What Do You Really Know About GMO Foods

What Do You Really Know About GMO Foods

We found this article that is entitled – Does It Really Matter If You Eat GMO Foods? we think after you read this article, you will think twice about eating food supplies that have been harvest from gmo crops.

Does It Really Matter If You Eat GMO Foods?

The Denver Post LIFESTYLES posted in their paper on May. 26, 2015 that GMO (genetically modified organisms) labeling is now part of a huge national conversation that started, ironically, after Dr. Oz was attacked as an enemy of genetically modified organisms (April 23, 2015 showing of “The Dr. Oz Show” – Denver Post)

Does it really matter if you eat GMO foods and should they be identified or labeled? If you have a concern about what you are eating, how it is grown, and where it comes from, then we would say YES.

Consider what is in genetically modified seeds, Round-up. Most of us are familiar with what Round-up is. It kills all plant life, weeds, grass, and eatable plants alike…Read 567 words more here


The article also has a video of an interview with Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, were in she states, that glyphosate (used in Round-up) is causing havoc on human health.

Read the article and consider this info-graphic as well on possible foods you may be purchasing that are GMO’s.

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Gluten Free BBQ Chicken Lasagna

Gluten Free BBQ Chicken Lasagna

Gluten Free BBQ Chicken Lasagna

Do you worry about weight gain? If your nutrition currently comprises of processed food products, like those that contain simple sugars and refined flour, changing to gluten free eating could help result in weight loss.

Even if you do not have celiac disease, but still experience bloating, vomiting, weight loss, constipation, chronic diarrhea and abdominal pain, and including sneezing, runny nose, headache, and moodiness after eating a product with gluten, then maybe you are allergic to it.

Are you an Autistic adult, have a autistic child? Then a gluten free diet would be to your advantage. Autism is known for causing communication difficulties and social impairments. It is believed that autism among other things, could involve the digestion of peptides, which are similar to proteins, making changes in your diet could help with autism treatment.

Even though evidence is inconclusive, many autistic adults and parents with children who are autistic have found that gluten free eating helps in controlling some behaviors linked to autism, and helping to manage the condition.

Medical science notes that while gluten consumption may not necessarily cause the disease, but it does inflame these conditions (celiac disease and autism) or contribute to flare-ups.

If you love pasta (which contains gluten), you can still enjoy it, eating gluten free. Give our featured recipe, Gluten Free BBQ Chicken Lasagna , and see for yourself.

Here is what you will need.

8 ounces lasagna noodles, gluten free (we used a no-boil ready to cook product)

1.5 pounds of shredded, cooked chicken

1/2 cup red onion, chopped

1.5 – 18 ounce bottles BBQ Sauce (without soy or canola oil or any gmo product)

15 ounce can black beans, rinsed

1 1/4 cup corn kernels, frozen

1/2 cup roasted red bell peppers, chopped

1 teaspoon chili powder

3 cups shredded Italian 3 cheeses

1/4 cup spring onions, diced

Preheat oven to 350 degrees

ingredient mix in a large bowlPrepare and add the chicken, red onion, spring onion, corn, black beans, and roasted red bell pepper to a large mixing bowl.

mixing in chili powder and BBQ sauceNext add chili powder and BBQ sauce, and mix until well incorporated.

coating bottom of pan with BBQ sauceNext coat the bottom of a 13×9 inch glass baking pan with some BBQ sauce. Now layer in some gluten free lasagna pasta. Next spoon on the chicken mixture, top with cheese, and continue with two more layers, finishing with a hefty layer of cheese.

Bake for 55 minutes in heated oven covered with foil, and then uncover and cook for an additional 5 minutes.

just out of the oven - Gluten Free BBQ Chicken LasagnaRemove from oven and let cool about 5 minutes.

Gluten Free BBQ Chicken Lasagna - detailed close upPlate and serve.


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