Nitrosamines are chemical compounds, most of which are carcinogenic.
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Read what was uncovered in these documents so far…
The public interest group U.S. Right To Know is publishing these documents in their entirety on their website here. This is just the beginning and more are coming out.
Secret Documents Show Monsanto Knew About Glyphosate Cancer Link Over 35 Years Ago!
Journalist Tony Mitra interviews Samsel in the video below about what he found. He talks of shocking evidence that showed “significant incidences of cell tumors of the tests and tumor growth in multiple organs and tissues” in lab animals.
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When Business Insider magazine says Whole Foods should be terrified of Aldi, it is time to pay attention. An announcement by the German supermarket chain was made on January 1st. Beginning ASAP and affecting all their US stores, the following pesticides will no longer be allowed on fruits or vegetables:
What a way to start the new year!
evidence is now pointing to the fact that agricultural pesticides (among various other environmental toxins) might play a large role in the rapid increase in autism rates over the past few decades. A senior researcher from The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Dr. Stephanie Seneff is doing her part to create more awareness of these facts that have yet to make big news in the world of mainstream medicine.
Why Should We be Concerned about Glyphosate?
Glyphosate is in 80% of our food supply in the U.S., and some scientists believe it may well be the most toxic chemical ever approved for commercial use. Glyphosate is now linked to kidney disease, antibiotic resistant bacteria, inflammatory bowel disease, obesity, depression, ADHD, autism, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, ALS, multiple sclerosis, cancer, cachexia, infertility, and developmental malformations. It destroys the microbiome of humans and plants, which is the root cause of many modern diseases.
The case is Cargill Inc. v. Syngenta Seeds Inc., 67061, 40th Judicial District Court for Parish of St. John the Baptist, Louisiana.