(NaturalNews) Glyphosate, the world's most widely used herbicide, is the primary ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup. While the weed killer has proven dangerous to human health, and is a probable carcinogen, the other supposedly inactive chemicals found in Roundup may pose even more of a threat to people.
(NaturalNews) Recent tests by the Portuguese No GMO Coalition showed that volunteers in the country had extremely high levels of glyphosate in their urine, placing their contamination rate well above that of many places in Europe. Every single one of the 26 volunteers had cancer-causing glyphosate in their urine; similar tests in Switzerland last year found glyphosate in only 38 percent of people.
David Gutierrez, April 27 2016
Reuters recently published a pair of supposedly investigative articles that are actually a thinly veiled hit piece on the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), and that organization's recent ruling that glyphosate (Roundup) is a "probable carcinogen."
Health Freedom Alliance, 15 April 2016
As we have covered extensively in recent months, Monsanto’s herbicide glyphosate, the primary ingredient in their top-selling product Roundup has been proven to cause cancer.
health freedom alliance, 4 March 2016
Biochemical giant Monsanto has found itself under increased scrutiny after the World Health Organization recently announced that glyphosate is likely carcinogenic to humans.
Jennifer Lea Reynolds, February 4 2016
study conducted by Dr. Nancy Swanson and the President of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), Andre Leu, has reinforced what many have been convinced of all along: glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto's herbicide Roundup, is lethal.
Claire Bernish, December 8, 2015
David Gutierrez, December 01, 2015
Long-term consumption of tiny levels of Roundup herbicide that are lower than those permitted in U.S. water supplies can lead to liver and kidney damage caused in part by changes in gene expression.
L.J. Devon, October 12, 2015
General Mills Inc. has come forth publicly, apologizing for a crucial weeks-long mistake that went down at one of their plants in Lodi, California.