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Glyphosate is the most used pesticide in planetary history.

A recent study from the CDC showed that 80% of US urine samples tested positive for glyphosate. Glyphosate is ubiquitous in our environment and diet, and is therefore incredibly challenging to avoid completely.

The number of negative health impacts from exposure to the chemical glyphosate is astounding. Independent, peer-reviewed research provides more than ample evidence of harm to human health at current exposure levels.

Current glyphosate human exposure levels have been repeatedly approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Despite thousands of concerned scientists, doctors, lawyers, citizens, and NGOs expressing grave concern over the connection between glyphosate and increasing disease in the human population, the EPA has opted to ignore it.

Below, find a list of conditions and supporting research to help you learn more about the health harm that glyphosate is causing in our population. The list is by no means complete, because the quantity of published medical research on glyphosate is voluminous.


Microbiome & Autoimmunity


Reproduction & Endocrine Disruption



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Food Intolerance


Neurodegeneration & Neurobehavioral