Buying organic and non-GMO is the easiest way to change the stronghold GMO crops have on our agricultural economy and ecology. Purchasing power is a huge influencer of what gets produced and how. Use your dollars to tell companies that these are the products you want.
Every eye cream and protein bar you buy that’s 100% organic or Non-GMO Project Verified means the demand for that product is increased. And when the demand for products using non-GMO ingredients increases, the shift toward more organic and sustainable practices continues to gain a foothold.
Whether you’re choosing beauty products like shampoo and conditioner, skin care and cosmetics, or personal care products like soap or sunblock, making the effort to use non-GMO and 100% organic products means you’re not only making the safest choice but helping to preserve the long term sustainability of our agriculture as well.
And don’t let your striving for a healthier body and life be waylaid by your supplements. There are non-GMO options available to meet your needs. From your daily vitamin, to amino acids, to your favorite protein shake, you will find many products striving to help you build a stronger, healthier body without the use of genetically modified organisms.
But don’t forget about Fido, either! You can give your dog Project Non-GMO Verified liquid supplements to help support him in a healthy coat, joints, and heart. You can also feed him the healthiest treats available by giving him non-GMO dog treats specially formulated to be safe and nutritious for dogs.
Choosing non-GMO is not just about food. You can get beauty products, vitamins and supplements, even pet care with 100% certified organic and non-GMO ingredients. As you’re working to clean up the food in your life, expand your health and eco-consciousness beyond the borders of the dinner table and create a whole-life approach for your health and the health of your family.
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