No, it doesn't. The COA (Certificate of analysis) of the products don’t show that the ingredients are GMO.
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- What is the difference between NutraPak SunPower and NutraPak Shield?
- What is the NutraPak SunPower and what are its benefits?
- What is the NutraPak Shield and what are its benefits?
- What effect NutraPak A.I. will have?
- How many dosages does one NutraPak A.I. contain?
- What should I dissolve the NutraPak A.I. powdered nutrients in?
- How long is the NutraPak A.I. product’s expiration? Can I still take it after it expires?
- I have been using NutraPak A.I., but it doesn't seem to fit my body. What should I do?
- Is it possible to change the content of my customized NutraPak A.I. formula?
- Does NutraPak A.I. Supplements contain GMO ingredients?