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Monsanto’s glyphosate (Roundup) causing an epidemic of autism, Alzheimer’s, and gut diseases.

“The rate at which diseases like autism (along with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and others) are growing would be unheard of just 50 years ago. You can’t simply discount this phenomenon as the result of ‘better screening and diagnosis.’ In the past 5 years alone, autism rates have increased from 1/150 to 1/50. This is an environmental epidemic; it isn’t genetic…

Aluminum and glyphosate specifically interrupt the workings of the pineal gland (melatonin sulfate), leading to high rates of autism…

n fact, industrial claims don’t match the science on RoundUp. It is often used because it is considered one of the ‘safest’ of all herbicides. This claim is touted by Monsanto and other chemical pushers, but it turns out that RoundUp is one of the least safe herbicides on the market.” Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Senior Researh Scientist at MIT

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Glyphosate linked to gut & neurological problems via synergistic effects with aluminum

The Age of Aluminum and its consequences

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In addition to beverage cans, automobiles and other products, aluminium is used to purify water and as an ingredient in antiperspirants and toothpaste. It appears we need to challenge the use of aluminium.

Cancer and Alzheimer’s are found to be implicated by the use of aluminium. Studies have found higher levels of aluminum in the breast tissue of women with breast cancer and that aluminum can alter the normal breast cell into cancer. Consider using a REVERSE OSMOSIS water filter to reduce risk.

“Aluminum is a neural toxin…aluminum is associated with the main pathological features of Alzheimer’s disease. If you live in an area with higher levels of aluminium in the water supply, you will have a higher incidence of Alzheimer’s in those areas. ~ Christopher Exley, Environmental Toxicologist and chair of the Institute for Biological Inorganic Chemistry who has studied aluminium for 30 years