RATs & MICE Will Avoid Eating GMO – Children?

I was stunned when I watched this video. I hope you are not as dumb about GMO’s dangers as I was.

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Squirrels Refuse GM Genetically Modified Corn Tortilla.avi – YouTube

The Squirrel smelled it and seemed to get “scared” by something.

New Research from University of California San Diego School of Medicine found that human exposure to glyphosate has increased approximately 500% since 1994, when Monsanto introduced its GMO Roundup Ready (glyphosate-tolerant) crops in the United States. The study longitudinally tracked repeated urine excretion levels of glyphosate in 100 individuals living in Southern California between 1993 and 2016. Actual levels in ug/ml increased by around 1200% over the 23-year period. Commenting on the findings, Dr Michael Antoniou of King’s College London said, “This is the first study to longitudinally track urine levels of glyphosate over a period before and after the introduction of GM glyphosate-tolerant crops. It is yet another example illustrating that the vast majority of present-day Americans have readily detectable levels of glyphosate in their urine, ranging from 0.3 parts per billion, as in this study, to ten times higher – 3 or more parts per billion – detected by others. These results are worrying because there is increasing evidence to show that exposure to glyphosate-based herbicides below regulatory safety limits can be harmful.”

READ: https://www.ecowatch.com/glyphosate-exposure-humans-2501317778.html

READ: http://www.gmwatch.org/en/news/latest-news/17932-exposure-prevalence-to-glyphosate-has-increased-500-since-introduction-of-gm-crops


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