11 Fruits & Vegetables That Are Actually Bad For You

Corn

Corn

Love corn on a cob? Melted butter sliding elegantly over the top? Sure it’s fantastic with a BBQ, but you have to be careful about which corn you buy. Some people have no problem with genetically modified crops, but the verdict is still out. A lot of corn in the United States are grown with new genes, meaning that our bodies are given proteins that they don’t recognize. It is believed that this can cause hormonal problems and food sensitivities in people young and old. While we’re still figuring out the GMO issue, it might be worth purchasing organic!

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