The CANCER CHEMICAL in the produce aisle
The long-overdue reckoning for one of the BIGGEST threats to your health is finally here.
There’s a chemical out there… right now… that’s totally dangerous and shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near your body.
Yet it’s inside you right now.
It’s there because it’s in your FOOD and WATER.
And despite persistent links to chronic health problems and other risks… despite being listed as a probable carcinogen…
It’s ALLOWED to be there!
This ugly scandal is about to explode in a big way later in 2020.
But today, I’m going to help get you ahead of the curve so you can:
- AVOID this chemical
- LIMIT the damage
- BLOCK disease
And together, these steps won’t just help get you ahead of the news that’s about to break…
They could give you a longer, healthier and better life, too.
The hidden chemical with deadly consequences
The chemical is called glyphosate, but it’s better known as Roundup.
It’s sprayed onto fields of crops such as corn, soy and canola, all genetically modified to withstand the chemical, which kills the weeds without harming the crops.
Every year, 280 million pounds of glyphosate are spread across 298 million acres.
That’s the equivalent of Texas and California… COMBINED!
But this “EVERYWHERE chemical” is hiding a dark secret.
The companies behind it claim it’s safe…
But the World Health Organization’s cancer agency named it as a probable carcinogen, and the company that markets it has lost a series of lawsuits over that very same cancer link.
And right now, they’re trying to quietly settle more than 75,000 cancer claims.
Something tells me it won’t be is quiet as they think… especially when thousands of more claims come in.
Maybe they’ll finally be forced to pull it from the market.
But until then, it’s up to you to act to save yourself.
The sad reality is that no one is 100 percent safe from glyphosate at this point.
It’s in everything… sure, corn and soy—but foods you wouldn’t expect, too, like ice cream and honey.
Here are two ways to severely limit your exposure.
- Eat only non-GMO foods: Since glyphosate is only used on genetically modified crops, non-GMO foods will have little to none. The catch? There are no required labels for GMO/non-GMO… but a number of manufactures now voluntarily mark non-GMO foods to make them easier to find.
- Go organic: Organics by law can’t be grown with chemical such as pesticides and weed killers. And, also by law, they can’t be genetically modified. A double-win!
Don’t be fooled by labels that claim “all natural” as the term is legally meaningless. Similarly, “made with organic ingredients” also means “made without organic ingredients, too.”