Avoid eating bread, or try baking your own or buy organic bread. Most breads available at grocery store chains contain multiple genetically modified ingredients including: high fructose corn syrup, sugar, soy flour, soy oil, canola oil, cottonseed oil, and other soy and corn derivatives. Gluten-free bread often contains cornstarch, dextrose, fructose, and/or xanthan gum (all from GM corn) and often a genetically modified oil, such as canola, corn, or soybean oil.
BONUS TIP: On your refrigerator, put up a Post-It note to keep reminding yourself why you’re participating in the Eat GMO Free Challenge. The note might say: I do not want to be an unwitting lab rat in the feeding experiment going on that I didn’t sign up for; or I am taking back my right for pure food – or anything that keeps you strong and motivated. Also keep reading information about GMOs and sign up for newsletters from organizations on our Resources page to stay educated. Keeping the information fresh in your mind about why it’s important to keep staying away from GMOs is a very important part of sticking with eating non-GMO.