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Minimize your exposure!

Here?s how you can help minimize your exposure to GMO and glyphosate dangers:

Read labels

When buying fresh produce look at the codes on the little stickers on the items:

?4-digit code: Traditionally grown (non-GMO) produce ?5-digit code: Look at the first number:

◦If it starts with a 9, it’s organic ◦If it starts with an 8, it’s a GMO Avoid processed foods GMO crops are used extensively in packaged/processed foods, and the labels don’t need to disclose that. As a matter of fact, unless a packaged food is 100 percent organic, you should assume it has GMO ingredients.

The answer here is easy?stick to real foods and avoid the packaged junk as much as possible.