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Fresh update on "glyphosate" discussed on Rewilding Earth
"Of the Predator populations, and so forth. We have things in other words to learn from the Indians and how they manage their land. The Indians also are able and important partners. Of the Treaty Rights, they've obtained under Federal Court decisions in the eighties and nineties these treaties date back to the eighteen thirties and forties. They include as Bob mentioned the Yousef rectory rights to gather materials Of course of rule that they don't have to remember right Samis lands. Nevertheless they have legal rights that have yet to be fully understood or applied but this is an effort this just getting off the ground although there have been You know there was rare to the rootless area reviews that happened in the eighties and nineties this year called and Audubon of all been involved with these public land debates as well. We we have yet We're just putting the maps together. Now collecting maps gave a giant file full of maps for happy share those with you and what we want to do now is start overlaying these and talk about particular. And that's that's your catching this in other words on the ground floor just as we're really going to go. So, as we put these maps together, you've got this these tribal lands which have these what they refer to as the ceded territory and one of our key partners with this as far as players in a is an organization called Glyphosate, which is the Great Lakes Indian. Fish and Wildlife Commission. So the eleven bands across this region they actually have their own of Department of Natural Resources, which has a staff of about eighty people. So there's administrators as well as biologist, and in theory they're supposed to be at the table of some of these major decisions with fish and wildlife services or the state wildlife agencies. And also with the forest that are managed by the county or the feds we had a meeting back in February with the chairman of one of those and other influential tribal people with in an also. A variety of different organizations like Sierra, club to try to develop relate coalition of this and look at it at a division how we would work of effectively together. So we will have a website that will be developed will be up by the end of the month and a let's say the first of August which has. A number of these maps in it and shows the overlay and show basically. So we've got mapped off all the National Public Lands, and then we also in that, we can share wolf ranges is how the wolves have come back they have a really great regulatory role across this landscape and that health of the land in terms of its carbon One of the cases give me when the cases for wolves is that they are somewhat the antibody or the antidote for healthy forest, and if we want to have robust in terms of not only say potential tipper production. But if we look at this thirty, three, thousand square miles of public. It represents thirty eight percent of that entire forest..
"glyphosate" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Where you'll be also done a lot of our testing that was sort of the report that preceded our Hamas work. So are known to have glyphosate use this pre harvest desiccation, and we tested a lot of oat products whether it was oatmeal Oh based cereals obey snack products and found that there were detectable levels of to say in most of those products and again somewhere at really high levels, we also have a state of Patriot pre harvest. We tested some pasta samples in general the concentrations were a bit lower and then rice you won't have glyphosate used on it, but you can have some other pesticides. I'm remembering a story from the New York Times from several years ago about an undercover investigation about a Chinese family that basically had lost two of their children they knew that their rice was poisonous. And they were forced to continue to grow it and sell it I. Just thought of it just now but you hear stories like that and you wonder Oh my Gosh, you know we have to be so careful about what we consume where it comes from, and that's why you know organizations like the environmental working group is so important the work that you do and I can't thank you enough. We're going to go to break more coming up continuing on with Dr Alexis Thompkin. She is a PhD and she works with the environmental working. Group we're GONNA continue talking about the dangers of glyphosate stay tuned everyone you're listening to one live radio..
"glyphosate" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
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"glyphosate" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"A couple of weeks ago. I is that The Wall Street. Analysts were evaluating a total out you as a company at sixty, three billion. which is the price paid for on Saint Crazy, and they just fired this young. Bear. The chair. But but bears valued today. Is the same price that they pay for? The entire value of Monsanto is completely erased. Which is To me in justice yeah. Company was a bad I've eight brought. US. Agent Orange DD PCB's dioxin and life is faith also. Searle. And The pharmaceutical company by it on a sugar substitute nutrasweet. Now, the other aspartame. No aspertain. Yeah. They had a need and I'm fighting all the bad chemicals selling them really well, also wanted to touch. On and they had they had a corporate culture that was like a cowboy have been in a black. Their motto is essentially, we need this type of agriculture to feed the world I. Know People have been in. Monsanto, and their mantra is we need to feel the world we need. You must see we need these herbs sizing chemicals in order to feed the world, and that's just isn't true when you look at the data is really. Really clear that you can grow as much food or more food better food without all those chemicals without those seas and demonstrated all over the world and like in Europe, there's been incredible studies, but they don't allow GMO foods there, and you can look at the amount of pesticides and herbicides as as far less and the yields are no worse. In fact, maybe better else artist are better and they're more absorbing carbon and you know. The biggest carbon sink. And if this. Using life. And then of course, you look at Look at sex and what's happened about diversity in the amphibians. which decides particularly, but glare legal aid is eliminating. There's thirteen that we know. Are. Being exterminated, extirpated from the planet. So glides they'd also kills the insects. Either kills them directly or it interferes with this. Schick may path. Or what is that? What is part of the micro by? Is Way that the Mike? Mike on Essentially communicates with its of and you know one of the things. That Monsanto said from the beginning. Is that It safe because it doesn't interfere with any human system or organ. But that was for we understood the importance of the micro by actually largest and probably most important organ. The brain is important. Art is important, but the microbiome on is the largest Oregon and it and without the chicken flat, the way it is simply doesn't function. So so this is only album realizing, yes. They've heard of the cancer glyphosate connection people understand that. Is Toxic to the microbiome. And You know it's. Small amounts can have a big impact a just for example, the impossible Burger is a GMO soy burger has one hundred in time ten times. The amount of life that's needed to destroy your microbiome in animal studies. And we're seeing said increasing CEAC expression for thirty, five percent of people have this ILIAC, G. Not everybody gets at one percent usually get it. But the rate of Celia has gone up four hundred percents. Last fifty years, and the rate of gluten sensitivity has gone dramatically up his cousin part perhaps because it's stringer microbiome and we get changes in the Gut Flora, which the leaky gut, and then the gluten starts to create problems. So. How how how does the glyphosate interact with in the soil because you just mentioned soil and being a carbon sink and and and and we've talked a lot about this and podcast the importance of soiled for helping sequester, carbon, and reverse climate change affect the so microbiome. And because of that, it makes so kind of impervious oil is no longer. It cuts off the relationship between this oil and the atmosphere and and see the soil. Along Accident Carbons Inc, you've got you've got the microbiome in your gut, but you've also cut the microbiome in the soil and that is what makes soil. Work. What allows the plans to extract the nutrients. It allows it to hold carbon that actually sucks the harmony. Turns into dirt. Hit. So lifeless. So what what's next in this whole? Story. Because you're in the center of it, you've tried these cases. There's more cases coming, and you know you're recently the EPA announced that glyphosate was safe, which seems preposterous. Given all this science. What's going to happen next? During a trial. we got. Hold. Of Communications from the White House that show that president trump had said during the trial. Message to A leadership of on Santos and we got your back. And that as quickly as the way that EPA has been behaving, you know the thing is that EPA before trump was utterly captured utterly up the pesticide division. was working hand and with on Santa for many years, there's. I ran a revolving door or revolving door, but. They had a guy in there called jazz role in running the. Version. who was communicating inside information to on Santo and in fact, one eight. Another. Federal. Agency. The agent. For. Health, get reeves urge. On it was the eight hundred. On. The. Agency, for. Toxic Substance Review. Add. decided to do its own. Task. National Toxicity Program. It's test of the taxes of Monsanto of. Life and roundup round, actually much more toxic than life is eight. Round Up. Is that formulated? which has? Senate. which makes life is able to amplify the tiny goodbye out for your lawn. Right? And they. They had a guy called Jessie, who is at the. Division. whose an a note to on Santo. Saying I'M GONNA kill this study. The eighty s are gonNA present them to kill the study and I do that. You guys need to give me a metal. A. We that email. And the judge wouldn't let us your email of the jury y. you know the judges are funny. You know we thought it was relevant judge. A Bridge. Or? Incriminating. Anyway they still. Dollars because of all the other stuff. Two billion dollars is because we had reams of content to hear all these secret communications. Monsanto was running EPA. And they were telling. The, all new that that round causing cancer and working together to hide from the public to derailed task to discredit as. Take, the mice out of tasks that we're getting. We're getting kidney tumors and you know and do all of these really deceptive. All's science fraudulent science, these big big food and comes terrified of lawsuits and because of discovery where you can get all this information right from emails and communications and You know there was a bill introduced in Congress and called the cheeseburger bill euphemistically, which prohibited lawsuits against food companies for obesity, and it was passed in the Congress. It was defeated in the Senate..
