New testing of food products from Iowa groceries finds "alarming" levels of glyphosate
Thank you Peter - I recall writing about Stephanie's first work on glyphosate several years ago. The chemical industry /Monsanto lost its mind, they were so angry.
An Autonomous Weed Laser could be an answer to this problem: https://pau1.substack.com/p/4-futuristic-hightech-products#:~:text=Autonomous
Natural Grocers undertakes its own glyphosate surveillance testing, even though most of the bulk food it sells is already certified organic and nonGOM Project certified. When a spike occurs we go back to the source to identify the problem. The problem of pesticide drift and soil contamination is pervasive, as these numbers show.
In his latest book- Sickening: How Big Pharma Broke American Health Care and How We Can Repair It, Dr John Abramson discusses the fact that the US spends by far the highest percentage of GDP on healthcare (17%) yet the nation ranks 68th in overall health. The US also has some of the highest pesticide contamination in foods. At last count, nearly 50% of the population had comorbidities up from 6% in early 1980. Coincidence? No wonder that people were so easily frightened into taking the experimental jabs!
Thank you for all the great work Carey
This article starts out measuring glyphosate in ppm - as the EPA raIsed the limit from 5 ppm to 30 ppm. But the study is measuring in ppb. So if we look at the the highest glysophate
level as reported in the test , 1150 ppb , wouldn't this only be about 1 ppm? And wouldn't that be under the limit? I am not in favor of pesticides at any level but the dual measuring standard is confusing and misleading.
Carey, another amazing story. Thanks for all your great work at bringing this complex issue into better focus.