Hello Fellow Health Seekers:
Most individuals have heard of Monsanto’s Rond-up and the legal battles going on in California trying to ban it’s use.
Many people that I have met, have never heard of glyphosates, the active ingredient in Round-up which is the deadliest permeable toxin to invade our society today followed by WiFI, though not necessarily in that order.
Glyphosate, a toxic pesticide, (patented as anti-fungal and anti-bacterial) is an active ingredient found in Monsanto’s Roundup.
It is used by farmers across North America and across the world (banned in Europe) and it has been declared a “possible carcinogen” by the World Health Organization (WHO) in January 2016.
Glyphosates supresses the immune system, impairs digestion, compromises digestion, a major cause of fatigue, impairs the absorption of vitamins and minerals and is responsible for many unexplained disorders.
80-90% of your serotonin is produced in your gut lining and low levels are responsible for low energy, depression and anxiety.
Because of decreased mineral absorption, serotonin is not able to produce melatonin.
Lack of melatonin results in lack of sleep, brain-fog and FATIGUE!
Eat organic, especially the foods that are heavily sprayed with glyphosates which include: wheat, barley, rye, oats, grains, alfalfa, beans, legumes, lentils, canola, cotton, flax, sunflower seeds, sugar beets, tomatoes, yams, papaya, potatoes, yellow squash, zucchini
Follow the guidelines as outlined on www.ewg.org site for Healthy Fifteen and the Dirty Dozen.
Processed foods that contain glyphosates include: Cheerios, Cornflakes, Wheaties, Raisin Bran, Special K, Triscuits, Oreos, Doritos, Frito’s and Lay’s brands to name a few.
What to take to eliminate Glyphosates and strengthen your gut? Please join me for a free webinar “Healthy Belly, Healthy Brain” on March 6th at 8 PM. details to follow.
I am co-authoring a book, an Anthology on Visionaries, Thought Leaders and Influencers to be released in March and a documentary to be released in April, more information to follow.
Good health is a choice, so choose wisely!