"glyphosate" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Bit of a Germaphobe, for whatever reasons. Probably my mother was a nurse and we were you know. Our House was always very clean of sanitized but you know I respectfully. Wear a mask when I'm out in public because I don't want to be. Be that person that makes somebody else has have anxiety. That maybe doesn't understand all of the science or maybe doesn't have all the facts or maybe believe differently from me. You know and so yeah I WANNA be cool about it I. WanNa be understanding about it and I. think that that's that's really what we all need to do is quit judging. Quick finger-pointing, you know. Completely agree with that. I just wanted to say you know my daughter. was going to ask for a period and I, my specialise complex care child, which we know is higher risk. We know this and a couple of weeks ago in the middle of a store, she had a complete in ninety and panic pass. She's her math. She announced to the store that everyone was dying of Kobe. and. It was horrible. It was terrifying, but it broke my heart, because the Zaidi in the stress of her licey turned upside down is probably far greater risk, then actually contracting cove it. we. You know we have to weigh that. Absolutely you think you know everybody. First of all should probably either turn off the television or spend a lot less time on it and stay off the major news channels which are just trying to pit one against the other. It's like this huge argument. We won't know until history reveals itself. What's really going on here? And what's happening? The best thing you can do to relieve? Your anxiety is to take control of your own health that includes you know. Know take you out of supplements that we now fights covid nineteen like like zinc and vitamin, C. and good sleep and good food and magnesium, and all these things that build our immune systems to help fight off any buyers, not just covid nineteen. These are things that we've known for Years Vitamin D. Get out into the sun exercise. Take control of your life and your health and build your immune system. Don't rely on the government to do it for you and they just they do. It might not even work and and I questioned every vaccine out there I personally from everything that I've read. I question. single one of them, and how valid they are, because a Lotta people make millions of dollars off of vaccines, and that's just a fact. It's a fact and the. Standard Auto of the section everything. Everything anything that there's prophet being made on needs to be questioned. It needs to be scrutinized. We need to question. and I guess that's a good place to end this. Because then honey is coming up next and she just an incredible leader, just like you Jackie and I appreciate all the things that you said about one life radio and. I guess the final message that I have is just open your mind. Open your mind absolutely. and. In your mind, a great spokesperson and giving uh his ability to have these conversations, because most people don't want to do it, and you are brave for continually doing it on a regular basis without fear of consequence, so thank you for that right. And you go, have your your grass fed. steak and I'll have. To. Sit at the table and I love it I. Love It on another all right. Love your sister. Jackie flag on. You can read Texans. Thank you. That means a lot. It really does you know. Texans for vaccine choice, dot, com, check.
"glyphosate" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Welcome back to life radio. Everyone is on a dad with Ronaldo Davis and I have Jackie Schlegel on the line with us. She is the executive director for Texans for a vaccine choice. Today we're talking about an action alert that we want everyone to know about so how Texans for vaccine toys working to keep schools from getting around the true intent of the Law Jackie. WELL OKAY SO I. Let me, just stay that the most important thing we are pushing out to our members who are families to those who? Are Fed up. Were just were, so you know fed up with the overreach of the government into our homes? We are encouraging our members to really pause and stop and think and think about your neighbors and think about those around you. This isn't just the vaccines. A shoe choice issue. This is you know the math to wear a mask to not wear a mask you know. How do you choose to keep yourself healthy I? Love being on this broadcast in particular because you're bringing that education to the community and empowering them to make decisions in their own health, and that is incredibly important. We have to be empowered with the right information to. To make the right move for our home, but in that we cannot lose compassion for each other. We can not send our kids to school in the fall with the hostility that we are creating with this environment that says your neighbors. Medical decisions are wrong in anything else means you hate society, and you wish everyone that is the narrative that is being fed, and we all have to slow down stop and think about whether we want to go down that very dangerous path in our own personal life. I do not so keep that in mind. It's gotten out of control, but the the the hatred and the judgment has gotten out of control. I mean it's so disgusting to watch and I I think it's almost comical at this point that when you see somebody, you judge them by whether or not they do or not. Do not have a mascot as to what their political views are, which is ludicrous, yes, way. Is Ludicrous Eighty. It's not only crazy, but it's also affecting the special needs community. I have a friend who has a child who is desk who accesses the community with an attending who read list, and they have been the victim of harassment because people believe that they are just out there posing themselves making a political statement without a mask that could not be further truth. I could go and story after story about how. How the special needs community is being affected by these ridiculous policies and the hatred that is is being poured out, but I WANNA encourage everybody to go to Texans for vaccine choice dot com read our action alert to the attorney. General of TEX is asking for clarification and his input on this small, but most importantly getting involved Texas for vaccine choice. You might really vaccinate. YOU MIGHT BE T. T math you might be. T know that you could be somewhere along the line, but let's just say you vaccinate, but you opt out of the flu vaccine and you want to maintain right in the future. You are afraid of Texas for vaccine choice and I think that's what people need to realize. While we are vaccine choice organizations, we are really on the front lines protecting your right to informed consent. Consent Medical Privacy and Vaccines Choice. We are here to support you. We are here to empower you and we're here to do this I'm row up today. I'm very passionate about this I'm my heart's breaking. Especially families to who are being affected by this I worried about our kids going back to school in the fall, and being bullied and harassed and excluded from public school. I'm worried about our families. Have jobs tomorrow or is the stage and decide that their madison decisions. Should prohibit them from accessing their place of employment. All of these things are things that I worried about in my family's concerned about so I'm a little. Today, but let's take. Let's join together? Let's you know really. The people need to fight back against. What they are doing, in say were GONNA stand together so if you get behind that your Texas for vaccine choice and you need to go to our website and get signed up to receive our action alerts. And a very complex subject on many levels. I heard it several Texas. Mayors and government excuse me Governor Abbott a letter, asking the power to mandate NASA and their city. You've been really outspoken about your stance on not nasty, and can you tell me how this relates to vaccine choice? Right I you know I have been outspoken for some of the reasons that we talked about but I. Think could cutting back to the political power grab that is taking place right now. I'm not even sure if you ask me what the policy was today in this exact moment. I have to go search it on the Internet because I don't even know what it. It is because it's what's lot so many times, but what I do with full certainty is we know how to protect ourselves? We know how to makes hell choices. I was talking to a friend yesterday. In one of the things I love about being. You know one life radio is you know Bernadette? She's. She's a Vegan. She eats very healthy plant based and. I think it's fantastic, but I pretty hardcore, Tito and I eat a good bit of me, and I eat a good bit of you know the animal proteins I do it in an ethical manner to the best viability, but we don't respect that while we are trying to care for our own bodies in might look differently for each individual. There is no one-size-fits-all. It's not for Diet. Is knocker health? It's not for vaccines and I looked there to say it's not for mask. Either the truth is the government has flip flopped on the effectiveness of. Of them, they have flip flopped on. Just about every stance. They have taken start to finish way. Kobe and the data is just i. feel like this is something like every other medical decision in health choice. We made you read the signs you talk to your doctor about it. You talk to your Titian about it and you ultimately make the choice that works for you and your family, and so I and out poking for a mass mandate, and I'm just witnessed too many just really bizarre you know twist and turns. People using their gloves in the middle of whole foods to lift up their acting, eat a granola bar I mean I'm just me some really really bizarre things that I just think we're going about this the ground way. Well and I. Don't even have my television on and I'm and I can get freaked out of course I've always been a little.
