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First Study Confirms Roundup Residues in Food Cause Fatty Liver Disease

A new peer-reviewed study published by a Nature journal shows the weedkiller Roundup causes non-alcoholic fatty liver disease at very low doses permitted by regulators worldwide. The study is the first ever to show a causative link between consumption of Roundup at a real-world environmentally relevant dose and a serious disease.

We have all heard the argument that low level exposure is not harmful to humans but the reality is low level exposure has the ability to bioaccumulate in the body and cause major illness and disease. Research outcomes will keep demonstrating this public health concern. I just don’t know what it will take to shut this chemical down. We need to ban ALL glyphosphate based herbicides!

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Jan 11, 2017


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