EPA’s Decision: A Corporate Takeover

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released in a statement Thursday that they have finished their regulatory review and found that glyphosate is not a carcinogen. In their statement released Thursday, the agency said “EPA has concluded that there is no risk of concern to human health when glyphosate is used according to the label and that it is not a carcinogen.” Given the mounds of evidence that says otherwise, we consider the EPA’s decision: a corporate takeover by Monsanto/Bayer. We cannot trust this agency to protect us from these toxins! It’s up to us!

Today we spoke with Zen Honeycutt the Founding Director of Moms Across America and she explained to us what this really means. She summarized 8 of the points in their 36 page document and interprets it in a way that is understandable for us. This is such important information and it is imperative that we all listen, learn and share with others what this really means.

After you listen to the show, please go to Moms Across America for solutions for some alternatives to using Roundup!

Click on the link below to hear the interview:

About Carol Grieve'

Carol Grieve' is the Founder, CEO and host of Food Integrity Now. She is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist using the functional medicine process, life coach, parenting coach, food educator, speaker, writer, visionary and artist. To find out more about Carol's wellness coaching and public speaking, contact her at carol@foodintegritynow.org or emailing her at carolgrieve333@gmail.com Phone, Zoom and Skype sessions are available for coaching!

Comments

  1. Thomas Block says

    Joaquin Magazine has been publishing anti-Monsanto articles for the last 4 years. They still will publish more articles!

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