Possible Symptoms of Autoimmune Disease
"Today show is called possible symptoms of autoimmune disease based on the rest of our show from last week about thyroid problem. So we're going speak a little bit about thyroid. Problems turning into autoimmune things. We're also going to talk about some other auto immune issues and the possible signs and symptoms that you're headed towards auto immune disease so with that getting started. We've got a ton of questions at the end again. Thank you so much for writing in to us in giving this those world. Try our best. Well Dr Elissalde tries best to answer them and We'll see if we can inform you and get you a little more educated because you guys out there learning so much coming back in quoting as things we've taught you and we're just so proud of our students here so Dr Lewis. Can you tell us a little bit about auto immune issues and why? They are so prevalent in this day and time it seems everyone has won a Can ramble on that for quite a while. You know one of the things. I'd like to say though. Yes you've learned a lot but it's not what you know it's what you do. What you do is by far more important. I'd rather have a not very well educated patient that just follows instructions because they always get better results Speaking of that and I'll let you get back to that. You're talking about a patient patients. They get good results. Do and what you do. We had a lady that came in for You know we run low cost lab work here for those people that don't know what we do and then in in about three months we run it again just to see how things are coming along and what. We change with the products Our last patient of the evening walked in our store last night and I said your lab results just came back and I just need to compare them again she. She had run her lab. I think it was about four months ago. I lab looked pretty high risk of heart attack and a whole bunch of other flags on the lab and really scared her pretty pretty bad and she was so diligent in keeping up with the program we gave her. I mean you saw like clockwork. She never ran out of any of the products she never said. Hey how about I take one of these off and just get these few. She did everything we told her to do and When I showed her lab last night just briefly I said Oh by the way your chance of heart attack and stroke. That was currently high is now in the in the low range non-existent All your digestive issues are are are corrected. All the flags that were on. There were totally God. Immune system was way better and she started crying and I said I did. I do something wrong. And she said no she said I needed to hear this so bad she said I cannot believe that in a few short months that you have totally reversed all of this. She said I had another functional medicine. Doctor that I was with for over a year and he tried and tried to get my heart risk down and he could never do it and I said well you know it wasn't us that was doing it. Yes it was our knowledge but it was her participation at it like Dr Lewis said. She totally trusted what we told her to do. And she did the work and That it made me cry. We were all up there all crime for different reasons so I just wanted to pass that along. You're absolutely right. Yeah and and you know the other functional medicine doctors very good very competent but You know they're also playing with hormone replacement therapy and I'll tell people wanna see you know. Go to your MD or do for that if you want that. And there's a caveat for everything There's there's certain risk no matter what you do so you know. I I tell people all the time. This is not Alternative to good medical care but it's certainly very very complimentary so out on the end diseases you know. Some people just bigger. Oh well if I just removed this. Everything goes away your part of the plan. Some some people's College for four hours and you got to remove the toxins that organisms or the harmful foods There's essential oils. That can actually help with that. To help. Kill some of the noxious bacteria in the In Gums and down in the GI track. We use some of those Cappella ACID oversee Help fight yeast and most of us have too much of that going on. The reason is is because we have a society that has The farmers have been compensated for growing corn and soybean and then they're genetically modified. That's not necessarily a good thing. Then then we have food. That has Antibiotics in it sometimes growth hormones the antibiotics and our food and just the pesticides can just cause all kinds of problems with the microbiome of the Gut. Which that's Worthy Immune System Resides for the most part so remove the toxins or organisms. Found out. You know what it is. There's it's usually just dairy wheat. Excuse me I keep having this bronco stuff. But it's not nearly as bad as used to be Darrien weights. The top two chocolate comes in usually third-place which bothers me a lot but the dark chocolates. Not Nearly as offensive coffees and Eric can be nut served. Citrus fruits outs and people. So but you doc you talk about going gluten free. Oats don't have gluten in it. Well what if it's grown in the field where they used to grow wheat so gluten can be a big problem and it depends on the condition for you know for example? Migraines it's usually wait seventy eight percent of the time then in oranges and eggs come in second and third but for Coladas or IBS. It's dairy wheat. Chocolate coffee is different things but dairy and I'm not against dairy if it's raw milk and still has a good bacteria in it but going gluten free is is made a big difference for many people. But you know depending on the conditions if you have psoriasis. The first thing I would suspect is a nightshade sensitivity. Pepper cloves nutmeg Sometimes the nuts can't do that sometimes artificial flavorings. There's so many possibilities. That is hard to figure this out so you know that's why I tell people yet. Try the most common ones but more importantly Let's go to reoccupy the guts with the good bacteria. That's very very important. But that's not even going to work unless you replace the digestive enzymes because digestive enzymes have an immune boosting effect. That's actually it maximizes itself. When the blood is alkaline is but that's kind of an over-simplification isn't it? True you know the auto immune things haven't hasn't there been a rise in it that there's a lot of people getting it Has Something to do with losing some of the bacteria in the colon. That should be there. That's not anymore. I think it's worse than it was five or ten years ago. Or maybe God just sends us more people because we're a little bit more intelligent or better educated Than we used to be so yes. I think in common but at least more and more people with autoimmune thanks for coming to us in Macau partner. I'll tell ya I don't trade it unless it's connected to the musculoskeletal system but you know if the cells are going bad you've got metabolic syndrome or diabetes or whatever it it's adversely affecting those sales it's adversely affecting the sales that Come at well the muscles and the skeletal system so it it if you fix when you fix the other. The main thing is use the power in the body to do that and so yeah. I think it's the lack of bacteria and I take several different types of products. I think it's very important and I've said this for years. That people have over sanitized the biggest Ingredient in the hand sanitizer paranoia. I don't do that and there's nothing wrong with good bacteria that come out of the soil. I don't wash the Heck Outta my organic carrots. You know rent some. There's studies kids that have dogs and cats have greatly reduced allergies because their body has been exposed to and and their good bacteria in the soil. Unless the crops or ground on conventionally farmed You know because it has the N. p. k. and has the glyphosate etcetera go to your local organic farmer. I promise you it's worth a little bit of bonus that they charge extra for that sometimes. It doesn't even cost extra but it's really worth it. Well in old days didn't a lot of the people eat. Dr Like you know during the time of hippocrates at all that didn't they actually eat dard I mean I know a and now we have you know bat dirt but If it was organic dark that they tried to get a little bit of Dart on their food just so they'd be healthier.
The Mysterious Kidney Disease Striking Central America
"A mysterious form of kidney disease has killed tens of thousands of people in Central America many of them are relatively young farmworkers in their thirties and forties kidney failure is now the second leading cause of death in Nicaragua and El Salvador the new disease has also turned up in hot humid agricultural communities in India and Sri Lanka some researchers now say it may be linked to global warming and Pierce Jason Beaubien reports in an editorial in the current issue of the New England journal of medicine doctor Cecilia Sorenson calls this new mysterious form of kidney failure the Sentinel disease in the era of climate change probably wouldn't have occurred if it weren't for the extreme global temperatures that we're seeing Sorenson from the university of Colorado has been studying chronic kidney disease of unknown origin also known as C. K. D. U. for the last three years the disease was first flag by doctors and central American the nineteen nineties farm workers from sugar cane plantations in Nicaragua El Salvador and Guatemala we're turning up at clinics with end stage kidney disease yet they didn't have diabetes or hypertension or some other traditional factor that might explain why their kidneys were failing among the early cases almost all work in agriculture but it's also been found among miners fishermen and workers in hot industrial plants then farm workers in Sri Lanka in tropical parts of southern India started coming down with a similar condition it's very difficult to prove direct attribution to say this person is sick because of climate change right if that link the very difficult but we can say is that this disease is occurring in parts of the world that are experiencing unprecedented warming which we can directly attribute to climate change there are many theories about what's causing CKD you most focus on heat stress and dehydration others are looking at heavy metals and chemicals in the drinking water sure Lanka banned the herbicide glyphosate sold under the brand name roundup over concerns that it was causing CKD you early on some health officials blame the epidemic on home brewed alcohol Neil Pierce at the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine is also studying CKD you in Central America and southern Asia he's skeptical of the link to climate change it's very unusual phenomenon you know it's all done with in this general area for forty years and it's and it's very unusual to come across something on this the disease destroys people's kidneys incredibly quickly distract some sugar cane workers to over a two year period lost a third of their kidney function it may well be true that heat street and they're extremely bad working conditions in Central America that ending on the link to climate changes that can you he doesn't think that the relatively small rising global temperatures of the last few decades would cause such a significant epidemic also Pierce has looked for CKD you in other places with similar climatic conditions to central America's Pacific coastal plains and hasn't found it if you go to South India this villages that are very close to each other and some of them were getting CKD you and some of them and not you know and the bicycle the house and then all the hottest have been the yeah there's something very strange going on there that you really interesting scientifically and obviously tragic in terms of the death and illness that is caused Sorenson in her editorial doesn't claim that she has the exact answer to what's causing this strange kidney disease but she just about everyone else study it agrees that the disease is heat related and as global temperatures rise she warns that health professionals should think about how climate change may be driving what
"glyphosate" Discussed on Science Friday
"Use on farms even more from nineteen Ninety-two to twenty sixteen use of glyphosate increased by some forty times, but now we have learned to resist roundup to an international health officials are also questioning it safety. Joining me now to talk about what all this means is Chris, while Jasper investigative reporter with the midwest center for investigative reporting. A nonprofit journalism group based in Champaign Illinois, welcome to science Friday. Yeah. Thanks for having me. Your welcome gives us an idea of just how widespread this herbicide is. Yeah. Well, it is it is really the most used chemical urbicide I in agriculture more than three times as much as the next chemical. And, and really the reason why is because it's so easy to use before roundup. Farmers would have to use certain chemicals to, to, to treat different weeds. So they'd be mixing these chemicals. And they were they could be dangerous to touch, or handle. So round was really a game changer because it was so easy and so effective and, and it just it allowed for a lot of, you know, a lot of innovations in farming. And I understand that you grew up on a family farm, how did the introduction of glyphosate changed things on your farm. Yeah. Well, you know. Yeah, I grew up in southeast Iowa. And, and I can remember. A I was helping out with farming in the nineties, and I'm a little younger, but I can remember going out with a machete and hacking at a weeds in the early nineties, and, but you didn't have to do that anymore with the advent of, of roundup ready crops. They could spray roundup right over the top of the of the growing crop. See didn't have to go out with a field cultivator you know, dig up, the, the weeds between the rows of crops, and so with that farmers went from, from spraying, you know, once or twice a year, maybe before the crop went in and after it came out to spring, three four or more times throughout the season to, to catch weeds that they might missed and as they did that the, the weeds started developing resistance, they, you know, they found a way to survive this, this urbicide, and that's where we got into some trouble in the in the two thousands. That's what they'll do. We have enough of them. They will find they'll be mutations. And they'll. The way around it. Exactly. It is. It is restricted though use its use as restricted in the European Union. Right. But not, but not here. Yeah, yeah. Vietnam, banned the use of it ZOA around the world. There has been some pushback, and some farming advocate organizations are, are worried about that. Because, you know, in places I in developing countries, they see use of things like life is, as a real, a quality of life changer in, if you're if you know, a farmer in Africa, you're able to go from, you know, a lot of manual labor to, to prepare your crops and keep your crops, you know, free of weeds, if you can start using glyphosate, you, can you gives you.
