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QUESTION: Your website's new databases are the ultimate food reference tool! I've been browsing the "Frankenbase" lists and have been astounded by the ubiquity of genetically modified foods in brand-name products. Are there a few, widely used GM food sources (such as wheat, corn and soy) that are being included in most of these products? What might these "common denominators" be and, do you advise against eating them even though they may be "Neutral" or "Beneficial" for one's bloodtype? Thanks again!
ANSWER: FRANKENBASE is a database listing prepared foods known to contain genetically modified ingredients. Whereas soy and corn are now extensively distributed in the food chain and may well be impossible to completely avoid, at least you can look for prepared foods that do not contain GM ingredients and choose to support manufacturers who do not include them in their products.