Are You The Victim Of Genetic Engineering – Rotting From The Inside Out

Hey Guinea Pig, Welcome to The Grand Experiment

Hey Guinea Pig, Welcome to The Grand Experiment

Hi guys, Barry in DR.  If ever there was a reason to seriously consider an escape from the “first world” countries….

Your health and the health of your family is reason enough.  Why do so many expats and visitors to our little off-the-beaten-path tropical paradise rave about how much better they feel after being here only a few days?  Why are they able to carry on about how their allergies seem to just disappear?  Why have many of them experienced significant reductions in blood sugars, blood pressure problems and high cholesteral after being here only a few months? Why have so many of them reported significant weight loss if they were overweight?

WHY?  What is it about this place that causes this?  Or maybe to recast the question, what is it about the place they came from that contributed to these problems in the first place?

All you need to do is to understand the benefits of the naturally grown, un-engineered foods that grow so freely and plentifully around here.  Thank God, we are apparently not prosperous enough to attract the mega-giant companies that are intent on genetically altering every food in sight.  We are just “stuck” eating those common old fruits, vegetables, meats and seafoods the way nature engineered them.  So what they taste better, ripen when they are suppose to and don’t flood our bodies with foreign toxins.  Look what we are missing out on….

Organic farmers in every large industrialized country are at war with the mega-giant chemical and genetic reengineering industry that is in lockstep with an easily corrupted government.  In most of these countries it simply is no longer cost effective for organic farmers to produce healthy products… they are being regulated out of existence, and any quality products that remain are increasingly expensive.

Heck, down here we just throw some seeds, or sticks, in the ground and our fruits and vegetables grow more than we can possibly eat.  We don’t need to monkey with the DNA strands to artificially produce “food-like” substances.

Fresh, organic, cheap... what more could you ask

Fresh, organic, cheap… what more could you ask

Watch the video below.

It is not short, about an hour and half, but every status-quo citizen in first world countries should watch it at least once.  If you love your family, YOU MUST WATCH at least the 4 minute segment starting at the 14 minute mark.

There is a reason why such a significant segment of the population has become obese, why so many people are now diagnosed with with diabetes, cholesteral problems, high blood pressure, ADHD and so many other problems.  The drug industry is getting rich peddling statin drugs, antidepressants and mood altering drugs to respond to this plight.  Maybe, just maybe, the grand genetic reengineering experiments with our major foods has something to do with it.

For me… I think I will stick to our simple, pesticide free, non-genetically engineered foods here on the north coast of the Dominican Republic.  Now sit back and watch this video so that you can at least understand what is happening to you… from the inside out.

Seeds Of Death – Full Movie

Tell me.  Are you REALLY happy being a guinea pig in the grand genetic engineering experiment?  Are you really certain that this is not destroying the health of you and your family from the inside out?  It’s totally up to you.  Do you want something better for the health of your family?  Are you willing to think outside of the box?

If you don’t do anything else, at least give yourself an opportunity to experience REAL, unadulterated food when you visit us on one of our free Discovery Tours.  You just might experience the benefits that so many others have.

It’s off on another Discovery Tour this week.  Hope to see you soon.  For now, it’s Barry in DR.

michael June 23, 2013 at 4:50 am

hi Barry, not to mentioned the depletion of vitamins and trace minerals of up to 80 percent in my opinion.

Somethings been on my mind the last couple months and i wanted your opinion on it. Ill be visiting your tour in 2 months to find out myself tho.
All the dr public forums on the web sound so negative.
they talk that riding a scooter is a sure way to get runover, or expect to have a home invasion, expect to eventually get sick and tired of power outages and go back home .
I know its heresay.
what are we to make of this? your opinion, thanks, michael

Barry June 23, 2013 at 1:25 pm

Don’t take my word for it. Power outages are in fact rare as homes are built with back up systems. Scooters in our regoin are fine. Why not spend some time on the site and click onto the yellow button to read some testimonials from the people that have actually been to our reigon. Might surprise you.

michael June 24, 2013 at 4:25 am

Dear Barry ,
I read every post you put up all the way back to your website start. And Ive watched all the dr videos . Seeya in October on a drtour., the latest,

also; wheres the beef? member that? ouch .

tha nks, m

T in Colorado June 23, 2013 at 4:24 pm

You won’t be sorry you are making the visit. All those concerns you have, well they will all melt away after a day or so. You will then fall in love with this country. Enjoy your trip!

michael June 24, 2013 at 4:30 am

thanks friend luvya , m

Lary June 24, 2013 at 2:17 am

Michael, I have read many of the same sour comments, wondering where in the neck those people were. I have been and stayed in the Cabrera area many time on both business and pleasure. Frankly I have never had a negative experience, in fact quite the contrary. True they do cycle the electric power down several hours each day, but all the houses I ever stayed in had automatic inverter systems and I never even knew when the power was on of off. We always had power in the house. I’ve heard people talk about safety issues but find the area far safer than any city in the US. I suppose in the big city of Santo Domingo things might get rough, as would many of the largest cities in the US. Really we never experienced anything negative in that area of the DR, wish I could say the same about many of the other countries I’ve travelled to on business and pleasure. But I have to agree with the others, check it out for yourself, that is the only way to understand it.

michael June 24, 2013 at 4:36 am

I know. I n gonna check it out, im not some broke punk and not fooin around.

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