"glyphosate" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast
"They increase insulin. Assistance, they increase obesity, diabetes. And so that's just one example of I would say a category of toxins. We don't think of antibiotics in that particular category. But I, I would say your food can be toxic. One of the things I did is I was trying to heal from this experience. With antibiotics was to measure my life Assayed levels, so glyphosate semaine ingredient in round up the weed killer, nerve aside, and we know that glyphosate disrupts the integrity of the gut lining. So I found that my life is eight levels, even though I mostly eat organic were super high. So the levels that I had in my urine were in the ninety eight th percentile. So that's another example of toxin that we get exposed to presumably, you get exposed to it by eating foods that are genetically modified, but I think increasingly we're getting exposed in other ways, too. So that's one category is toxins. We could exposed to through our food. Another is. Medications, and there's also heavy metals third. These dimensions and OBI suggests that we talked about earlier things that disrupt insulin and other brain pathways. So those are some of the categories that we're trying to get rid of, and what would you say to somebody who wants to assess in this area and see where they're standing? I know there's a lot of different things that fall under the category of toxins. But how do we go boat assessing our current situation? Well, you could certainly use the questionnaire that I have at the beginning of the chapter on toxins. I tried to have it represent some of the best validated scales that we have when it comes to measuring your toxic burden. There's also more objective ways of measuring you can measure your body burden. You can look at how many validates, you're excreting you can look at bis phenol a there's a lot of different ways of measuring one way that I tend to use that often has ordered as part of a regular. Clinician exam is to look at your liver function. So there's an enzyme called ale t- that can tell you about toxic exposure in what we want with the ale tea is in women..
UCSD Study Finds Link Between Roundup Herbicide And Liver Disease
"Research done at UC, San Diego linking the herbicide roundup to liver disease. Researchers studied the amount of glyphosate in the main ingredient in round up in the urine samples of two groups of people one would non alcoholic fatty liver disease in one without the study published yesterday founding glyphosate residue was higher in suspects with liver disease, regardless of possible underlying factors like age body mass index or race. The results of the study coming is the company that makes roundup facing multiple lawsuits, alleging the product causes cancer. Now, the researchers in San Diego are saying it could be a link between roundup and liver
Monarch Butterflies In Decline
"The monarch is my favourite. Butterfly. I used to catch them when I was a kid. I have some bad news. Don monarchs have been declining in numbers over the last twenty years. Researchers who studied the sites where eastern North American populations spend their winters in Mexico have noted an eighty four percent decline in numbers if the trend continues, some researchers believe this population might go extinct keep in mind, though, that even if monarchs disappear from eastern North America. They're also monarch populations in western North America, Central America and other places the species as a whole isn't close to extinction understand the cause of the Klein into eighteen a team of American. Researchers published a study implicating several factors monarch caterpillars eat just one plant milkweed they've evolved. Special tolerance for the toxins. It produces but milkweed plants are declining due to the use of glyphosate herbicides on agriculture fields, corn and soy have been genetically engineered to resist these herbicides milkweed. Hasn't development has also wiped out milkweed habitat and redo anything to help since two thousand fifteen the United States. Fish and Wildlife Service has been working to restore eastern monarch habitat. The project restored two hundred fifty thousand acres of milkweed in its first year, alone other causes of the problem. The researchers found that global climate change was also taking a toll on the butterflies other. Scientists have noted a more general and dramatic decline in insect biomass due to human impacts. Let's hope we do something about these impacts including climate change. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glassed. I'm Yale Cassandra.
U.S. environment agency says Round-Up's glyphosate weed killer is not a carcinogen
"Despite lawsuits linking the weed killer roundup to cancer AP's. Jackie Quinn reports. The federal government to say that it's safe to use the environmental protection agency's released another review of Roundup's main ingredient glyphosate and says it poses no risk of concern for people using it or exposed to it from spraying the draft findings. Also, reaffirm glyphosate is not likely to be carcinogenic, although it did find potential risk to animals and birds a scientist at the center for biological diversity says the EPA is wrongly relying on industry back studies and ignoring other research to recent court cases, awarded millions of dollars to men who contracted them foam and blame
EPA says popular weed killer glyphosate is not a carcinogen
"Five. The federal government is declaring the weed killer roundup safe to use even lawsuits have successfully linked the product cancer claims the environmental protection agency's released another review of Roundup's main ingredient glyphosate and says it poses no risk of concern for people using it or exposed to it from spraying the draft findings also reaffirmed life, oh sate is not likely to be carcinogenic, although it did find potential risk to animals and birds a scientist at the center for biological diversity says the EPA is wrongly relying on industry back studies and ignoring other research to recent court cases, awarded millions of dollars to men who contracted them foam and blame
"glyphosate" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast
"So you really need to clear this stuff out and one of the best ways to do this with this partial fast so getting back to macronutrients composition of calories. I would say about half of it fifty percent would be protein, but a specific type approaching NADA animal based protein, ideally, unless it's bone broth or collagen, which of course comes from animals, but the types of protein in bone broth or collagen are very low in these specific type of amino acids that stimulate a pathway called 'em tour. Nestea Anabel ISM component of your body. The bills muscle bills your body up. So that's the last thing you wanna do stimulated pathway when you're partial fasting. So you don't have any proteins that are high in these branch chain amino acids, like loosening ice loose union bailing, so bone brother, college in his very little it has actually some really great beneficial acid. Which are glycemic and most people don't get enough. Glycemic lycene is the smallest amino s we have and it's really important for a number of things in that only helps build up your connective tissue helps decrease likelihood you're going to find wrinkles and look aged. But it's another important constituent for one of your most important intracellular antioxidants, which is good. And it helps increase a real important coenzyme called ADP, h which recharges all your antioxidants like Ludivine, vitamin C by Manet. So it's a really useful supplement. Now, you can take as bone broth or collagen, which is probably the ideal form when our ancestors ate meat. They just didn't eat the muscle meat. They the whole animal from knows detail, and that included the connective tissue. So that's where they got these large amounts of glycemic in prowling hydroxy rolling. But when you don't eat that then you get especially a lot of animal protein, you're going to get high amounts of messiah Ning. They sure many people have heard of that ME too much Matthias without glycemic at ratio becomes sterban that can cause some complications. So it does. Lead to good health. So good source of glycemic, but getting back to the bone broth in collagen, unimportant caveat here is that most of the products on the market that are available that you can purchase are really really bad. The reason being is that there's this urbicide on the market the most widely used one of the world. I'm sure you guys know which one it's called glide Assayed and the glide and glyphosate is short for glycemic. So it's basically a false four related to rid of glycemic, and that blocks all these pathways like the Shikha may pathways in disturbs the production in your gut of these aromatic amino acids. So the key thing here is when animals eat it in a non organic animal Kafe, oh confined animal. Feeding operation animal will be fed large amounts of this non organic food sources in glyphosate accumulates in their connective tissue because that it's loaded with glycemic so just substitutes in there, and it's the highest concentration glyphosate in their bodies in their connected tissue. So if you're making bone author collagen, it's going to be low. Loaded with glyphosate. Exactly what you don't want to do. So if you're going to go that route, then make sure it's organic is really really important or you can just buy glycemic powder. That comes in a bulk powder from Amazon is relatively inexpensive. And it's pretty sweet not hard today doubt. It's like basically like sugar it looks like sugar, and it tastes lecture at quite as sweet then you don't need much. Maybe a quarter of a teaspoon twice a day. That's by gram twice a day may be more. If you're just starting so that would be an important component. So the other parts of the proteins. You can have some college has bone broth with the communists. I just mentioned or you can have some vegan proteins. We have begin protein part of that. I love I love the taste. I use that frequently unless I'm in strength training day. Then you need the branch in amino acids..
Jury finds Monsanto's Roundup weed killer contributed to man's cancer
"Of the weed killer roundup continues to defend its product as safe as a jury finds in favor of another person suing the company over their cancer diagnosis Tuesday. A federal jury in northern California determined that roundup, which includes the chemical glyphosate was quote, a substantial factor and quote in Edwin Hardiman non-hodgkin's lymphoma face too. Now gotten underway to determine if Bayer which acquired Monsanto last year is liable. And if so for how much last August jury awarded another man with cancer nearly three hundred million dollars, which judge slashed to seventy eight million the comedy stands bias products, citing several studies that conclude glyphosate is safe.
