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Dangerous Glyphosate Levels Found in the Human Body

Dangerous Glyphosate Levels Found in the Human Body

| Nov 1, 2018

Monsanto continues to insist that glyphosate, the active ingredient in their best-selling RoundUp pesticide, poses no risk to human health. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to believe their claims, however, and many experts believe it’s only a matter of time before glyphosate goes the way of Monsanto’s past creations (saccharine, PCBs, and Zyklon-B, just to name […]

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You’re Being Poisoned by Glyphosate…Even If You Eat Organic Foods

You’re Being Poisoned by Glyphosate…Even If You Eat Organic Foods

| Jun 3, 2016

By now, you’re most likely familiar with glyphosate, the poison in best-selling pesticides that’s quickly making its way into every nook and cranny of our planet…including your body. Last year, an organization called the Detox Project launched an initiative to discover just how widespread glyphosate contamination really is. They invited individuals to send in urine […]

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Glyphosate Contamination Discovered in Popular Packaged Foods

Glyphosate Contamination Discovered in Popular Packaged Foods

| Apr 23, 2016

We’ve written before about the horrors of glyphosate—the poisonous weed killer liberally used on a staggering number of crops throughout the United States. Although the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) now considers glyphosate “a probable carcinogen,” and even though a mountain of evidence has come to light linking it to both health and […]

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Monsanto’s Crimes against Humanity (Will They Finally Get What’s Coming to Them?)

Monsanto’s Crimes against Humanity (Will They Finally Get What’s Coming to Them?)

| Jan 3, 2016

The world had high hopes for the COP21 (the “Conference of Parties” climate talks in Paris). The outcome of this ambitious gathering sounds promising enough on paper: the finalized “Paris Agreement” officially conveys the shared intention to keep the world’s temperature no more than 2 degrees Celsius warmer than pre-industrial times. This declaration has been […]

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