Roundup Found in Breast Milk

20140612A group of moms have gone to the EPA with their concerns that glysophate, the chemical used in the pesticide Roundup, has made its way into breastmilk. The EPA has said it will review whether glysophate use can continue as is, be curbed or halted in 2015. The studies and research on it will be available for comment in the end of 2014. Of course, the majority of research on glysophate has been conducted by the company that manufactures it, Monsanto. Read the full article from Reuters.

[Photo by Pesticides on Kauai]


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