Wednesday, August 6, 2014

food Are you allergic to GMO? Take the test!

NaturalNews) First things first, write down a short paragraph describing how you feel and how many items you consumed in the last 24 hours that were GMO. The way to do this is to scan the barcode of the food with the FREE phone app "Fooducate," and then you will know within seconds. Then write down every food item, including drinks, that you consumed that were NOT GMO and see what your ratio is for NON-GMO vs. GMO. It may look something like 15 to 5 or maybe even 25 to 10 if you consume a large variety of foods. Take into account that all ingredients count, so you may actually end up with a ratio of 60 to 30. Be thorough. You can also look up your products on Fooducate.com if you don't have the product handy.

For instance, you could simply search "corn chips" in the search box on "Fooducate" and you will get a list of all the common chips. Then you click on the one that you've been eating and find out if it has MSG and GMOs. Here is the result of a "corn chip" search. Use this site frequently to be your own food investigator!

Now, listen carefully, because you will want to appreciate how you feel seven days from now, after you've taken the GMO-allergy test, and that feeling will not be able to be described with words. Rather, just be the judge yourself, and see how many health problems disappear.

Are you allergic to GMO? Take the Test

Step one. Entirely remove corn, soy, canola and gluten from your daily intake for seven days. This means all byproducts of corn, soy and canola. Now, also remove MSG, monosodium glutamate, and all of it's "cousins" for seven days.

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