Jury finds Monsanto's Roundup caused a man's cancer
"A jury in federal court in San Francisco has concluded. That roundup weed killer was a substantial factor in a California man's cancer. CBS news legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum says that it's the second time. A jury has found this chemical to cause cancer and people Tuesday's verdict came in the case of seventy year old Edwin Hardiman, the trial will now proceed to the damages. Phase these cases where juries found. Monsanto's weed killer causes cancer are interesting for many reasons, but mainly because the government agency charged with regulating the protection of the environment. The EPA has repeatedly said that glyphosate is safe for human beings provided that it is being used properly and Monsanto itself continues to point to hundreds of studies showing that. The
Consumer group finds traces of weed killer in beer and wine
"NewsRadio. Do you like a little weed killer with that drink new report out by public interest? Groups says you might be getting some whether you want it or not. We're talking alchoholic beverage is. Here says researchers have found traces of the powerful weed killer roundup in samples of five wines and fifteen beers. Including Coors light. Miller lite. Budweiser, corona and Guinness. But it says the amounts involved aren't necessarily dangerous levels that we found are pretty low. But there's been a lot of other studies done by other people recently finding glyphosate in almost everything that protesting. So that's where the concern is coming in due to disputes. The findings says someone would have to drink huge amounts of beer to reach
Roundup trial: High-stakes trial over cancer claim begins
"A federal trial involving the popular weed killer roundup is set to begin today in San Francisco, kqei acuity is Raquel Maria. Dylan reports more than nine thousand people have sued. Bayer claiming roundup causes non-hodgkin's lymphoma, Edwin Harman's case was picked as a test trial in federal court for years. The sonoma's residents braid round up around his property to control poison oak. He was diagnosed with cancer in two thousand fifteen the EPA says, the primary chemical and roundup glyphosate is not carcinogenic to humans, but researchers with the World Health Organization say it probably is. Bayer says the herbicides has been an essential tool for farmers for the past forty years. It bought Monsanto for sixty three billion dollars last year, but Bayer's stock price plunged after a San Francisco state court awarded. Two hundred eighty nine million dollars to a school groundskeeper from Venetia in August damages were later reduced to seventy
"glyphosate" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
"T? So I had not thought of glyphosate is an antibiotic. It makes perfect sense with what you said I'm fascinated to go see your site and see that graph lineup of antibiotic use and cancer and purely from a selfish perspective, I would love to know. I hope you can answer is it reversible and is it fixable. Because for instance, is a child I had recurrent strep throat, and I had dozens of rounds of antibiotics before I was five. So I know probably other people listening are also wondering, you certainly made a super compelling case for the problems were saying is it fixable at this point. Are we too far past that, I'm an eternal optimist? My optimism may not last as long as the human species at this point. We we are we have created the sixth extinction in this journey that I just described to you chemical farming. We are there's been five major extinctions on planet earth in the fossil record historically. And this is the first one that's been caused by. By the hands of one of its species. And so we have engineered an extraordinary claps of life. We have actually taken to the point of extinction over forty percent of vitamin c on earth in just the last forty years that is crazy statistic. Forty percent of divide adversity to the point of extinction. And just these few decades, we are currently accelerating that we are currently losing one species every twenty minutes, and so in this short hour together, we will lose three species to the point of extinction. Every comeback again, we have engineered that collapse of health and on the planet. And it's not surprising as that human health is dependent on the health of the organisms in life around us. And so I think this is the ultimate checks and balances that nature has put in place is if we or any other species is so insane to undermined a narcissistic self absorbed, selfish fashion, all of the resources, the planet rape, the soils and police resources out and give back. Nothing. Kill kill kill extr. Act extract extract, we will die from that the resulting isolation and loneliness, and so the cancer the autism timers all of these are symptoms of our our premeditated, demise. Really? And that premeditation has to do with consumer behavior. So I do not want to hear and blame Monsanto or any other company because it's a waste of time. We're not going to turn things around quick enough. I believe we can heal. I don't think it is too late for us to turn our micro-biology down. But we have to do it very very quickly, and we have to do it together. And so we need to recognize that it was consumer behavior that created Monsanto. It was our own laziness our own desire for a comfort lifestyle to buy the newest iphone to buy some new shiny car. All of these things are symptoms of a convenience lifestyle.
"glyphosate" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"We have great resources there. John just rewrote revise the publication about fertilizer and blaming and you want a low maintenance lawn fertilizer recommendations there, but about anything what we'd is this what bug is this. What's wrong with my plant? Great reason. Stanchion dot UPENN dot EDU. Speaking of the U of M Jared. You're familiar with that place to chat all-too-familiar all-too-familiar. Jared was a student. Yes. Two of my classes worked with John still alive. Right here and helping us out six five one nine eight nine nine two two six lot of Texas. Eight one eight zero seven let's see you have to help me with us. Now, I have a large Matt of sheep sorrel in my cone, flowers, etc. Any suggestions so sorrel is type of lock Sallis and. Yeah. So it's a it's a Weedon a perennial bed, which is problematic because tilling are are. Cultivation is the best way to get rid of weeds when you have desirable plants around them because any types of herbicides, of course, can damage your Perennials, and the sorrel is not necessarily gonna come up from seed, although it might come up from seed. So it's so I would just say tilling or try to cover up the weeds that are there. Okay. Tried to hand remove them. Maybe cover up the area with a mulch. Is it too late? The texture says to apply glyphosate. Let's tell folks what that is. First of all, well, glyphosate is a nonselective herbicide. It's it's the it's the active ingredient in what's most commonly known as round up by eight is the active ingredient the actual pesticide itself. And no it is not too late glyphosate is taken up by green living tissue. So as long as the plant that you're trying to kill has green leaves then you'll get a little bit slower activity, but. You'll still get some kill with with the glyphosate right into star concert reminder of reading the label when you're using her side, I there is a temperature limit on eight I and normally we don't have to talk about one is green tissue. But I don't know what the limit is with the activity on that. I don't know if it's fifty degrees or but is around fifty fifty the label has got the answer. Although I haven't seen it yet. We always as you guys know get questions about creeping Charlie is that something you'd use. And that that the plant probably not probably know 'cause she fits in your lawn. Read the label. All right. Hi a couple years ago. I transplanted. Texter says, some peonies from my parents, I think I planted them a little low last summer, I did have flowers, but not many what is the best way to raise them. Just a little. Thank you. Well, if you had some flowers, I think you may have done it. Okay. I would wait another year because the chances are that peony will establish itself. Okay. And it could be lower flowers simply because fewer routes from the whole transplant shock. So I would wait another year peonies are very sensitive. It's the cold treatment that those is are growing points needs an inch and a half depth this ideal. But I would I would wait one more year. See if it it. They aren't okay good. Let's go back to the phones. Mary is calling from Saint Paula with a question. Go ahead, Mary we're listening. Can you give me any help to read my a bulls that moles, but voles? Oh, okay. What are you guys thing? Yeah. Voles are particularly difficult. I would just make sure that you do not have excessive leaf litter, and you don't have too many leaf or turf clippings on the grass going into the winter. They kinda like mice voles with a v are very similar to mice and their burrowing critters or rodents and most of the time most people recognize him in the spring after stole belt, you'll see their tunnels and sometimes you'll see their tracks with Ted grass where the tunnels were. So so they could be a problematic but other than other than just ensuring proper cultural practices. It's it's difficult to control them. Okay. Let's see who's been waiting for Dell in Albertville has a question online. Go ahead Verdel. Yes. I have a huge Bill. We plant that has about thirty pads on it. And they have not opened is getting too late for them to to ripen or whatever happens. Maybe maybe not I would just leave the plant alone. Because even it could have been the moisture slowed them down from opening a drier conditions with a few sunny days that made make them open up and then disperse their seeds. So I would I wouldn't cut it down. I would just hope that it will still continue to ripen and develop through the winner. Texture wants to know how to store balls, and when should I cut them, Kansas, Kansas, right? Yeah. So Canada's our a tropical plant they won't live outside. We have to bring out root inside and store them. All forty five fifty degrees with a little bit of moisture. So maybe leave the soil around them as you dig them put them in a cardboard box a paper bag something like that. Okay. Forty five fifty. Let's see texts number is eight one eight