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Tiny amounts of Monsanto's Roundup in food cause kidney and liver damage, cancerous tumors

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.

Stores in Europe stop selling Roundup over cancer concerns; why won't Lowe's and Home Depot do the same?

By Lilley: (NaturalNews) It's no secret that, compared to many parts of Europe, the United States is seriously lacking when it comes to protecting people from encountering harmful chemicals on a daily basis. For example, the synthetic chemical known as brominated vegetable oil (BVO) continues to show up in citrusy soft drinks such as Mountain Dew, but in Europe it's banned. Sure, it's been known linked to cardiac arrhythmias, disrupting the endocrine system and causing rashes, but the FDA hasn't banned it here.

Stores in Europe stop selling Roundup over cancer concerns; why won't Lowe's and Home Depot do the same?

By Lilley:(NaturalNews) It's no secret that, compared to many parts of Europe, the United States is seriously lacking when it comes to protecting people from encountering harmful chemicals on a daily basis. For example, the synthetic chemical known as brominated vegetable oil (BVO) continues to show up in citrusy soft drinks such as Mountain Dew, but in Europe it's banned. Sure, it's been known linked to cardiac arrhythmias, disrupting the endocrine system and causing rashes, but the FDA hasn't banned it here.

Call to action on a Monsanto Roundup class action suit

BY Fassa:(NaturalNews) A civil suit accepts a preponderance of evidence instead of evidence that proves guilt without any doubt. This civil suit demands a jury to hear it. It's simply suing Monsanto for false advertising with Roundup, the world's best selling herbicide.

According to the plaintiffs attorney T. Matthew Phillips, the science is there and he has scientists willing to testify. If it does go to the requested jury trial, the facts disclosed within that procedure become part of the public domain. These facts could publicly incriminate Monsanto as a toxic menace.

Meat, milk, contaminated vaccines and inflammation - piecing the puzzle together

By Wells: (NaturalNews) Inflammation is the body's reaction to consuming chemicals, irradiated salt, artificial additives and artificial preservatives. It's the result of drinking water and other beverages that are contaminated with a Chinese industrial waste pollutant known as fluoride, which America imports and pours into the municipal tap. Inflammation ultimately sends the central nervous system and the cleansing organs into a state of shock.

Roundup harms human endocrine system at levels allowed in drinking water, study shows

By Gutierrez: (NaturalNews) The blockbuster herbicide Roundup causes damage to the human endocrine system at levels that people could easily -- and legally -- be exposed to, according to a new study conducted by researchers from Flinders University in Australia. The researchers found that, in a laboratory study, Roundup killed cells responsible for producing progesterone in women, leading to a drop in levels of that hormone. The effects were seen at Roundup levels currently permitted in Australian drinking water, which 1 mg/L.

Meteoric rise in modern diseases could be synergistic effect of glyphosate and vaccines

By Benson: (NaturalNews) Something sinister in the modern era is destroying the bodies and minds of today's children at an accelerating rate -- and no, it isn't better diagnoses or other such lame excuses peddled by the media. People today, especially in the U.S., are increasingly overweight, chronically fatigued, perpetually brain "fogged," and in a growing number of cases regressively unable to function normally or interact socially due to inexplicable mental problems and neurological disorders.

Monsanto's Roundup and GMOs are killing off monarch butterflies

By Wilson: NaturalNews) Monarch butterflies, sometimes referred to as the "king" of butterflies, are struggling to stay alive, their situation so dire that the Center for Biological Diversity has filed a petition requesting that they be considered an endangered species that requires special protection to survive.

The Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is reviewing the petition and will decide whether it's necessary and what more can be done to restore their population, reports The Washington Post.