By Robert Sproul
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2015 May 15, 9:59am
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Probably bullshit, they seem to be speaking some kind of crazy gobbledygook.
Apparently 100s of researchers have found Roundup residues in blood, urine, breast milk.
Humans and other animals are part of the food chain, which is borne by complex genetic concerns. If we think we can genetically modify the food chain and spray more chemicals onto plants, we are going to be in for a suprize.
I believe it. They could grow all food organically for probably less money once they converted. There are no chemicals to buy and spray which costs a lot. I buy organic when I buy the "dirty dozen" produce which contains 10s to hundreds times more pesticides as organic. Many produce items don't contain much more than organic items. I believe bananas are one. But apples, potatoes, peppers, corn are in the dirty dozen. Plus when you eat organic it is not GMO. How on earth the people of California voted that they did not want GMO products marked as such, is beyond comprehension. I suppose they bought the millions of $ of adds that claimed (All Bull-crap) food would cost more if they marked it GMO. How much does it cost to stamp a package GMO. Zero in my opinion. There is a certain segment of the population that doesn't want to know how bad the food they eat is for them. Many of them regularly eat fast food, pizza pretzels, chips, soda, sugary pastries and then wonder why they are overweight with diabetes, acid reflux, depression, asthma, atherosclerosis, or some other miserable disease. Then their Dr puts them on two or three prescriptions. It's the American way. Well they all voted for Monsanto. Too bad for their health.
Sadly, according to some of the research, residents of the USA have some of the highest breakdown products of Roundup in our blood.
Does the EU allow Roundup on fruits/vegetables?