glyphosate

  1. EXPOSED: Billion-dollar court judgement reveals CANCER in your FOOD

    They’ll look you in the eye and tell you it’s safe. Go ahead… eat up.

    Chemicals? Don’t worry your little head over them.

    Well, friend, I’m sure it won’t surprise you AT ALL to learn that they’ve been lying through their teeth about the chemicals hidden in your food.

    They WON’T talk about the risks.

    But I will – and I’ve got the latest scoop on a scandal that’s just been blown wide open.

    A California jury has slapped a MASSIVE judgement against one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies on the planet over a chemical they’ve claimed is safe… but clearly isn’t.

    It’s been linked to cancer and more. And odds are, you and your family are exposed to it nearly every single day!

    The TRUTH about glyphosate… EXPOSED!

    The jury just ordered Bayer to pay more than $2 billion to a couple that claimed they developed non-Hodgkin lymphoma over their use of glyphosate, aka Roundup, the weedkiller dumped on genetically modified crops.

    They clearly had a strong case – strong enough to convince a jury – since there are plenty of facts that link this chemical to cancer.

    In fact, enough studies have made the connection that glyphosate was listed as a “probable carcinogen” by the World Health Organization’s cancer agency. Research published earlier this year found use of the chemical increases the risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma by more than 40 percent!

    While the company will appeal, THREE major lawsuits in a row have gone against this chemical…

    And with 13,000 more pending, they better get ready to open the safe and pay up.

    But while the chemical is under assault in the courts, it’s STILL used every day in agriculture – and specifically on your food.

    It’s used so heavily that if you EAT in America, there’s close to a 100 percent chance you’ve eaten this chemical and fed it to your family.

    Now, you can remove yourself, with one simple step:

    Avoid GMOs.

    While the food industry has torpedoed every attempt at sensible GMO labeling regulations, some companies are now voluntarily adding that info to the label.

    So read closely, and if it says “GMO-free” in some way, you should be good to go.

    If it doesn’t, put it back.

    If that’s too tricky… or you don’t want to break out your reading glasses to examine every food label… there’s a better option: Go organic!

    Organics, by law, can’t be genetically modified, and along with avoiding glyphosate you’ll also dodge hundreds of other chemical pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and everything else— giving you truly safer food for yourself and your loved ones.

  2. Glyphosate weed killer in new cancer link

    Courtroom shocker: Common chemical CAUSES cancer!

    It’s the SHOCKING DEFEAT that could CHANGE what you eat.

    And for once, this could be a change for the better!

    A MAJOR court ruling could finally set the stage for reducing… restricting… and maybe even ELIMINATING glyphosate.

    That’s the chemical at the heart of Roundup, the weed killer dumped on crops of common foods we eat.

    The industry’s mad scientists have tinkered with the crop to withstand this chemical assault.

    But they never stopped to think about what it could to do HUMANS.

    While both the agricultural and chemicals industries have claimed that glyphosate is safe for people, there’s a reason to believe otherwise.

    Actually, there are now 289 million reasons to believe otherwise!

    That’s how much Monsanto was ordered to pay by a California jury after the company lost a safety lawsuit filed by a school groundskeeper who used the herbicide at work.

    He developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma -- and his doctors say he has about two years to live.

    While the company denies a cancer link, the case called on internal documents that attorneys say prove “Monsanto has known for decades that glyphosate and specifically Roundup could cause cancer.”

    It’s known, according to the court case… but FAILED to warn workers and consumers.

    The company says it will appeal the lawsuit. This is a powerful player in a powerful industry, and no doubt, it will fight tooth and nail.

    But there’s quite a battle up ahead -- at least 5,000 other lawsuits have been filed against the company over glyphosate!

    The plaintiffs each have a strong case, too.

    Despite the company’s denials over the cancer link, the evidence is piling up. It’s so alarming that the World Health Organization has declared glyphosate to be “probably carcinogenic to humans.”

    Obviously, the biggest risk is to people who work with the chemical, like the groundskeeper behind the lawsuit and those in the agricultural industry.

    But consuming this stuff may not be safe, either, especially if you’re eating it every day.

    And odds are good that you and your family are getting a daily dose of this poison.

    It’s turning up everywhere, even in non-genetically modified foods, due to cross-contamination and cross-pollination from birds, bees, and even wind.

    Glyphosate has now been detected in everything from ice cream to honey!

    It seems like the only way to really make sure your food is safe is to grow it yourself – and do it in a greenhouse.

    That’s not likely or practical for most of us, but you can limit your exposure to glyphosate and other toxins by going organic, because -- by law – organic crops can’t be genetically modified or sprayed with chemicals.

  3. Glyphosate weedkiller isn’t as safe as the EPA claims

    BUSTED! Feds caught hiding the truth about your food It might be a new year... but we're getting the same old line of nonsense from the feds! The EPA just fired off a new report that's supposed to reassure American consumers that their food is safe. But dig a little deeper, and you'll find that it's rife with conflict, contradictions...
  4. Glyphosate weedkiller found in orange juice

    The cancer-causing chemical in your breakfast drink What's breakfast without orange juice? Many folks can't even picture starting the day without the stuff. But I've got news today that could change your breakfast forever. And by tomorrow morning, you might never take another sip of OJ! New research exposes the bitter truth about this sweet drink. It reveals how every...
  5. Glyphosate weed killer found in ice cream

    Is this cancer-linked poison hiding in your favorite summer treat? Ice cream might seem like the perfect cool treat on a warm summer's day. Sure, you know it's not exactly HEALTHY. But what's summer without a little ice cream? So of course, you'll have some... and you might think you're safe if you go with a flavor from a brand...
  6. Glyphosate weed killer added to cancer list

    It's on your food... and now it has a CANCER warning! It's one of those basic things we all THINK we can take for granted. Our food is safe, right? Well, friend, your food is NOT safe -- and if you're eating non-organic fruits and vegetables, you could be swallowing a chemical so dangerous that it now has an OFFICIAL...
  7. Glyphosate linked to liver damage

    New risk linked to GMO chemical Don't be distracted! The media is playing a shell game when it comes to genetically-modified foods, trying to pull your attention away from the REAL issues. They're not only HIDING studies that show the risks of these unnatural Frankenfoods, they're also IGNORING the much bigger issue -- and it's not just the foods themselves...
  8. Glyphosate found in supermarket honey

    Glyphosate, the cancer-causing chemical in Roundup weedkiller, has been found in high levels in honey.
  9. Glyphosate turning up in breakfast food

    Glyphosate, the dangerous weed killer linked to cancer, has been found in common breakfast foods from bagels to eggs.
  10. Glyphosate detected in California wine

    Glyphosate, the dangerous chemical found in the Roundup weedkiller, is turning up in samples of wine from California, according to an alarming new report.
  11. Glyphosate levels to be checked in food

    Glyphosate, the main ingredient in the herbicide Roundup, is turning up in food – and now the FDA plans test to see how much is there.

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