by Mike Adams
In recent laboratory tests, many gluten-free foods were found to containing alarmingly high levels of glyphosate weed killer, a chemical described as a “probable carcinogen” by a scientific subgroup of the World Health Organization.
Gluten-free foods are widely consumed by people who aren’t even gluten sensitive in the first place. As I explain in the eye-opening mini-documentary video below, many people mistakenly believe they have a “gluten insensitivity” when, in reality, they are experiencing the toxic effects of glyphosate in wheat products.
By Ishtar Babilu Dingir
A German minister has declared that glyphosate should be banned in the EU. However, it won’t be that easy. He will have to battle it out with an unelected and unaccountable federal agency which is in denial, to put it mildly, about the World Health Organisation’s conclusion that glyphosate possibly causes cancer.
Consumer Affairs minister Christian Meyer called for an EU-wide ban on the use of glyphosate, because of the WHO’s conclusions about its dangers to public health. His party colleague in the German parliament, Harald Ebner, referred to the re-evaluation of glyphosate by the WHO as ‘alarming’ and demanded ‘immediate consequences’.Continue Reading
by Henry Rowlands
This German based new study concludes that glyphosate residue could reach humans and animals through feed and excreted in urine. Presence of glyphosate in urine and its accumulation in animal tissues is alarming even at low concentrations.