Shocking Side Effects of Monsanto’s Roundup

In recent weeks, I have come across some horrific facts about Monsanto’s Roundup Herbicide (which is prolific in the USA but illegal in many European countries).

Did you know that the active ingredient, glyphosate, which is heavily used on all of Roundup Ready’s genetically engineered crops is now proven to be one of the most important factors for the development of autism and many other chronic diseases?

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While the Monsanto insists that Roundup is as safe as aspirin, the mounting amount of evidence now shows just how false such claims are.

Not only has the company been falsely advertising their products as ‘biodegradable’, they have taken zero effort to improve their influence on human and environmental health.

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The two key problems caused by glyphosate in the diet:

  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Systemic toxicity
  • Damage to cells in the body
  • Tumors in rats
  • Linked to Autism, Lymphoma, DNA damage, etc.
  • Endocrine disruption
  • ….and more….

Check out these videos for thoroughly discussed, backed with massive amounts of research, proof that Monsanto’s #1 selling herbicide Roundup is leading to conditions like lymphoma and DNA damage.

First, the fun cartoon video:

Now, delve deeper:

Want even more?

This is about the longest/only study of Roundup on animals (rats). Hint: they quickly grew giant tumors and had many other health issues resulting from the herbicides. Warning: there are some kindof graphic images.

These findings call for serious measures to be taken against blurry product labeling and solidify the need to buy certified organic products all the more valid. Do your body, #health, energy, and #mood a favor and eat natural, raw, and #organic foods. Avoid processed foods, corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, additives, and anything you are not sure of the contents of because it is not required to be labelled.

What do you think? Isn’t it high time we stop consuming GMOs?

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