Are you already feeling better on a GMO free diet?
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If you’ve already made the commitment to avoid GMOs, you’re in good company. Nationwide, doctors are recommending that their patients avoid genetically modified foods (GMOs).
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If you’re thinking about eliminating GMOs from your diet
use these tips to help you make selecting healthier groceries quick and easy.
If a product on the shelf is not listed in the Guide, use these 4 simple tips and you can figure out if a food item is likely GMO or not.
- You might want to clean out your cupboards before heading to the store. Consumers are often shocked to find out that about 70% of processed foods in their kitchen have some level of GMO toxins which carry documented health risks.
- Download or order our pocket/purse sized guide and carry it with you down the aisles of your supermarket, or natural food store, to help you start swapping your brand choices for non-GMO items.
Basically check the label. If it says “organic” or “non-GMO” put it in your shopping cart. If not, then compare labeled ingredients to the list of GMO derivatives in the back of our guide. If there is a match, put the brand back on the shelf.
Below are our three basic non-GMO travel tips for you. Choose restaurants that prepare at least some entrees from scratch, as opposed to fast food places with highly processed pre-cooked ingredients.
Take it easy. Just add these simple first steps and continue to add non-GMO products to your diet regularly, even if you don’t feel you can go 100% non-GMO right away.
- Avoid certain types of menu entrees (see restaurant tips below)
- Ask what types of oils are used to prepare your meal.
Avoid soy, cottonseed, canola, or corn oils.
- In general, get familiar with how to avoid GMOs when eating at restaurants.
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