So, now that you know, what’s the first thing you should do:
To help you get started avoiding GMOs, go home and throw away the following *red light* GMO items:
*Pancake syrup (high fructose corn syrup in a bottle)
Processed sweets – cookies, cakes, candy
Typical Peanut butter
Anything made from corn
Anything made from soy
Then, go to the store and replace with:
Real Maple Syrup
Organic Confectionary sugar and organic butter to make your own frosting
Pure Olive oil, grape seed oil, coconut oil, safflower/sunflower/peanut/sesame/oil
Homemade salad dressing (eg: olive oil, mustard, vinegar, maple syrup)
Seltzer water mixed with juice
Homemade sweets or organic
100% cane sugar, organic sugar, sugar in the raw
100% Peanut Butter – peanut oil settles on top, stir it in.
Look for “Non GMO Project Verified” or Organic products.
Beth Beisel, R.D. LLC
GMO FREE CTbethbeisel.blogspot.com (Links and
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