Epidemiological studies demonstrate a closely matched rise in the incidence of more than thirty human diseases with the increased utilization of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's RoundUp, and the increased consumption of foreign proteins created by genetically modified plants. More than 140 studies have supported the deleterious effects of glyphosate upon the biome, while studies demonstrating positive effects upon humans consuming GMOs have been widely questioned due to researchers' ties to biotech affiliates. The use of glyphosate in genetically modified agricultural environments may be the leading cause of adverse health in humans, causing imbalances of the gut bacteria and promoting gastrointestinal diseases including inflammatory bowel disease, chronic diarrhea, colitis and Crohn's disease, as well as cardiovascular diseases, depletion of micronutrients, Alzheimer's, autism, sulphur/sulphate deficiency, depression, Parkinson's Disease, hepatic dysregulation, birth defects, reproductive disorders, aggression, obesity, Vitamin D deficiency, aging, cell signaling disorders, and aberrant protein formation.
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