Glyphosate Induced Obesity?

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Glyphosate Induced Obesity?- Hormones Matter

Keep in mind this post was published originally on Hormones Matter on July 28, 2014.This was a year before the first government research raised the red flag about cancer concerns and years before the first Round-Up court case. This article is full of hyperlinks to the research supporting this article. Everyone reading this has a stake in this matter. Genetic damage may not appear until 3rd or 4th generation users off springs even if the offsprings never was around Round-Up you can read.
This article raises a lot of questions 5 years ago. Where are the answers 5 years later? Cancer may be the least of our long term Round-Up concerns.
 
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So THAT'S why I got fat. I thought it was old age and beer.
 
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You saw 100x more “damage” being in the sun while spraying the stuff. Good try though......
 
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You gotta watch those forks!!!

Tablespoons also!!!
 
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So THAT'S why I got fat. I thought it was old age and beer.

Now you know you can grab another beer since it was not what caused you to get fat. :)

It is the by-products (waste) of our microbiome living inside and on our bodies that give us good health or bad it seems we know today. Their balance either helps or hurt our health and longevity. IF Round-Up has a negative impact on our gut microbiota that is one thing but if it changes the DNA that we past on to the 3rd and 4th generation that is another matter if one has concern for those generations. We need to be thinking about the health of the trillions of microbes living in our gut trying to keep us healthy longer because if we die they die as well.
 
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You saw 100x more 電amage being in the sun while spraying the stuff. Good try though......

It's got nothing to do with applying the product...exactly what data are you basing such an expert opinion on?
 
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It's got nothing to do with applying the product...exactly what data are you basing such an expert opinion on?

Maybe respond with the data you are relying on?

Lot of confusion about this topic. Add to the confusion or clarify.
 
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Maybe respond with the data you are relying on?

Lot of confusion about this topic. Add to the confusion or clarify.

The only ones that are confused are the ones that can't or don't bother reading the supplied facts...

Even though the OP summed it up very well in the text of the first post..

Those that are confused should have someone read the following to them nice and slow...:

...Nutritional Perils of the Western Diet

The Western diet has become a synonymous with highly processed foods that barely resemble actual food in nutrient and DNA composition. Indeed, in our efforts to produce the largest and prettiest produce, we致e cultivated out 95% of the genetic variation from food crops; reducing to almost nothing the ~200,000 plant metabolites that provide nutrition. To make matters worse, we have substituted nutritionally rich and diverse crops with ones that originate from plant seeds engineered with bacterial RNA and DNA and are laced with glyphosate, adjuvants and other chemicals. In addition, all commercial meat production relies heavily on genetically modified, glyphosate-doused feed to grow the cattle, combined with prophylactic antibiotics, growth hormones and a cocktail of other chemicals that compensate for the deplorable conditions under which Western foods are produced. The genetically modified, chemically laden food stuffs are then sold to the consumer as fruits, vegetables, meats and dairy or processed even further into other food-like products. From beginning to end of the food chain are exposures to chemicals and foreign bacterial DNA that our bodies cannot accommodate and that provide only limited nutrients.
 
 
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