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Filed Under: Regulations & Law,Supplements at 2:08 pm | By: Brandi Spade, Senior Editor
gmo.jpgIdentify the genetically modified organism (GMO) and win a free prize.  Not really, but you get the picture.  Would you have any idea whether your cotton shirt is made from a GMO?  How about the tomato you’re eating?  Where do we draw the line of determining safety of genetic tampering?  Are you even aware of whether genetically modified food has to be labeled as such in the market?  If you’re looking for no GMOs then you would have to specifically look for products that state that on the label.  Even then, genetically modified crops have already begun to contaminate natural crops.

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes could be considered sensational foreshadowing in the unlucky event that one day research proves that ingestion of GMOs can affect our health and cause more harm than good in the genetic long run.  But perhaps our concerns are not valid, and GM food is the wonder technology that so many scientists declare it.  For now, the choice is yours.  When reviewing, type GMO into the search engine and you will be provided with hundreds of products, free from GMOs.

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