A reader asks the following question:
“I want to avoid GMOs but I’m not sure how to know what foods have GMOs and what foods don’t. How can I identify GMOs?”
This question came at the perfect time. Just yesterday I spent my Eat Well to Live Well with Kellie Hill radio show on VoiceAmerica talking about genetically modified foods (GMO) with Sandra Lee, an expert from the Institute for Responsible Technology. She gave a ton of great information not only about how to identify GMOs but also why this topic is so critical to our health. If you missed the show, listen on iTunes here.
There’s a number of ways to make sure you are avoiding GMOs in your food.
Please join this discussion and post your comments. I’d love to hear your thoughts. Here’s the answer . . .
Choosing to avoid GMOs is a critical step in your journey toward optimal health. Whichever tool you use will help you quickly and easily identify GMOs.
If you aren’t sure about why to avoid GMO foods listen to my radio show, here, or visit the Institute for Responsible Technology’s website to better understand the health risks associated with GMOs. And don’t forget this month’s giveaway from the Institute for Responsible Technology – the free DVD pack including the movie Genetic Roulette and Seeds of Freedom. Enter here.