"Safe amounts of RoundUp?" It's gardening time again.
Monsanto's "RoundUp" contains a chemical known as Glyphosate. This chemical is known to have disrupting effects on sexual development, genes and beneficial gut bacteria at doses considered "safe".
Please don't use this product or any other Monsanto product. You not only affect your health, but you affect the whole neighborhood.
Glyphosate is the core ingredient in Monsanto's infamous weedkiller and levels in the human bloodstream have spiked by more that 1,000% in the past two decades. That is quite the jump.
Scientists involved in a recent study that tested "safe amounts" in rats say their results show that it poses a significant health concern. One of the authors of the study reported that the "detrimental" effects from glyphosate had been detected in the gut bacteria of pups born to mothers who appeared unaffected themselves.
Glyphosate has been found in almost every cereal product. This is not what you want to feed to your developing children. There is a link to endocrine disruption and cancer.
In 2015 WHO and International Agency for Research on Cancer judged the chemical a "probable human carcinogen", since then controversy has exploded over the chemical.
"The new crowdfunded pilot study which the Ramazzini Institute compiled with Bologna University and the Italian National Health Institute observed the health effects of glyphosate on Sprague Dawley rats, which had been dosed with the US EPA-determined safe limit of 1.75 micrograms per kilo of body weight.The pilot research did not focus on cancer but it did find evidence of glyphosate bioaccumulation in rats– and changes to reproductive health." (Nelson, 2018)
You can knowingly reduce your toxic load. You can buy local and organic, take a sauna 3 times per week, juice and do daily exercise.
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Neslen, A. (2018, May 16). Glyphosate shown to disrupt microbiome 'at safe levels', study claims. Retrieved from https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/may/16/glyphosate-shown-to-disrupt-microbiome-at-safe-levels-study-claims