zero seven the phone numbers. Six five one nine eight nine nine two two six Texas wasn't always the fall is fall the best time to prune raspberry bushes. If so how short should you prune them? You wanted in raspberries. You wanna cut off the previous years canes with black raspberries, those have Baird and will no longer bear. So those are extraneous now for the plant you can cut the other stems down by about a third. So it kind of depends on what if it's red raspberries cutting or thinning out the canes and cutting back by a third. Yes, you can do that. Now is it? All right. Texter says to mow down the rhubarb plants. No, I would not do that as long as I planted is green and growing it's photos synthesizing and storing food for the roots to make a stronger next year. So I would just let it naturally die. Okay. Lot of text messages. What should you do with bushy asparagus? Plants in the fall. Nothing. Nothing nothing now that yeah. So again, it's like the hostage. Green and growing. So I would just leave them there. All right, guys. Here's one I guess, I keep asking myself this to how short should I be mowing my lawn and multi leaves we talked about the leave the sort before. But what about the the the length? How do we cut? It is that any different in the fall time then then during the year as the fall moves on I keep knocking down as much as I can buy a quarter inch at time. And I tried to get down to like the the two inch range, but don't scalp it. Don't scalp it. You have don't go all at once. I've been working on it since about the beginning of September. So I went down from three and a half. I'm down to about two and a half right now. Okay. Good. Let's see how late do we plant spring bulbs? You can still plan spring bulbs as long as the ground is not frozen. Ideally, we want them to develop a root system in the fall. And of course, the soil temperature will be warmer than the air temperature. But I would definitely do that as soon as possible. Here's here's somebody that. We're talking about creeping, Charlie. They love the show. But is is there an outlet or like a restaurant that would want? My creeping, Charlie. I don't use any chemicals flowers are especially good as a salad. Okay. Afternoon yard speechless. There's some edible. I'm not sure that creeping is creeping Charlie. Well, it's a myth family. And yes, I can see that where where you might be tempted to try eating it. There's nothing wrong with eating it. It's I don't know how palatable it really is. I know of no restaurant interested in your Charlie. But, but you know, I think every time we mentioned creepy. Charlie the calls, just flooded. Everyone wants to excuse the show into a whole different direction. Sure. All right. Here's a texter that says I want this is kind of interesting time of year for this. I wanna plant grass at my new construction this week will germinate with his quote, warmer weather coming. Yeah. I think so soil temperatures right now around forty seven forty eight degrees. And and I think you're going to get very little germination right now, if you're trying to if you're trying to see I would I'd recommend just using a doorman seating. Which would mean just basically waiting until the soils freeze, and then seating and you'll get germination in the springtime, but if you had exposed soil onto surface out consider putting down some kind of straw, or some kind of erosion control measure to hold in the that bare soil over the winter. I keep thinking you guys always give good advice, certainly. But when we're if it's new shrubs, whatever as we head into the winter, you always say water water water, keep those shrubs, but given all the rain. We've had is that still? I don't think many people need to apply additional water at this point unless you have an area. That's you know, under the cover of trees or really especially dry. But really, you know, you can check pretty easily and see you can put a trowel down in there. See how easily it goes in in check the moisture level Sheri's calling in from lakeville with question. Go ahead. Sherry we are listening. Hi, our lawn has large Brown spots. And I don't know if it's from mowing it too short all of our neighbors have Brown to but not like ours. And I'm wondering do you think that grass will come back in the spring? Sherri, how big are the Brown spots. Big while we have three acres and there's large Brown spots in parts of the lawn. So do you think it's possible that you have like crabgrass? That was growing there that maybe now has turned Brown. Do you think it's really a different kind of grass it's showing up now. I don't know. I never thought about. Up to check that out. I guess you might be that could it could likely be like Mary was saying a summer annual. That's that's dying off right now. I would just check to make sure that the Brown spots are the same grass that is green. And and that would rule out that you know, it's not a summary annual if indeed they are the same grass species. You know, we need to. Thank you, Sherry we need to take a quick break more show to come. If you have a lawn and garden question, six five one nine eight nine nine two to six or text eight one eight zero seven thirty sevens are currency CO. Temp fifty four the high today forty one the high tomorrow take a with you.
Bayer's Monsanto asks U.S. court to toss $289 million glyphosate verdict
"Business giant Monsanto? Asking a San Francisco. Judge to toss out a landmark multi million dollar judgment against the first lawsuit against Monsanto to reach trial, resulting in a two hundred eighty nine million dollar judgment against it in favor of a school groundskeeper who claims his terminal cancer was caused by an herbicide in Monsanto's product roundup, a chemical at the center of this case glyphosate, which Monsanto claims decide cause cancer saying over eight hundred studies and reviews confirmed that Monsanto VP George Lombardi hit is the most widely used.
Bayer's Monsanto asks U.S. court to toss $289 million glyphosate verdict
"An exact address. Apple is rolling out. It's more expensive iphones. I, it's the second year. The company has staggered release of its newest models, but the first time apple is selling its pricier options. I the iphone ten s antennas max, which started about a thousand dollars. We'll start selling about five weeks before the cheapest model, the ten or which starts at seven hundred
Bayer's Monsanto faces 8,000 lawsuits on glyphosate
"State officials in Iowa have determined the death of a, college student Molly, Tibbets was a. Homicide she died of multiple sharp force injuries a man has been charged in Tibbets. Death manifest from everything, I've seen Alan Richards is the man's defense lawyer he told KFI's Gary and Shannon show he has seen no evidence as clients. Told investigators
Does Monsanto's Roundup cause cancer? Trial highlights the difficulty of proving a link
"For much of the time since the active ingredient glyphosate came into use in the nineteen seventies have been kinds of arguments about whether. Or not. Actually Cosma genyk research. A lot of it funded by Monsanto suggested it isn't the US Environmental Protection Agency says that glyphosate has low toxicity for humans. Then the European Food Safety authority agrees. But the international agency for research on cancer has described the chemical as a probable Costner gem. So you can see what a confusing picture. This is all these agencies with different views. So the California jury last week, it really had quite a job trying to balance all that conflicting evidence say, why is it so hard to say for sure that something like lifesaving definitely causes cancer or definitely doesn't cause cancer. Now, this is the problem of operational, epidemiology as road in peace has been hearing from Richard Burks Stevens of the university of Connecticut who has worked on IRC panels and these looked at a whole load of evidence. We cannot do experiments and people for anything that might cause harm obvious. Really. And so we have to observe -ation Lebanon Biaggi, but observations me be Andrea can be very persuasive on very strong cigarette smoking and lung cancer is the best known. Example of that. The problem about epidemiology though is it's actually very easy to do a badly. There are so many ways bias and confounding and other problems can slip into a study. So international agency for searching cancer bites these panels of experts, it's a widely divergent group and they go through each of the studies, whether it's Yep, Biaggi that talks collagen and really get into the methods. They wanna know how is this study done is credible estimate of the potential hazard uninteresting secrecy a RC determined that glyphosate. I think the wood was a potential costs in Incheon Lee. That's not the case with smoking where a huge amounts of evidence was built up by looking at what happened to smokers. Yes, smoking took decades. Because the big tobacco intimidated the rest of scientists by saying that association has not causation because there's never been around my trial smoking and smoking rats do not get lung cancer. Then we finally realized that this observational evidence, it's a matter of the jury deciding and the jury is often an expert panel of scientists. In this case, the allergy is there's no other viable explanation for these results than cause and effect. Now, smoking is a class one carcinogen according to the IRC. It is a cancer hazard to humans. Glysophate was labelled a to a a probable, human carcinogen. What that means is that there is credible evidence, but it is not beyond a reasonable doubt. Is it a question of doing continued studies? Is it trying to find more people who've been using something like roundup to be able to say, maybe there is an excessive cancers. They're all. All that clever ways of trying to work out if that's a connection. Well, the important point here is that the poison is in the dose and we add things to our food supply like iron iron causes cancer in rats if you give enough iron to rats. So it's a matter of cost benefit round up as a very popular product. It serves a real purpose and it's a benefit a lot of people, but it contains chemical called Guifa Sade, which may increase the risk of cancer and the i. r. c. does not address risk. It only says that insufficient quantity, this agent could cause cancer in a human. So the risk has to be dependent on where the product is dues, how it's used. And those are the things that go into risk assessment.
