Tests Reveal More of Monsanto's Weedkiller in Kids’ Cereals Than Common Vitamins | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Tests Reveal More of Monsanto's Weedkiller in Kids’ Cereals Than Common Vitamins

A shocking amount of the popular herbicide glyphosate, marketed by Monsanto/Bayer as RoundUp, has been found in breakfast cereals marketed to children. Even more appalling is the revelation that some of the cereals contain more glyphosate than common vitamins.

According to the results of laboratory tests commissioned by the Environmental Working Group, the amount of the toxic herbicide glyphosate “exceeded the amount of both Vitamin D and Vitamin B12” in General Mills’ Honey Nut Cheerios. More glyphosate than Vitamin A was found in Quaker Oatmeal Squares.

Glyphosate has been linked to a host of health problems that include cancer, digestive issues, and reduced fertility. A California court recently found Monsanto liable for damages relating to a cancer patient who alleged his disease was caused by exposure to the herbicide.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am not only posting this; I will be bringing it to the manager of the local supermarket, and the big-box place where Mike and I shop.

Because there is about to be a raft of class-action lawsuits against both the maker of this chemical, and those who sell it; if they know about this, I would like to hope that will put pressure on those who sell these cereals to stop using this carcinogen.

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