Childhood Exposure to Glyphosate Linked to Liver Inflammation and Metabolic Disorder
Editors Note: Wine industry #1 user of the herbicide.
Sustainable Pulse, long term research study reports: “New research from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health in the U.S. shows that childhood exposure to the world’s most widely used weed killer, glyphosate, is linked to liver inflammation and metabolic disorder in early adulthood, which could lead to liver cancer, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease later in life.”
“……..The authors reported that higher levels of glyphosate residue and AMPA in urine in childhood and adolescence were associated with higher risk of liver inflammation and metabolic disorders in young adulthood. In addition, the investigators found that agricultural glyphosate use near participants’ homes from birth and up through age five was associated with metabolic disorders at age 18.”
FULL STORY HERE: Childhood Exposure to Glyphosate Linked to Liver Inflammation and Metabolic Disorder – Sustainable Pulse