Weed-killing chemical at the heart of a Monsanto lawsuit found in Cheerios
"There could be a pesticide in your cereal the nonprofit environmental, working group says. That general mills and the Quaker Oats company put too much glyphosate in their products glyphosate the active ingredient in roundup weed killer is. Found, in several popular breakfast foods cereals that are marketed. To children now this is the same. Chemical that was at the center of, a lawsuit this week that ended. With a California jury awarding a man two hundred eighty nine million, dollars in damages after he claimed that his, steady exposure to the chemical while he worked as a groundskeeper caused his terminal
"glyphosate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Only. Do they have Agent Orange they've inherited Zyklon b they had all the, long now they've inherited glyphosate recently a San Francisco jury found Monsanto down by bear liable for glyphosate induced cancer of a man by the name of Dwayne Johnson, who's, dying, from non, Hodgkin's lymphoma Johnson spray glyphosate. Twenty to thirty times. Per year on public school grounds which of course expose kids to it, as well so pretty soon you're hearing about the child cancers coming from Johnson says that he was doused twice will wipe due to malfunctioning equipment Monsanto which has been responsible for the mass chemical poisoning of our world going back more than forty years has been hiding Evidence proving cause cancer and they one. Said the glyphosate was a safe assault now Johnson's cancer has caused him to develop lesions over eighty. Percent of his body and he spoke in court About. About how these lesions tore into his self confidence embarrassed his children and kept him, from going out in public Monsanto was ordered to pay two hundred and fifty dollars in punitive damages, very engaging in intense evil deception another forty million actual damages More than. Four thousand lawsuits have already been filed against Monsanto over similar claims if decided similarly these eight lawsuits could subject Monsanto bear actually bear now they could actually. Subject bear to? Over one trillion dollars in financial liability enough to completely bankrupt the co-op the corporation and ended mass poisoning of humanity do they've. Been they've been up to Now we presented a ground zero. Show back, in, two thousand fifteen where we released a study that. Indicated that glide will say at the time was already labeled a probable human carcinogen by the World Health Organization we were doing we actually presented a study. That said that? The World Health Organization The. Number of people were being found to have high levels of glyphosate In them high levels of glyphosate in and most Americans now The first ever comprehensive invalidated testing project was carried out across. America In two. Thousand fifteen and they found glide. Eight in the urine of ninety three percent of the subjects tested Children had, the highest levels of glyphosate in their systems overall higher levels were found in the west and midwest of course, because the west and the mid western known for their agricultural production and at the time The. Test was carried out there was a controversy brewing over whether, or not genetically modified foods, created by Monsanto were causing cancer causing problems with the kids or. At least the kids having their urine full of glyphosate the testing, project was carried out by the university of California San Francisco. With preliminary results showing life in, well over ninety percent of all urine. Samples analyzed during the early phases, of the study back in two thousand fifteen the study involved more. Urine, samples than any other search study and we're looking for the toxin of course they're looking. For for Satan, he founded the results were staggering and. The effects were disputed by Monsanto and its chosen border. Scientists basically what they did is they wrote out their, own science, and scientists signed off on it bizarre paid good good amount of money to do that So gripe. Is Saed has, become the world's most widely used herbicide It's used as a high input conventional agricultural products And it's it's broad spectrum nonselective chemical that is used to. Kill vegetation in farm fields as well as gardens roadsides playgrounds parks, and, other, areas likely. To present exposure to food water animals and humans Since nineteen Ninety-six Monsanto has marketed roundup ready roundup ready which is roundup ready seeds they. Did that they put those together marketed for crops soy corn canola, alfalfa, cotton, and sorghum These genetically modified seeds make, the food and feed crop, resistant to, deadly effects of round up which encourages the. Overuse of the chemical for the control of weeds and farm fields so basically they created seeds it'll, be able to absorb absorb roundup and some of that gets. Into the food so most Americans, don't realize, it what they eat and. When the foods. That they have been, marinating many of, these foods, in roundup while, they grow And and this is this is the thing that it's most most disturbing, because look in everybody says why don't eat GMO Okay and you you try not to eat GMO, is not good you So You, know eating eating GMO's a good. Thing? Right but it doesn't matter now because Each year two hundred and fifty, million pounds of gripe Hussein are sprayed. On American crops primarily on roundup ready, corn soybeans, genetically engineered to withstand the beside but when it comes to the, food we, eat the highest glyphosate levels are, not? Found in GMO products like corn Increasingly, is also sprayed just before harvest on wheat barley oats and beans They're not genetically engineered glyphosate kills the crop drying it out so they. Can be harvested sooner than if the plant were, allowed to die naturally so it was a study that. Was out again this is going to be a black guy on, bare but, a recent, study found, that. A number of popular breakfast foods including cereals granola bars instant oatmeal cookies all these things were tested and they found the they've been found to contain potentially dangerous amounts, of life of Saint This was done by the environmental working, group they, were environmental, advocacy organization, that. Conducted the study instead the seat was found in, all but five of the twenty nine owed based foods were tested Oatmeal Cheerios In January two thousand fourteen general mills who who makes Cheerios Announced that original Cheerios were. Proudly made without genetically. Modified ingredients so they had this campaign Cheerios. Is non GMO, Cheerios is non GMO and they were boasting, we're non GMO but even the cereal. Maker admitted, that Cheerios main. Ingredient oats are not genetically. Modified, I mean there are not there are no genetically modified however what they did is they told a half truth in order. To cash in on the growing environmental health concerns about GMO's the truth was that they labeled it non GMO because there are. No GM oats and so. They didn't make particularly should give it can change the product but You. Know they did switch to GMO free sugar and cornstarch but now they have to deal with the fact that most oats have. Not escaped the spraying of, roundup Lifeless seat is so pervasive that we now can, understand why so many people mostly children habit in their systems and why it shows up in their urine Go to Bradley in Pennsylvania hi Bradley you're on ground zero Hey man Greta.
Monsanto, FDA and Cancer discussed on Ethan Bearman
"Monsanto Friday San Francisco jury said you caused cancer at least At least more than. Fifty point. One percent, chance because, it was, a civil trial that's right The jury said. You did it. You caused greater than fifty percent. Chance you caused you did Monsanto your product roundup your life Assait caused Dwayne Johnson's non-hodgkin's lymphoma he sadly has a little bit of time left, to live as we understand cancer of. The. Lymph system allegedly caused by roundup and ranger pro which is another one of their glyphosate herbicides doctors said, he is unlikely to live past the year two. Thousand twenty I. Heard. It wasn't even that long but I just do wish him the best The jury in San Francisco superior court deliberated for three days they found Monsanto had failed to warn Johnson and other consumers of the cancer risks posed by its weedkillers. Thirty, nine million, dollars in compensatory. And two hundred fifty million dollars in, punitive damages now of course Monsanto immediately appealed Here's the deal. About appeals the people really have a hard. Time, understanding I didn't fully understand this until you go to law school, okay the way appeals work they, don't contest the fact that test whether or not facts are admissible in court and whether and how the law applies it's really complicated how evidence worked all this kind of stuff anyway long. In, the short, of it is Montana's in trouble Finally finally he by the, way Dwayne Johnson I feel so, bad for him former pest control manager for, the school system, which wasn't it Sacramento Somewhere, right around Sacramento can't remember what school I. Believe it was Venetia? Actually, I'm sorry Benicia Asia's not part of, Sacramento immediately placed him in Sacramento, but I did used to be the capital, what how many. Hundred Was a eighteen sixty I wouldn't be able to get the day off the top of my head. At, the time ago yeah it's fun. To visit it is, I agree with you but he was a former pest control manager applied the weed killer up to thirty times per year for years Brent Wiesner the lawyer for, Johnson in a statement said jurors, for the first time it, seen, internal company documents quote proving that Monsanto has known for decades That, glyphosate, and specifically round up could cause cancer Consp- prophet over consumer, safety is what I say it was happening I by, the way over the weekend. Because of this verdict I can't wait, to you I'm curious your thoughts though about this, are you or is this finally do we finally we're going to start finally seeing some Justice for the. American people. Against the chemicals that are poisoning us chemicals point I posted the picture over the weekend To it was almost exactly five years ago I spoke. With the. Bullhorn at the Santa Cruz clock tower And the March against Monsanto I have been talking about this issue. For many many years the evidence has. Been building for years that, they, lied in the, FBI FDA application let's. Just going to dissipate in water it's going to be in oh you're. Intestinal tract just destroys it doesn't we've found it breaks through by the way. You're gonna breastfeed your baby you're giving them glide for sate That was never supposed to be the. Way this stuff worked it was Disintegrating less than three as it stays in water up to two hundred and sixty. Seven days
Jurors give $289 million to a man they say got cancer from Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller
"A jury in California has ordered the agrochemical. Firm on Santo to pay two hundred fifty million dollars nearly two hundred million pounds in damages to a. Former school groundskeeper who claims that his, cancer was caused by its weed Killers Monsanto which is owned. By the German pharmaceutical company buyer, faces five, thousand similar, cases it insists products, containing phosphate a safe our correspondent James Cook reports from, Los Angeles Dwayne. Johnson applied Monsanto's roundup and ranger pro have assigns up to thirty times, a year now forty six years old and dying of non Hodgkin's lymphoma he held his. Head in his hands after the judge. Related the jury's verdict glide did present. A substantial danger Monsanto had been negligent in failing to warn users antidote acted with malice sorta pression mister Johnson said he hoped the fight it would bolster thousands of similar cases his lawyer said the company had, acted with reckless disregard for human life. But when Santo which is owned by the German conglomerate buyer says it will appeal insisting its products are vital effective and safe tools for farmers worldwide the science is not certain in two thousand fifteen the World Health Organization Classified life is, eight as probably carcinogenic but both. The US and the EU supported by the UK. Have since reapproved its, usage vice, president of Monsanto, Scott Partridge told us. She had to recent Pathy for mister. Johnson but glyphosate did not cause cancer and its use was approved around. The world this verdict it doesn't change the four plus decades of, of safe use and science behind the product there have been over eight hundred medical. Scientific peer review published studies that establish there is. No link whatsoever between And any adverse health effects much less
Could EPA proposal lead to new uses for cancer-causing asbestos?
