Farm Expert Interview 3: Dr. Michael Greger, M.D.

Dr. Michael Greger, an American leading physician in clinical nutrition, spoke to us about the danger of further diseases emerging from factory farms.

“We now have billions of feathered and curly tailed test tubes for viruses to incubate and mutate within. Billions more spins at pandemic roulette…”

“Maybe COVID-19 is the dry run we needed, the fire drill, to wake us up out of our complacency to reform the food system before its too late.”

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