Tag Archives: glyphosate

You Still Think GMO’s are Safe?

Dr. Don Huber is an award-winning, international scientist and professor emeritus of plant pathology at Purdue University.  In this interview he describes how glyphosate (the active ingredient in Round Up herbicide) works, how it is damaging plants systemically and reducing their … Continue reading

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Is the scrutiny of GMO’s too late?

the USDA approved the deregulation of Dow’s herbicide Enlist Duo, a toxic blend of 2,4-D and glyphosate, “for use on corn and soybeans genetically engineered to tolerate both 2,4-D and glyphosate—even though the pesticide has been linked to immune system cancers, Parkinson’s disease, endocrine disruption, and reproductive problems.” Continue reading

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My Latest Interview about GMO’s

Thank you to Myles McNamara and Diane Blair from Comfort Keepers for a great discussion with Jennifer MacDowell and me at KHTS, the local radio station in Santa Clarita on their show, Aging With Power. Here is the link if … Continue reading

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Help Say “No” to Monsanto

For your health and for all of us: 1. Buy only non-GMO foods. 2. Buy only organic or sustainable produce. Continue reading

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Autism: The Alarming Increase

The explosion of the number of cases of autism is still a mystery.  We are recognizing that people on the spectrum seem to be unable to detoxify toxins as efficiently as those people who are “neurotypical” i.e. without autism or … Continue reading

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Another Case for the Precautionary Principle

What is the Precautionary Principle?  This states that we should be cautious about using new chemicals (or other technological advances) until we have proven they are safe.  Let’s put this into perspective.  It is estimated that since World War II, … Continue reading

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