Foods You’re Eating You DIDN’T KNOW Are GMOS!

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The letters GMO stand for “genetically modified organism.” That means that the genes that make up the DNA of a plant, animal, or microorganism, were altered in a way that does not occur naturally. Lots of people are against consuming GMO foods. What are some foods most people don’t realize are or have GMOs? Let’s take a look!

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7. Soy
In America, 61% of the consumption of vegetable oil is from soy. Soy products such as milk and tofu come up as alternative foods for more health-conscious people. If those same health-conscious people are against eating GMO foods, then they might be alarmed to know that soybeans have the second-highest number of approved genetic varieties in the United States. The soybean crops in the country are 93% GMO. Soy is also present in less healthy foods like frozen pizzas, cookies, and chips.

6. Baby Formula
For mammals, milk the first method of nutrient consumption when it comes to infants. Before babies can process food, they must drink their mother’s milk. Some people do not want to or cannot breastfeed their children. An effective way to ensure they receive the proper nutrition from milk is baby formula. You might see a lot of baby formulas say they use organic ingredients. When a product claims it is organic, the company is telling the customer that no genetically engineered ingredients were used. All manufacturers and distributors of baby formula must adhere to the FDA’s strict guidelines in their Infant Formula Act. However, some believe the presence of vegetable oil and soy oil in baby formulas means it’s possible that GMOs are in there, too.

5. Watermelon
The watermelon is one of the first genetic modifications in the history of the world. Watermelons are a product of domestication. If you travel back in time, the watermelons from 500 years ago appear vastly different from the ones of today. Back then, the seeds were much bigger. Nowadays, you can enjoy a seedless watermelon! When someone warns you to stay away from GMO foods, they’re essentially saying you shouldn’t eat watermelons, either.

4. Condiments
The stuff you put in sandwiches like mayo, ketchup, and other sauces could all contain GMOs. After all, you will often find high fructose corn syrup in ketchup and mayonnaise is soybean oil-based. Lots of the big condiment brands use GMO ingredients. Condiments are part of the 75% of processed foods that have GMOs. If a product has a stamp of approval on its package from the USDA or the Non-GMO Project, then you’re most likely safe in assuming it’s GMO-free.

3. Squash
Did you know that green zucchini and yellow squash are the same species? They are known as Cucurbita pepo. The reason they look so different is that they are genetically modified varieties of said species. If you’re anti-GMO and love yellow squash and green zucchini, you might have to change your stance or give them up. According to the Non-GMO Project, genetically modified squash can only be grown in the United States, although these vegetables may be sold in Canada, too. These crops take up 25,000 acres of farmland, yet are not commonly found in most supermarkets.

2. Potatoes
The USDA approved of the Innate potato, a genetically modified potato, in 2014. Scientists designed the potato to resist browning and bruising, thus ensuring the potatoes will be more profitable. Fried potato companies like fast food chains and potato chip companies benefit from these GMO potatoes the most. The new GM potato was modified using genes from other potatoes and not other organisms–something that might sound appealing to anti-GMO groups. The modification causes the potato to make smaller amounts of acrylamide when it’s fried, making for a healthier potato to eat.


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  1. Papaya – yes it is genetically modified, but that makes is better by far than unmodified papaya. We are talking about papaya grown in Hawaii. There is a virus disease called papaya ringspot virus, and there's a lot of it in Hawaii. Before the GMO papaya was developed, just about all Hawaiian papaya was sick with the virus. Now, that virus doesn't make you sick, but it certainly made the papaya sick. Now you can buy and eat healthy papayas.

    OK but what about the genetic modification? What did they add? They added a gene from the papaya ringspot virus! But it was only one of the virus' many genes, not the kind that could reproduce. And the gene was turned around. That means it coded for"suriv topsgnir ayapap". In other words, if you eat a GMO papaya, you are eating LESS of the papaya ringspot virus and it has been deactivated by making it way shorter and turned around.

  2. Yeast – Yes there are GMO yeast. But not in bread. Genetically modified yeast is is used to make some other valuable proteins like the enzyme used to make cheese, and to make certain medicines. If you are determined to avoid GMO food, avoiding yeast is a waste of time. Suggestion – avoid stress!

  3. Wine – Hardly any wines are made with a genetically modified yeast. Even if there is, you should recognize that alcohol is more of a threat to you than is the yeast that produced it. Drink moderately, and don;t stress yourself unnecessarily.

  4. Seedless grapes are NOT GMO grapes. To be clear, to make grapes seedless, their genetics have been modified – but any breding of a crop modifies its genetics. So by the plain English meaning, seedless grapes are genetically modified, but so are non-seedless grapes. So is corn, wheat, cherries, bananas, cabbage, almost everything. The anti-GMO groups have made it perfectly clear that they use GMO as a shortened term for "organism genetically modified using recombinant DNA processing" and that does NOT include seedless grapes.

  5. Salmon – Minor fact, it was modified in Canada, not in Panama. After it was modified, some was raised in Panama. None is now. If you buy a GMO salmon today it came from Indiana.

    Major fact. Americans eat around 60 million tons of salmon every year. Aqua Bounty produces and sells about 84,000 tons. That's a little more than 0.13% of the market. How much do you want to do to avoid a one-in-a-thousand chance of eating a GMO salmon?

  6. Vegetable oil – Once again, just because something is made from a genetically modified organism doesn't make it a genetically modified organism. It isn't any kind of an organism. It has no genes, no proteins, no metabolism, no ability to reproduce itself, nothing lifelike at all.

  7. if you think GMOs are bad and will never consume it , then may be you can never eat anything, well you can drink water by the way. The thing is all that we eat were selectively bread by our ancestors so everything we eat are in a way are GMOs. wheat and rice we eat today were just a grass spices , before u say u wont consume GMOs get some better knowledge about it..

  8. Recent research shows that vegetable oil, including Carmona oil is more harmful. Fruit oils such as, avocado, coconut, olive oil are healthy but not vegetable oils.

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