Glyphosate found to accumulate in animals and humans, leading to chronic illness

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Yet another scientific study has debunked the myth that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) pose no threat whatsoever to animals or humans. A team of researchers from both Germany and Egypt, publishing their findings in the Journal of Environmental & Analytical Toxicology, discovered that animals fed GM feed had much higher levels of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, in their urine and organs than animals fed non-GM or organic feed.

This translated into higher levels of the toxic chemical in humans as well, according to the study, proving once again the inherent abnormalities of GMOs and their assimilation in mammals. Contrary to claims made by Monsanto that glyphosate is “safe” for humans, this new study shows that it most definitely accumulates in humans and animals, and is likely causing long-term health effects.

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