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Glyphosate Toxin: Infertility, Autism and Beyond
November 16 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm£15
With MIT Senior Scientist, Stephanie Seneff, PhD
Glyphosate is widely used in agriculture in the UK, the USA and in most countries around the globe. Its residues are found in our food supply, including, even organic produce. It’s also found in human urine samples, including those from pregnant women.
Glyphosate has been found to act as an endocrine disruptor capable of inducing epigenetic changes, even in small doses. It’s also been declared a probable human carcinogen.
Join us for a unique Masterclass to learn about:
- The impact of glyphosate on human microbiome and the consequences of the shift in its composition
- The connection between short chain fatty acid imbalance induced by glyphosate and autism
- Glyphosate as hormone disruptor and the link with PCOS and infertility
- The small steps we can take to minimise the effects of glyphosate on human health
Dr Stephanie Seneff has authored over three dozen papers published in peer-reviewed journals discussing the effects of toxic exposures and nutrient deficiencies on human health. Her new bestseller, Toxic Legacy, features in her article in the current issue, 105.
£15 Early Bird. Free for members. Email email@example.com for more information.