"As specis has banned in. Dozens of countries and for decades its use has been heavily restricted in the US CBS news correspondent Anna, Warner reports that the EPA proposed rule that may allow a number, of new products to contain asbestos especially this was, used in many products up through the nineteen seventies but after. Being, linked to health concerns and liability. Many manufacturers in the US dropped it out of. Their products however the, US never banned it outright now the substance. Is one of ten being reviewed by the way groups such as the environmental. Working group are concerned the EPA is actually moving to weaken. Protections and possibly make consumers less safe, it's, really cooking the. Books on on the level of risks they EPA's able to identify WGN attorney Melanie Nash says the EPA won't be taking a comprehensive review and evaluating the risks of past issues in some places like home work and school environments if you're nor, in, major ways that people are exposed to a toxic substance I you may, dramatically underestimate the risks Sarah in other words you're saying that they. Might come out making a specialist look not as dangerous as it really is in their evaluation exactly EPA, officials told us that's not true in a phone interview Nancy back, the Trump administration appointee who oversees the agency's toxic, chemical unit told us the criticism just makes me sad she. Said, the agency is working hard to. Put in place a program grounded in science Beck. Says current EPA proposals, would amount to new regulations that we're putting. In place a hammer a prohibition that doesn't exist today so the says under. Their proposal that manufacturers who want to apply for some new. Uses of his fastest under this proposed, rule Would need EPA approval
"glyphosate" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"His plants he uses cover crops which a cover crop in between your commercial crops you can grow cover crops which are generally a mix of eight or ten different species their chosen because they play a bunch of different roles so some of them have big broad leaf and so they help shelter the soil cool and and protect it from a rose in some of them have these deep tap roots to create water channels some of them grow really fast they keep the weeds out they get there before the weeds can and some of them fix nitrogen and so he comes in either with a legume like soy or alfalfa or or with these cover crops and they fix nitrogen for him so he is every year putting less and less nitrogen on his own every year he's using less and less pesticides and because he's moving more and more to biological solution so some of it is just confuse the pests so if you do really intensive rotations like he does the insects lose track of where they're their crop is and you'll act you can actually defeat them confused the books and confuse them just in also grows he grows habitat for beneficial bugs so like predator wasps will come in and eat the bad ones and he's moving toward integrating livestock and the reason that he still uses urbicide which is the main thing which glyphosate roundup is herbicides that he uses is because in any farming system you end up there's no perfect farm there is no farm that has eero impact so you're always at the juncture of what's the least harmful thing i can do here and if you look at the impact on soil microbiology the impact of glyphosate is lower than the impact of plowing sure and most organic farmers rely on plowing because if you're gonna get rid of weeds without glyphosate without herbicides you don't have a lot of options some of them run through with these big steamroller type things some of them run through with flame throwers both of those.
"glyphosate" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"A lot of big companies are listening and they're cleaning up their products and the changes that are happening are really truly extraordinary and there's a lot of new brands that are launching to that have this amazing clean transparent supply chain and are really passionate about supplying clean food clean beauty products or ingredients to consumers thank goodness yep i wanna get right into specifics so if i'm on a budget or i find it inconvenient to always shop for ganic food can you help me understand is that big of a deal why do i need to care well you do wanna care the reason why you wanna care is because unfortunately after world war two when we had this plethora of chemical agents are government had to figure out what to do with these chemicals and what they discovered was is that a lot of these chemicals were actually really great at using as pesticides i always talking about agent orange yes yeah n ddt while agent orange was used for the vietnam war n d she i believe came out of world war two was actually when in a main ingredients in the nerve gas gas chambers that were used to exterminate people so they decided to start using it as a pesticide initially they thought it was totally safe no one was going to get hurt and all that kind of stuff but then what they found out is people were getting really terribly sick they were starting develop all these neurological problems children with learning disabilities started to show up and people just started getting sick i don't know if you know this but off the coast of one of our largest ports here in l a they actually dumped a lot of the ddt into the ocean and that was like a really big kind of like taboo kinda like a big deal because there's this huge like toxic load there today ddt is banned we have learned from our mistakes glyphosate is not no no.
"glyphosate" Discussed on Security Now
"You're you have a large image and a message which is a fraction of the image size but it doesn't require any particular trickery it's so in a sense you have you know you've you've hidden it in the image and only if someone knew where to go to get it would would they be able to find it it's a little bit like we were talking about the the the vpn filter bought which hides the ip address of the server in the gps co ordinance of a photo where the photo was supposed to have been taken slight you know that kind of thing anyway some researchers at columbia came up with yet another place to hide data and that is in the shapes the detailed distortions of the shape of font characters characters in a font avoided the word glyphosate but that's the that's the technical term font glimpse are these individual character instances and boy the that i got the links in the show notes for any one who's interested this science that they applied to a to inserting and distracting data from slight perturbations in font glyphosate shape is impressive i'm as i've said i'm sort of not that impressed in general with stig inaugura fee is like yeah okay i guess that's kind of cool i would argue these guys took it all the way to the plo where and they give an example of some text printed on a poster where they had encoded a real.
"glyphosate" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"No fixture of of food in america glyphosate and everything it's in the rain water even if you're growing in organic garden in your backyard the chances are the soil is compromised what is how can we move forward like what are some of the things that we can that we can do uh to rectify this and to eat as healthy and take care of ourselves as best as we can perfect concrete beams next steps for you if you're listening to this year nearterm foot head sir tales together let's keep it simple before you even worry about what you can put in your mouth let's start thinking about mechanisms free reintroduced microbiome to your body number one in my very favorite worn is to breathe is many environments is you can terms that we can repopulate our microbiome not just by eating it through fermented foods which i love but by breathing the bacteria and fungaya in our environment how did you do that he simply get out of your house get out on a hike get near were waterfall get to a swamp get up in in the let's get into him many macro ecosystems as you can and breed there for a few hours firms are really good sign if you're out in the woods uc firms growing their nutrient base is the oldest ecosystem on the plant planet affirms not going to grow unless it has access to the oldest ecosystem on a planet and so go next to a foreign and sit there and read a book for half an hour in the sunshine or in the dappled shade where those firms are growing sit in read and breathe for a bed you're going to repopulate microbiome and you're and have a spiritual experience of sitting under a tree one was last time he felt grasp between your toes or ran down of a field of flatten wildflowers we don't do these basic things and so we create these micro ecosystems in our drywall homes and everything else and the reality is it's so easy as an american to change that environment if you're not happy with the body you have than go pick one of the other three in a nine nine million that you can build two tomorrow by breathing something different so get out into many ecosystems you can.
"glyphosate" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Me from my understanding life the state was able to kind of pass muster with the epa and avoid sort of being outrage elated by virtue of the fact that this chicken may pathway was a plant process not a human process well it doesn't matter this is the plant thing and again the hubris and the kind of like lack of understanding on behalf of human beings do appreciate just how crucial this shaken may pathway is and was at the time and will always be to making the nutrients of these plants bioavailable to us so that we can use them and i think on a grander scale it speaks to not only you know the pitfalls of our reductionist approach to science in general but also like us as human beings always wanting to look for that one solution that's going to solve our problem like are just eat spinach kale and you'll be fine well that's fine if the soil is the way that we you know the way that it should should be in these plants are grown the way that nature intended them to be but you know we're in a condition and a estate right now where life say the use of glyphosate is so profuse that it's almost impossible to avoid this situation altogether unfortunately you right and you know to go into that just briefly one of the reasons i think the lifezette was not put on the market 1958 when it was discovered is because japanese inventor of that chemical recognize that that was a watersoluble tight toxin you do not want to introduce a watersoluble toxin into the environment because you can never get back right in that where if you have a fat soluble toxin it'll actually be as successor by my ceiling in the soil if it guts gets into a human or another mammal it'll be sequestered by fat cells whenever hits the brain it will reap protective a watersoluble talks toxin on the other hand can't be subtracted out of the ecosystem because everything on planet earth including your human body as water and said.
"glyphosate" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"And number three i personally don't believe that all genetic modification is bad or toxic or or even detrimental to our health some genetic modification simply turns off a gene so my greatest concern is in the entanglement the entanglement of chemical and biotech companies who are responsible for the chemical use a marketing of those chemicals to treat our crops soils and even our golf courses i am concerned about what we do know about glyphosate glyphosate has the chemical compound most of us know as as round up but i have to tell you i am terrified about what we don't know so i urge you to avoid taking a definitive position on any this stuff it just it doesn't serve us we can learn more and make better decisions by just having an open mind because we're learning more every day and we have to be comfortable with science we need to listen to both sides and ultimately we have to make the decision that feels ripe for us one that isn't based popularity but it's based on sound information and science scientists not funded by companies who have a dog in the fight now if you're like me and you just want to know more after listening to this interview or if you're curious about the blog sites that i referred to in this interview where i was reading court transcripts and taking deeper dive i would encourage you to check it a website called walk a mile project dot com.