ICYMI: Glyphosate: Putting Our Soils, Waterways, Wildlife and Ourselves At Risk, Part 1

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT. Dr. Stephanie Seneff brings her insights on precision molecular medicine to bear in this detailed indictment of Glyphosate, aka Roundup: "Toxic Legacy: How the Weedkiller Glyphosate Is Destroying Our Health and the Environment." Glyphosate is spawning massive class-action lawsuits by exposed individuals who contracted non-Hodgkins lymphoma, but MIT researcher Stephanie Seneff Ph.D. highlights pervasive additional risks—to our soils, our waterways, to wildlife, and to humans. Yet it’s still authorized for use in the US, despite bans in many countries and localities. She’s been hailed as the Rachel Carson (author of Silent Spring) of our era. Avoiding use on our lawns and gardens and sourcing non-GMO foods reduces exposure, but it’s now pervasive in the environment. Dr. Seneff points out how it attacks multiple organ systems, affecting energy production, the brain, the liver, and the digestive tract, even compromising fertility. Despite industry claims to the contrary, it doesn’t break down quickly, and can persist in the environment and in our bodies. Click HERE for part 2.

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