Dr. Stephanie Seneff: It’s the Glyphosate

Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT. She has been studying glyphosate for 13 years and is one of the leading experts studying this herbicide. Glyphosate is the active ingredient in RoundUp and is the most widely used herbicide in the world. There are currently over 42,000 lawsuits against its maker, Bayer/Monsanto. Today we spoke with Dr. Seneff about some of the latest findings. She spoke about how glyphosate can affect our organs, the microbiome and our overall body chemistry. We know many diseases like autism, diabetes, cancers, and neurological diseases are on the rise. Dr. Stephanie Seneff is convinced, it’s the glyphosate.

She explains the mechanisms of how glyphosate reacts in our body and how it can wreak havoc with many different organs, including the liver, kidneys and how it disrupts many of the functions in our body. She also speaks about how glyphosate makes cells more susceptible to breast cancer.

Dr. Seneff also offered some solutions for assisting you in getting glyphosate out of your body!

Click here or on the link below to listen to this important interview. If you are not eating organic, this may convince you to do so.

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  1. Loryn Ankeny says

    Great. People need to know this. I have listened to Dr. seneff before and this is advanced on those earlier talks.

  2. love to You and dr Seneff

  3. Suzanne Ricketts says

    The more we know…the wiser we choices we can make. Thank you for sharing.

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