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My Ode to Non-Gmo Month (Give Away Alert)

Now that we have gotten over the U. S Government shutdown, let’s talk about something more important and beneficial to our lives. Non-Gmo month.

Gmo month. That’s right October is Non-Gmo month. Now, time for school. What is Gmo? And why are people so Non about it?

Well, Gmo’s are Genetically Modified Organisms. Gmo’s are anything that is genetically modified or/and manipulated by humans in a laboratory environment. Gmo’s are bad because they are altered of their DNA that is not naturally occurring in nature.

What a better time to bring this up than the month of October. Why? Halloween of course. Candy is filled to the brim with Gmo’s.

Top 10 Most Common GMO Ingredients in Halloween Candy
1. Sugar (GMO sugar beets)
2. High fructose corn syrup (GMO corn)
3. Corn starch (GMO corn)
4. Soy lecithin (GMO soy)
5. Soy bean oil (GMO soy)
6. Modified food starch (GMO corn)
7. Fructose, dextrose, glucose (GMO corn)
8. Cotton seed oil (GMO cotton)
9. Canola oil (GMO canola)
10. “Other” ingredients: isolates, isoflavones, food starch, vegetable oil

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ProBar is a 100 percent Non-Gmo company, that is dedicated to encouraging a healthy lifestyle through their energy bars, meal replacement bars, and energy fruit chews. In honor of Non-Gmo month, I will be doing my first ever give away sponsored by ProBar where the winner will receive a mixed flavored box of my favorite Probar product , which is ProBar Fuel. Its packed with chia seeds, which are great for hunger control and energy.

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All you have to do is like ProBar’s Facebook page, follow me on twitter @Ighouda and do a little research about Gmo’s and write a comment on this blog, telling me what was the most shocking or disturbing thing you found out about Gmo’s. The winner will be contacted by email. Good Luck!
 

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