Generational Changes

Here are some reasons why:
1️⃣ When I was a little girl, my mom got to just grab any container of milk off of the store shelf. It wasn’t until 1993 that we had to start worrying if the milk had rBST or rBGH in it. Now we have to worry about the milk having growth hormones, what gmo feed the cows have been given, if we want organic milk, or if we want grassfed milk.
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2️⃣When I was a little girl, my mom could just buy any beef off of the shelf. It wasn’t until 1996 and 1998 that glyphosate sprayed gmo soy and gmo corn were allowed into our food and then a few years later those became the main food source for non grassfed cows. Now we have to worry about what the cows are eating and if we want that type of beef.
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3️⃣When I was a little girl, my mom could just go buy any oatmeal off the shelf and it was nutritious. Now we have to wonder if the company uses glyphosate or if it’s worth buying the organic that we know is not sprayed with glyphosate.
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4️⃣When I was a little girl, my mom would buy no sugar added items, and it meant no sugar added. Now that phrase no sugar added means, “we’ve used sucralose, ace-k, aspartame, or other harmful chemicals.” Sucralose was approved by the FDA in 1998, aspartame in 1996, and ace-k in 1988.
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5️⃣When I was a little girl, when my mom bought us yogurt, it was just yogurt. Now we have to decide... does the yogurt have hormones in it (1993), does the yogurt have high fructose corn syrup in it (1983), were the cows fed gmo glyphosate food (1998), does the yogurt have sucralose (1998) or ace k in it?
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Get the point? The list goes on and on. I could give example after example of why we need to help educate others as to what we are putting in our bodies. The food is not what it was years ago. And food can either contribute to our sickness or contribute to our wellness. It’s up to you which way you choose