As you clean up your home during the spring, cleaning your diet can happen the same way that contains unwanted genetically modified organisms. GMOs are plants or animals created through the gene-splicing techniques of biotechnology. Throw out breakfast cereals, which contain high GMOs. If you use canola oil, then confirm whether you buy a Non-GMO Project Verified brand. Always remember that “natural” doesn’t always mean what you think it does and it contains GMO ingredients. Give your children non-GMO lunchbox and ensure you use Non-GMO Project Verified soy whenever possible. 88 % of U.S. corn is now genetically engineered, so you need to think twice before consuming. Try to figure out hidden GMO ingredients in daily products and just discard it. Satisfy your sweet tooth with non-GMO treats. If there is a brand that you would like to see it become Non-GMO Project Verified, make a product verification request. If all else fails, looks for a low-risk alternative to a high-GMO-risk product.
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