Monsanto’s Roundup ingredient, Glyphosate, is said to be able to alter a human’s DNA. Farron Cousins, Executive Editor of The Trial Lawyer Magazine, speaks about California’s battle against Monsanto’s cancer-causing ingredient in Roundup. If this doesn’t shake you up, I’m not sure what will. By the way, here’s a link to a study showing that glyphosate concentrations can indeed, damage human cells.
How To Avoid Glyphosate
- Canola, soy, corn. Canola oil in non-organic form is especially bad.
- Cereals which are not organic and include wheat, barley, oats, rice, millet, sorghum, popcorn, etc.
- On the additive side of things, corn syrup, baking powders, cornstarch, and even maltodextrin and fructose
- Non-organic fruits and vegetables.
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