The Following comes directly from an e-mail newsletter discussing the increasingly alarming Glyphosate data.
Glyphosate poisoning is the emerging issue from decades of GMO Roundup Ready crops. Earlier this year, the UC San Diego released results from a long-term study that showed a 13x increase in the amount of glyphosate in urine tests of participants over a 20-year period. The State of California listed glyphosate as a known carcinogen effective July, 2017.
Glyphosate is in food, in the air, and in the water.
Glyphosate use in the agricultural sector rose 300-fold from 1974 to 2014. See Table. Glyphosate is also used liberally in landscaping, along roadways, railroad, and power company rights-of-way.
Review of facts.
The existing approval of glyphosate and Roundup is out of date. New research and the conclusions of an international team of reviewers have established ample reason to immediately discontinue use of Roundup and other herbicide formulations that contain glyphosate. Learn more about the documented health risks of glyphosate at RoundupRisks.com.
Be safe, eat only organic, non-GMO foods. Eat meat from animals that have not been exposed to GMOs, herbicides, pesticides, antibiotics or fed foods that are contaminated with these toxins.
Live clean, sleep well, laugh and love.