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Storable food companies achieve high calorie counts with cheap GMO corn, soy and sugars

Storable food companies achieve high calorie counts with cheap GMO corn, soy and sugars

Storable food companies achieve high calorie counts with cheap GMO corn, soy and sugars
November 15
00:45 2016


Storable food companies achieve high calorie counts with cheap GMO corn, soy and sugars

Monday, November 14, 2016 by: David Gutierrez, staff writer

(NaturalNews) Storable food is meant to carry you and your loved ones through a disaster situation where other sources of nutrition might be rare or nonexistent, so it’s no surprise that many of these foods are highly calorie dense.

But nutrition means more than calories, and many storable food products bulk up their calorie counts with empty calories in the form of sugars and refined starches. To make matters worse, these empty calories are almost universally sourced from genetically modified (GMO) corn and soy.

For people who want their storable food rich in real nutrients and free of synthetic ingredients, a new option is available: Numanna organic survival meals.

Will these foods really help you survive?

Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, recently reviewed the ingredient labels of all the major brands of survival foods, and declared them filled with empty calories, GMOs, pesticides and dangerous chemical additives.

Common sources of empty calories include not just the obvious ones like sugars or derivatives of corn syrup, but also other forms of sugar or refined starch such as maltodextrin or dextrose. Another common filler food is bleached white flour, which has been stripped of 90 percent of its mineral content and turned into a slightly more complex form of sugar.

Other ingredients of concern include everything made from soy, corn or canola, which is by definition GMO if it’s not organic. This includes soy-based products such as textured vegetable protein (TVP). Dairy derivatives such as sodium caseinate are also likely contaminated with GMOs and bovine growth hormone (rBGH).

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