their brains are brighter, they’re more engaged, they’re just having a much happier healthier life. – She just looked brighter,
she looked happier. It was pretty amazing
the change that she made. – More vitality, more energy. Their eyes look brighter. Their coats look brighter. And this is only after two
weeks feeding this diet. – [Narrator] Go to PetsAndGMOs.com to get the alarming new test results of glyphosate in popular pet foods.