Low level Roundup residues in food linked to serious liver disease

Roundup, the product Kiwis slather over everything it’s considered ‘so safe’ you can drink it. Slathered over public walkways, parks, reserves, back yard gardens, lawns, roadsides, ditches where your water runs, even school playgrounds while the children play. I’ve witnessed it with my own eyes! No protective gear (might scare the public to wear a mask I’ve been told), no warning so you may walk on it without knowing. Take note folks and read the independent research. This product was tested for release on you the unsuspecting public by none other than the folks who made it! The same folks who said DDT was safe … who produced Agent Orange that just goes on destroying even today…. so here is more research on the effects on your liver. Check out our Glyphosate pages for more research links.
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(NaturalHealth365) Natural health experts have long warned of the dangers of glyphosate, the herbicide found in Roundup weed killer. Listed as a “probable human carcinogen” by the World Health Organization, glyphosate has been linked with autism, ADHD, birth defects and cancer – among other devastating effects.

Now, recent research has yielded a bombshell finding – a shocking connection between glyphosate and liver damage, with the damage resulting from low environmentally relevant doses that correspond to the amounts permissible in tap water.

Guilty as charged: Roundup linked to serious health problems, study says

In a study published last month in Nature, researchers found that Roundup causes nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in rats, even when given in infinitesimal doses of 4 nanograms per kilogram – a dosage 437,000 times below levels permitted in the United States.

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