Glyphosate, aka RoundUp, is linked to autism **updated

An MIT professor has studied glyphosate, the ingredient in Monsanto’s RoundUp and found there was a link between autism and the chemical.

Dr. Seneff argues that glyphosate severely impacts gut health by destroying healthy gut bacteria (think probiotics).

Seneff’s research shows that children with autism have biomarkers indicative of excessive glyphosate, including zinc and iron deficiencies, low serum sulfate, seizures and mitochondrial disorder, according to the Alliance for Natural Health.

Monsanto denies all evidence pointing to such a connection, arguing that Roundup is harmless because humans don’t have a shikimate pathway, which the chemical inhibits. However, Seneff notes that our gut bacteria do in fact have this pathway, and these bacteria are crucial for supplying the body with amino acids.

As you might recall, Monsanto sought, and was granted, permission to poison us even more by hyping up the amount of glyphosate.
Because the bioengineered stuff that looks like food was engineered to allow farmers to apply more RoundUp.  This, in turn, made “superweeds”  (or, in my opinion, plants that are not valued because they don’t “look pretty” but nevertheless can be a source of food themselves),  that they can no longer control.
So….naturally, Monsanto wanted to apply even more toxic glyphosate to once again get rid of the unwanted plants.  Toxins on steroids.
Because it makes *perfect* sense to keep applying more and more poison as nature adapts and the plants grow despite having the toxic poison applied.  They’ll survive, but the human consuming them will suffer.
**Updated with video of interview with Dr. Seneff:

One thought on “Glyphosate, aka RoundUp, is linked to autism **updated

  1. Reblogged this on Dolphin and commented:

    I’m reblogging this with a video of Dr. Seneff. Incidentally, she has a B.S. in biophysics, in addition to PhD in engineering.

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