Chances are you have a substantial amount of toxic glyphosate in your body.
Glyphosate is a herbicide used to kill weeds. It has also been linked to serious health issues like:
- Gastrointestinal issues
- Hormone imbalance
- Immune system dysfunction
- Liver and kidney problems
- Mitochondrial DNA damage
Sadly, glyphosate is hard to avoid given how often it’s used. Foods associated with the highest levels of glyphosate include:
- Non-organic fruits and vegetables
- Corn-based products
- Soy-based products
- Bread and baked goods
- Breakfast cereals
- Processed food
- Seed oils like vegetable/canola oil
Organic farming prohibits the use of glyphosate, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be any glyphosate residue on your food. Plus, you can still be exposed to glyphosate through your skin and particles in the air.
If you’re struggling with any of the conditions above, it may be worth considering getting tested for glyphosate toxicity. This is something I can do right here in my clinic. Reach out if you’re interested in learning more.