Chipotle markets that their meats and vegetables are from locally-grown farms. I’m for that. Chipotle doesn’t market that a majority of their food is prepared in GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) Soy Oil. Hm… I wonder why!
Soy Oil is a disease waiting to happen. It’s full of the toxic chemical, Hexane, and creates digestive problems in all mammals. The body has a hard time digesting grains and beans. The intestine is lined with villi and microvilli. These are tiny, hair-like projections that grab onto food, break it down, and absorb it into the intestinal wall to be distributed. When the body is constantly being fed a food it cannot properly digest then these villi can actually be “burned” off to the point where food passes right through tract or even the intestinal wall (Leaky Gut Syndrome).
A GMO food is science’s version of a shot in the dark. The process for soy goes like this:
“Hey, the soy crops are dying when we spray this toxic pesticide on them.”
“Ok, let’s inject some mutated genes in the seed so they become resistant to the toxic spray.”
“Great idea, but we have to lie to people and say it’s harmless because it’ll cost us more money if we do it the ‘humane’ way.”
Below you can find a list of food Chipotle preps with GMO Soybean Oil…
Chips Crispy corn taco shells Rice Fajita vegetables Black beans Pinto beans Chicken Steak Barbacoa Chipotle honey vinaigrette Large and Small Flour Tortillas
Foods made without GMO Soy…
Carnitas Mild tomato salsa Medium corn-poblano salsa Green chile tomatillo salsa Red chile tomatillo salsa Guacamole Cheese Sour cream Lettuce
Miracle Whip vs. Mayonnaise Ever since Kraft Miracle Whip made its debut in 1933 at the Chicago World’s Fair, it has been labeled a “dressing” rather than a mayonnaise. Although it looks like mayo, it actually isn’t. Here’s why.