Avoid Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)

Everyone should be concerned about GMOs creeping into our food supply. Without your consent, and with the FDA not requiring labeling on food products, you are most likely ingesting this poison. Other countries demand labeling, so why not ours? We should have the right to decide — and not feel like we’re part of some freaky experiment with horrific consequences.

But do your own research. You’ll be surprised at what companies have given in to using GMOs. And for what? More money? They put us all at risk. I’ve determined not to buy their products anymore. Maybe my voice — combined with your voice — will get their attention, as their sales decrease. You might be interested to know that some of these American companies don’t use GMOs in other countries. But they do this to their own fellow citizens? It sickens me.

Here’s a guide to help you get started in sorting out basic information. It’s a food guide that tells who’s using GMOs and who’s not, and what specific products are safe and those that aren’t. And, if you have a food co-op or farmer’s market in your area, that’s a good choice too (if they grow/carry organics).
http://gmoguide.greenpeace.ca/shoppers_guide.pdf

“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge…” Hosea 4:6 (Amplified)

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2 thoughts on “Avoid Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)

  1. Eye-opening, no, shocking. The list is a lot longer than I expected. Yes, why are we guinea pigs with pocket books?

    I highly recommend people read or reread Upton Sinclair’s “The Jungle.” History is repeating itself. (Read his novel “The Money Changers” about banking.)

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