What Does "non-GMO" Mean?
January 31, 2011
There is anecdotal evidence, on the other hand, that GM products aren’t harmless. As it stands now, most of the corn we eat and cotton we wear is genetically modified. Soybeans aren’t far behind. You might be surprised to learn that most of the Vitamin E used in cosmetics also comes from a GM source.
With a world-wide increase in food allergies, there’s a strong possibility that playing with the DNA of our food is making us sick. And how do we control it? Seeds from GM crops are blown by the wind and carried by rivers to appear far from the fields in which they were initially planted, with the potential to take over. We’re all part of a global experiment that we at rmsbeauty don’t want to contribute to. That’s why we chose non-GM ingredients for all of our products.
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