NON GM FOOD

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onemoretime2

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Posted: 22 Apr 2011, 07:06
IS ANYONE ON HERE TRYING TO EAT ONLY FOOD THAT IS NOT GENETICALLY MODIFIED? IF SO THEN I WOULD LIKE SOME IDEAS ON WHAT TO EAT AS I AM TRYING TO EAT HEALTHY BUT EVERYTHING WE EAT IS BAD FOR US IN SOMME WAY.

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WiiFitFatty

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Posted: 22 Apr 2011, 07:15
I try to buy all organic produce and cook everything myself rather than relying on processed foods.
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Mmmily

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Posted: 22 Apr 2011, 11:04
I'm working towards that goal. I buy mostly organic and shop at my local farmers market weekly which gives me access to grass fed beef and cage free chicken. I haven't gotten rid of all GM foods because I still eat out occasionally, but I'm getting there. I also started my own garden (tomatoes, jalapenos, leeks, sweet potatoes, and herbs) which is definitely not GM.



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