How To Avoid GMOs When You’re On A Budget

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What’s the most controversial topic at the grocery store these days?

It’s GMOs.

Should you consume them? Are they okay in moderation? Should you strictly avoid them at all times? And if so, how on earth can you manage to navigate the store without stepping into a genetically modified landmine? And if you really want to challenge yourself, how can you do that on a budget?

The anti-GMO movementhttp://ir-na.amazon-adsystem.com/e/ir?t=elg02-20&l=as2&o=1&a=B00J2PQY5E is picking up steam, for a multitude of excellent reasons. My family is making continuous efforts to remove genetically modified products from our lives. According to a report by thesleuthjournal, if you want to learn how you can banish them too, read on!

Here are the top 10 things to remember when shopping for non-GMO foods.

Don’t buy into the malarkey that it’s impossible to avoid GMOs these days. It’s entirely possible when you stop playing by the rules laid out by Big Food!

Keep these things in mind when purchasing food:

  1. Stop looking for labels. Assume that if it isn’t labeled GMO-free, that it contains GMOs.

  2. Look for products that are USDA Certified Organic or Non-GMO Project Verified.

  3. Avoid all corn, soy, and canola that is not specifically labeled as non-GMO.

  4. Familiarize yourself with the abundant aliases for corn and soy.

  5. Buy ingredients, instead of food with ingredients.

  6. Cook from scratch.

  7. Stop shopping at the grocery store.

  8. Get to know your farmers personally.

  9. Preserve food while it’s in season.

  10. Don’t be wasteful. Use every single edible part to make your food dollars go further.

Do you have other ways of avoiding GMOs?  Please share them in the comments section below!.

Source: TheSleuthJournal

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