A few years ago a group created a fun and engaging parody of Monsanto’s glyphosate from the music of the Beatles, “Yesterday.”
Because of GMOs, when we breathe, drink, eat, or stand in the rain, we are being subjected to antibiotics that are killing the healthy bacteria that we need to thrive.
A new analysis from the peer-reviewed scientific journal Environmental Sciences Europe documents the diametrically different approaches the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the World Health Organization took when determining the cancer risk from exposure to Monsanto’s weedkiller glyphosate.
Next generation GMOs are entering the food chain without regulation, claiming to be “non-transgenic”
When California jurors unanimously decided that glyphosate played a role in a school groundskeeper’s non-Hodgkins lymphoma, that verdict rocked the world.
A Stunning Verdict, the Ongoing Liability of Glyphosate and How A Professor Emeritus and Government Scientist Called It Out
WHO is not the only one to sound the alarm on glyphosate, an ingredient found in the world’s most-used pesticide, Roundup.
It’s most likely that not only do you not know if there is glyphosate is in your favorite foods, the company that made it for you doesn’t know either.
Glyphosate (also known as Roundup) is a pesticide that has infiltrated every aspect of our water and food systems and is wreaking havoc on human health.
The Roundup Revenue Stream: 2.6 Billion Pounds of Monsanto’s Glyphosate Sprayed on U.S. Farmland in 20 Years
Farmers sprayed an estimated 2.6 billion pounds of Monsanto’s glyphosate herbicide on U.S. GMO crops between 1992 and 2012 according to the USGS.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture quietly dropped its plan to begin testing food for the world’s most popular herbicide, glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s RoundUp.