The documentary’s main purpose was to demonstrate the negative results of a burgeoning bottled water industry. The film pushes to reveal the unethical methods utilized by large beverage companies such as Nestle, Coca-Cola, and Pepsi Co. to secure local ground water reserves, often without the knowledge and consent of the local citizenry. In addition, the film offers testimonies from several different scientists and watch group officials citing research showing the health affects plastics and plastics production have on the human body.
I honestly had no idea so many harmful, unnatural, horrifying methods of biotechnology were being applied in utterly and inexcusably invasive ways to our agricultural system.
I learned the usage of the e.coli bacteria is what helps facilitate genetic engineering. The usage of antibiotic gene markers, designed to also assist in the genetic engineering process, may actually degenerate the effectiveness of antibiotics in humans against certain diseases. Corporations can actually patent seeds, which means they can patent/own plant life, which means they literally control our food markets (I was aware of this last fact, but I was not aware of the LITERAL extent to which this control is exercised).
How absurd is it that a for-profit entity that’s clearly not at all interested in our health and welfare, literally controls not only what we eat, but also the quality of what we eat? [READ MORE]