Presence of GMOs in your mayonnaise?

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A List of the 10 top brands that may contain harmful GMOs

Mayonnaise is regarded as one the most unhealthy liquids out there. You can spice up your French fries with ketchup and soak your mashed potatoes with gravy, but coating a sandwich with mayonnaise is just as irritating and disgusting as feeding slops to pigs. Although mayonnaise is a food liquid that may go with your taste but it won’t go well with your health.

There are innumerable kinds of sandwich spreads you can make your choice on. Nonetheless, it is hard to find a mayonnaise that is not tampered with by Genetically Modified Oils (GMOs), simulated sweeteners or unknown corn-based vinegars. These are the reasons the food oil-mayonnaise has been tagged ‘Satan’s condiment’. The sandwich spread foams out fat and produces calories. There are other edible sandwich spreads as alternative to mayonnaise. Do you wish switching to a more natural whole foods diet? Then here are five brands of mayonnaise you must avoid.

1. Hellman’s

Literally Hellman’s brand of mayonnaise is hell on man’s body. Hellman’s contains a blend of soybean oil, calcium disodium, lemon juice, sugar, vinegar, eggs, egg yolks and EDTA as preservative. In addition, the soybean oil in Hellman’s brand is sourced from GMOs.

GMOs are harmful substances to our body and the environment at large. It is an active step towards a healthier you when you remove GMOs from your diet. Talking about the brand that has the highest GMO canola oil content, Hellman’s brand is at the top of the list. Quit spreading Hellman’s on cold turkey sandwiches in your best interest.

2. Miracle Whip

Miracle Whip is a product of Kraft foods and it is a well known brand of mayonnaise in the U.S., Canada and other countries of the world. Nonetheless, Miracle Whip is a miracle to our health ironically because it contains soybean oil (sourced from GMOs), dried eggs, cornstarch, vinegar and corn syrup. Other recipes of the mayonnaise brand include salt, mustard, paprika, flour, spice and natural flavor along with potassium sorbate as a preservative.

The company producing this brand of mayonnaise claims that cornstarch it uses to manufacture this brand is non-genetically modified. But we know surely that the soybean oil in Miracle Whip is made from GMOs. The recipes are a concoction of deadly substances which shouldn’t go into the body system at all! The only miracle about this brand is that it doesn’t carry a warning label.

3. Duke’s Mayo

Many mayonnaise brands claim that they are made of ‘real’ ingredients. A quick look at the ingredients on the back of a bottle of Duke’s Mayo makes one to know that the claims are nothing else but false. Duke’s Mayo contains soybean oil (GMO sourced), eggs, apple cider, salt, vinegar, water, natural flavors and calcium disodium (EDTA) as preservatives. Apart from GMOs’ presence in Duke’s brand of mayonnaise, the preservatives in it are too much and this is capable of damaging your nervous system and altering hormonal balance.

4. Trader Joe’s

Just like the brands mentioned earlier, Trader Joe’s mayonnaise contains soybean oil (GMOs), organic egg yolks, spices, whole eggs, mustard, white vinegar, salt and an organic lemon juice.
Don’t be tricked by the organic ingredients.

Soybean oil is often sourced from Genetically Modified Organisms. Trader Joe claims that their products are harmful ingredients and preservatives free. The big reason you have to steer clear of these products is that the oil, whole eggs and vinegar they use are probably traceable to Genetically Modified Organisms.

5. Best Foods Mayonnaise

On the contrary to the name, there is nothing best about the brand. Although Best Foods Mayonnaise is blindly regarded as the best mayo in town because the product touts itself as being free from gluten, GMOs free, an awesome source for omega-3 fatty acids and produced with pure olive oil. A fast review of the ingredients written on the label reveals that Best Foods Mayonnaise is not worth at all! It’s all cooked lies.

The ingredients of Best Foods Mayonnaise are soybean oil (GMO sourced), extra virgin olive oil, vinegar, whole eggs and yolks, water, salt, GMO modified corn starch, together with spices and lemon juice. It also contains the preservatives citric acid, calcium disodium (EDTA), colors like beta carotene, sorbic acid and natural flavors. Talking about false advertisement, Best Foods has many products, but its mayonnaise is prominent in the U.S. According to Oxford University’s Material Safety Data Sheet, sorbic acid can cause damage to the skin and respiratory system. Best Foods mayo is in no way the best mayonnaise available in town.

6. Kraft

Kraft food is arguably the most popular food manufacturing corporation in the U.S and Canada. It’s consumed by millions of customers everyday. It’s therefore unfortunate that Kraft Mayo contains GMO oil. The 100 percent sugar used in Kraft products doesn’t compensate the carcinogenic compounds that contaminate the mayo. It’s best to craft your sandwich with other ingredients.

7. Blue Plate

Blue Plate mayonnaise was one of the first commercial mayo products. It’s less popular than other mayonnaise brands, but very popular in Texas. Despite its historical roots, Blue Plate mayo has become tainted by the rise of GMOs. Its ingredients are soybean oil, salt, water with sugar, white vinegar, egg yolks and other spices. It also has calcium disodium (EDTA) which is used as a preservative.

In addition to GMOs, calcium disodium is a harmful preservative used in Blue Plate mayo. A quick Google search reveals calcium disodium to be an agent called chelating. It’s used to remove heavy metals like lead and mercury from the blood. It’s disturbing that the company would add an ingredient to their product that removed mercury. How about leaving the mercury out of the mayonnaise to begin with?

8. Kewpie

This Japanese mayo is popular for its unique taste. It is known for being natural and healthy. Nevertheless, Kewpie contains GMO oils, including soybean and canola. Other ingredients include MSG powder, kosher salt, rice vinegar, hon-dashipowder, malt vinegar, garlic powder, Japanese mustard powder and egg yolks. Kewpie serves as a lesson that “natural” products aren’t always what they claim to be. In short, make sure to read the ingredients prior to purchasing anything that masks itself as healthy.

9. Whole Foods 365

Whole Foods 365 produces canola oil mayo, which has a light and silky texture. Canola oil mayo is made from GMO, and is one of the most dangerous oils available on the market. The ingredients of Whole Foods 365 reveals that it contains GMO fragments and carcinogens used while manufacturing the product. Whole Foods 365 is anything but whole foods.

10. Flavor Fresh

This mayo is anything but fresh. The first ingredient is soybean oil and to keep it sweet it contains high fructose corn syrup. Avoid this cheap mayonnaise at all costs.

Americans love their mayo. Estimates suggest that mayo surpasses ketchup sales in the United States, meaning it is the number one condiment of choice. Nevertheless, it’s time to move on from the sauce and hold the mayo. You can substitute a spoon full of mayo with a variety of spreads, including guacamole, cashew butter, mustard or hummus. For apologists of mayo, you can make your own mayo at home free of GMO oils and noxious preservatives. With these suggestions in mind, it will be easy to find a new spread for your bread.

Source: Natural.News



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