And AGAIN, since 91% of soy products contain GMO soy, when you talk about soy you are talking about GMO soy over 90% of the time.
What do I eat? Do you want an entire month's menu or what?
As much as possible and depending on the season I try to eat such items as:
Wild caught Pacific Salmon
Deep water fish
Organic free range beef
Organic free range eggs
Raw organic goats milk
Super foods powder made with organic wild crafted items modeled after a Dr. Schulze formula with added acerola cherry
Organic baby spinach
Various other vegetables and fruits, organic as much as possible, including tomatoes, asparagus, cauliflower, brocolli, cabbage, brussels sprouts, spring greens mix, dark seeded grapes, blueberries, bananas, blackberries, strawberries, yellow squash, zuchini, watermelon, oranges, cantaloupe, honeydew, etc.)
Various dried beans
Rice of various varieties
Raw organic honey
Juices (Apple, dark grape, pomegranate, blueberry
Organic whole garlic cloves and minced garlic
Organic non-soy, canola or corn oil mayonaisse and other salad dressings
Home grown jalapeno and cayenne peppers
Natural spring water
Do I always stick to the list? No, I stay with the above items a lot, but I do fudge sometimes and have a cheeseburger and tater tots on occasion or a occasional pizza a couple of times a month or a Coke once a week or so, and I have a sweet tooth that is always nagging away. And yes, I still eat some canned goods and other items from the grocers - such as Uncle Ben's Long Grain & Wild Rice (it goes so well with steamed asparagus and baked salmon or other fish with lemon, butter and garlic). But as time goes by and finances allow, I am slowly replacing items from the regular grocers with healthier items from specialty stores and suppliers.