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Just heard they found it in several cereals.

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They have ,and also in  doritos and ritz crackers

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I don't think there's a place on earth where they won't find it. I thought about that the other day after seeing the topic here about the cancer thing. I think if the investigators look for it then it will be found...everywhere.

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Processed foods… Which are being linked to cancer more and more every day.

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It pains me realizing all the things mankind has done and is still doing whether it was for progress or for profit.  Look up plastics and micro plastics in the environment and human body.  Then there are pesticides.

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Processed foods aren't the only things that could have been exposed to  Roundup.  

 

 Roundup is not used in  processing food........it's used in growing it.  Exposure starts long before any crop or livestock reaches a processing plant.

 

I personally used spray bottles of Roundup for years.  It's the .best thing ever for spot-treating and killing weeds that would crop up in our landscaping beds.

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The majority of crops are used for animal/animal byproducts

consumption. Glyphosate is in the feed, which is consumed

by the animal. In turn, humans consume the muscle and/or byproduct

of said animal.

 

How is this different than the cereal/oats?  

If there’s anything questionable in the feed, the animal consumes

large quantities of this item...so humans are consuming concentrated

amounts of anything questionable. 

 

Moral of the story, there’s more to...

worry about eating animal/byproducts (concentrated amts)

than a bowl of Cheerios/oatmeal (negligible amts).

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@goldensrbest wrote:

Just heard they found it in several cereals.


@goldensrbest  And there are "acceptable" levels of glysophate in these products.

 

The FDA has a list of the worst to those with just a trace.

 

All those "healthy" granola bars-people need to look this up.

 

Whether you are eating grains or meat-the issue is this horrible contamination in our lives is truly beyond acceptable.

 

This company has ruined organic farms, and bullied farmers into using their products.

 

 

 

 

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I've been having Cheerios for breakfast for as long as I can remember.  I have no plans to stop.

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This is awful. I like oats and cheerios and have read these have the round up. What is even safe anymore?!