Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, predicts that by the year 2025 that half the children born will be diagnosed with Autism. Today, Food Integrity Now, talked with Dr. Seneff about the reasons why she believes that aluminum accumulation in the brain, synergistically promoted by Glyphosate (RoundUp), is the principal cause of Autism in the U.S.
Dr. Seneff shared her research as to the biological effects of Glyphosate in combination with aluminum and mercury and how these combinations affect the body and more importantly the brain. Aluminum is an adjuvant in vaccines that makes the vaccine more powerful. Mercury is used in about 50% of the flu vaccines. When combined with Glyphosate in the body, the results are staggeringly toxic. Glyphosate, the active ingredient in RoundUP, is not only used heavily on GMO crops but also on many conventional crops like wheat, barley and sorghum, to name a few. Her scientific findings as to how Glyphosate, the most widely used herbicide in the world, works in conjunctions with these heavy metals is conclusive. These findings point to causation of many of the neurological diseases that are increasing in this country like Alzheimer’s, ALS, Parkinson, Autism, Schizophrenia, and others.
She shared how Glyphosate works in our gut and how this mineral chelator binds some of our most important minerals that are needed for healthy gut bacteria. Dr. Seneff spoke about how vitamin D is depleted by Glyphosate and how this also correlates as to causation in Autism. She has written many peer-reviewed papers that are available here for your review.
Dr. Seneff has devoted many years to studying Autism and the environmental causes and has found that Glyphosate, which has been used since 1975, but is now more widely used, is a key factor in the rise of Autism in this country.
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