• Séralini Study On Roundup Toxicity

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    seralini-and-ratA shocking experiment made by researchers -allowing rats to eat genetically modified corn as their diet which has a concentrated trace levels of Monsanto's Roundup chemical fertilizer, through a long time observation, these poor rats have developed frightening tumors, prevalent organ detriment and early death. This was the horrifying assessment. They made a new study that would determine the effect on a long-term observation when these genetically made products are ingested on a regular basis.
    This study has been considered “the most thorough research ever published into the health effects of GM food crops and the herbicide Roundup on rats.” So far After publishing the result of this study, it became viral online, with the help of media showing off those photos of affected rats having multiple tumors so visible and large, it would seem like that the even had difficulty carrying its body.
    The Scientists found out that these rats have not even taken a huge amount of this harmful food. They are exposed to even the smallest amounts, yet the progression of tumors are unbelievably severe –damaging the liver and kidney as early as four months in males, and seven months for females. The researchers finding was the 50 percent of males and 70 percent of females died early.

    Toxic effects – and tumours
    The results of the research confirm that the world’s best-selling pesticide, Roundup, as well as GM maize NK603 are associated with severe liver and kidney deficiencies and hormonal disturbances at low, environmentally relevant levels.
    The study also reports unexpectedly high rates of tumour formation. Since the research was designed as a toxicology study, not a carcinogenicity study, firm conclusions on tumour formation could not be reached. Similar but lesser effects were observed with chronic consumption of Roundup-tolerant GM maize.
    The scientists conclude these effects are associated with residues of Roundup and with the specific genetic modification of this maize. The formulations of Roundup, as well as this Roundup-tolerant GM maize, they suggest, should therefore be considered as endocrine (hormone) disruptors and should be re-evaluated for safety by health authorities.
    Data available to everyone – unlike that of Monsanto
    Winfried Schröder, editor of the journal Environmental Sciences Europe of the Springer …

    Monsanto and other biotech companies still refuse to make their data public so that it might be subjected to similar independent scrutiny.
    When fields are contaminated, it will only take a matter of time until our soil will start to degrade as well. These Roundups are no doubt harmful and not fit to be associated with food that both humans and animals are ingesting.

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