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Also Known for Her Pro Organic and Healthy Lifestyle, Muhammad Ali’s Daughter Warns Millions About this Food Label

Published 05/18/2023, 4:40 PM EDT

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The daughter of the late Muhammad Ali, Laila Ali, often shares her insights about various products that have benefited her millions of followers. A health and wellness advocate, Ali exemplifies the principles she espouses. Even at the age of 45 years old, she still looks extremely fit and healthy.

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Laila Ali exhibits the same level of determination in her current endeavors as she did during her boxing career. Notably, she has successfully established the brand Laila Ali Lifestyle, which aims to promote and endorse a healthy way of living. This brand draws inspiration from her unwavering commitment to the overall well-being of a human being.

Laila effectively utilizes social media platforms to offer guidance and advice to her numerous followers. Her followers reciprocate this love and admiration. Laila frequently shares captivating anecdotes and essential messages that deeply resonate with her audience, often serving as valuable life lessons. Recently, she earnestly cautioned her one million-strong audience about products that can disrupt hormonal balance in the human body. Moreover, she has chosen to enlighten her followers about the significance of thoroughly examining food labels, thereby empowering them to make informed dietary choices.


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Laila Ali, daughter of Muhammad Ali, warns fans about food labels

Laila Ali, took to her Instagram story to educate millions about food labels. She shared an informative post from Vani Hari also called, thefoodbabe on Instagram. The post compared two prominent food labels, one is the Non-GMO Project label and USDA Organic label. It shed light on the significance of the labels.

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According to the post, the Non-GMO verified label indicates that the food product does not contain genetically modified organisms. On the other hand, the USDA Organic label guarantees that the food has been produced using organic farming methods, including strict regulations on pesticide use and genetic modification.



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The Non-GMO Project label specifically indicates that a food product has been tested and verified to be free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). It provides transparency and allows individuals who are concerned about the potential risks associated with GMOs to make informed choices.

On the other hand, the USDA Organic label signifies that food has been produced following strict organic farming standards. This includes regulations on pesticide use, synthetic fertilizers, and genetic modification. In addition to being non-GMO, organic foods are grown without the use of synthetic chemicals, promoting environmental sustainability and potentially offering health benefits.


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The caption emphasized the importance of sharing this information widely to prevent consumers from being deceived at the grocery store. It highlighted a crucial point: while organic food is always non-GMO, not all non-GMO food is organic. Laila Ali once again enlightened her audience to ensure they live a happy, healthy life. What do you think about the situation? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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Written by:

Chirag Radhyan


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Chirag Radhyan is a Boxing Writer at EssentiallySports. He has authored over 300 articles and loves to talk about the animosity between athletes, leading up to a fight. His coverage of the off-court drama between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury received widespread appreciation from readers.
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Arijit Saha