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Your Food is More Poisonous Today than Last Spring

food poisonous today

This article was recently pointed out to me. It highlights the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) increase in the acceptable allowance of glyphosate (RoundUp) residues on various crops, which went into effect on May 1, 2013.

Food Poisonous Today

This new EPA regulation doubles the acceptable glyphosate contamination levels in soybeans and raises acceptable levels 15 fold in sweet potatoes, and 25 times in carrots.

Glyphosate is a common herbicide used in both commercial agricultural purposes and residential purposes. Research by Stephanie Seneff at MIT links glyphosate’s suppression of proper gut bacteria functioning to all modern diseases including gut disorders (e.g. irritable bowel), autoimmune diseases, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, depression, autism, infertility, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. Glyphosate also degrades the gut wall, and causes intestinal permeability (AKA leaky gut).

In fact, research by Restore4Life shows that glyphosate is 10 times more potent than gluten in its ability to degrade the tight junctions in the bowel wall and cause leak gut.

Thankfully, this bad news comes at a time where consumers have an option to help them recover and maintain their gut health. New Earth Dynamics has recently proven that the supplement RESTORE can repair the gut damage caused by glyphosate, and can block additional damage.

So with an increase in poison in your food, and an increase in crops that are becoming genetically modified, this turns out to be exceptionally good news.

About the Author

About the Author: David Roberts holds a Masters in public health from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health with more than 20 years of experience working in quantitative research and has done public health work on three continents. He sees poor gut health as a leading public health crisis of our day and proper nutrition as the solution. He currently serves as Chief Public Health Officer for Biomic Sciences. .


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