Why Can’t the EPA and the WHO Agree on Glyphosate?



The Environmental Protection Agency is not protecting us from these potential dangers

Why Can’t the EPA and the WHO Agree on Glyphosate? Dr. Edward GroupNatural Society

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is supposed to review each registered pesticide every 15 years.[1] Under this standard, a toxic herbicide called glyphosate was scheduled to be reviewed in 2015. As of May 2016, this review has still not taken place.

The word glyphosate itself may not be familiar—it’s the active ingredient in Roundup weed killer. There is no denying Roundup’s popularity among farmers and gardeners. The EPA has said that glyphosate is the most widely used herbicide in the nation.[2] Many people, however, fail to realize is that Roundup is actually a Monsanto product. This is the same Monsanto who has worked so hard to make GMO foods a regular part of our diets.

The Glyphosate Controversy

Glyphosate was introduced in the 1970’s. In 1985…

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