Glyphosate and cancer – Monsanto found guilty!

cheeriosThis article Glyphosate and cancer tells about a toxin that is taking over the world. A poison that is causing cancers and other serious conditions worldwide. Glyphosate is being found in the food we eat and more importantly the food our children eat. Check out part 2 about the court case


Do you eat cereals for breakfast? How many kids go to school on ‘wholesome’ porridge oats. Do your children like Cheerios. Well, now your can include glyphosate as one of the ingredients, along with the risk of getting cancer and other diseases.

Quaker foods contaminated

Foods that have been found to be contaminated by glyphosate include Nature Valley granola bars, Quaker steel cut oats, Quaker dinosaur eggs instant oatmeal and ‘back to nature’ classic granola.

roundup Children’s food affected

We are giving our children food that is positively poisonous to them. We’re not content with overdosing them on vaccines, now we’re lacing their favourite breakfast cereals with glyphosate. How is it that these companies can get away with putting dangerous toxins into our food. They are poisoning our children!

Glyphosate and cancer – Monsanto found guilty!

Well the writing’s on the wall for Monsanto (now Bayer), because this August 2018, they were found guilty of causing Dewayne “Lee” Johnson’s terminal Non-Hodgkin lymphoma. He was exposed to heavy doses of Roundup whilst working as a groundskeeper at a school in Northern California.

Plaintiff awarded $289 million

Mr Johnson is not expected to live more than a few months. The jury awarded him $289 million in damages. Of course, Monsanto will appeal, which will likely mean that MrHarvesting with Roundup Johnson will not see any of the money awarded to him. What a disgrace! This just shows how immoral Monsanto is. The evidence brought to court by the plaintiff was extensive and incontrovertible. The company was shown to have acted with malice aforethought.

Monsanto fabricated evidence

Monsanto knew that Roundup was toxic and could cause cancers. But these facts were hidden from the public. They were found to have fabricated fraudulent evidence that Roundup was not dangerous. They also concealed research showing Roundup caused harm.

5,000 court cases waiting to be heard

There is another case waiting in the wings against Monsanto. Again, this is to do with Roundup causing Non-Hodgkin lymphoma. This case is scheduled for October this year. Then another 5,000 additional plaintiffs are waiting to have their cases heard. All believe that Roundup has caused their Non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

Harvesting with RoundupMost used agro chemical of all time

Roundup, which is a glyphosate based herbicide, is the most used agrochemical of all time. An incredible 1.8 million tons of the stuff has been put on American soil since 1974.

EWG doing independent tests

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) were charged with doing independent laboratory testing to determine just how much glyphosate was found in US foods. This should obviously be the job of the FDA. They have reported ‘a fair amount’ of residues but their findings have not been made public. The FDA is an agency set up to protect US citizens.

FDA approvedFDA derelict in their duty

They are derelict in their duty to the public they are supposed to safeguard. Instead of doing their duty, they kowtow to large companies like Monsanto. Because of the FDA’s weaknesses and fraudulent practices, the public suffer intolerable diseases and conditions that could be avoided. Allowing glyphosate to be marketed and not pulling Roundup and banning it, must be one of their worst failures. They know, like Monsanto, that this toxin causes serious damage to health. They, like Monsanto, are guilty of malice aforethought.

43 out 45 oat foods tested positive

The testing done by the EWG found that 43 out of 45 foods made with oats tested positive for glyphosate. Out of those 43, 31 were found to have glyphosate levels in excess of safe levels for children.

Organic foods

doritosTesting was also done on some 16 organic foods. It was found that 5 of those tested contained glyphosate. The levels were however, lower than the EWG’s benchmark of 160 parts per billion (ppb).

Kids foods

Other tests conducted in 2016 found glyphosate residues in popular snacks such as Doritos, Oreos and Stacy’s pita chips. It would be a mammoth undertaking to test all foods, but that is what needs to be done to bring the food companies to task. They must insist that the ingredients they use for their products, are free of dangerous pesticides such as Roundup. We the public can vote with our feet by not purchasing these poisoned foods.

EPA says 1-2 year olds more at risk

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says that 1-2 year olds will likely have the highest glyphosate exposure. This level is twice the level of California’s ‘no significant risk’ level, but 230 times more than the EWG’s guideline health level.

OreosQuaker admits using glyphosate preharvest

Despite cries of ‘foul’ by the likes of Quaker, they do admit that glyphosate is commonly used preharvest. But they do say: “Glyphosate is commonly used by farmers across the industry who apply it preharvest. Once the oats are transported to us, we put them through our rigorous process that thoroughly cleanses them (dehulled, cleaned,roasted and flaked). Any levels of glyphosate that may remain are significantly below any limits and well within compliance of the safety standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the European Commission as safe for human consumption.”

One sample of Quaker oats was 1,300 ppb

However the testing done by the EWG revealed a different story. One sample of Quaker oats had a glyphosate level of 1,300 ppb and another had 1,100 ppb. Other foods preharvested with glyphosate include:

  • CanolaHarvesting with roundup
  • Non-GE corn
  • Flax
  • Lentils
  • Millet
  • Peas
  • Potatoes
  • Rye and buckwheatlentils
  • Non-GE soybeans
  • Sugar beet
  • Sunflowers
  • Triticale
General Mills being sued

A law suit was filed against General Mills of Florida just a few days after Mr Johnson won his case against Monsanto. The plaintiff Mounira Doss says that General Mills had a duty to disclose the presence of glyphosate in Cheerios cereal products, but failed to do so. (The Cheerios Glyphosate Weedkiller Class Action Lawsuit is Mounira Doss v. General Mills, Case No. 0:18-cv-61924, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.)

formula with glyphosatePediaSure Enteral Formula

PediaSure Enteral Formula, is a nutrional drink for infants and children via feeding tubes. When tested, it was found that 30% of samples contained glyphosate levels of over 75 ppb. Levels of just 0.1 ppb have been shown to destroy the gut bacteria of chickens.

Roundup-ready wheat!

So why is there so much glyphosate in the food supply? Well, it’s not just the GMO foods that are being treated with Roundup. Roundup-ready soy, wheat and corn are designed to withstand the lethal effects of the chemical. Knowing this, the public may tend to choose non-GMO foods but that is not the answer.

wheat intoleranceWhat about wheat intolerance?

The massive Celiac disease increase directly correlates to the increase in Roundup use over the years. Just a coincidence, or are you intolerant to poison, not gluten!

Glyphosate applied just before harvest

The problem is, glyphosate is sprayed onto foods just before harvest. In other words, the chemical is being used as a desiccant and preharvest treatment to speed up the drying and ripening times. This makes it easier to harvest and means more profits.  Again, follow the money! Dessication improves profits because farmers are penalised if crops contain moisture.  The more moisture content, the lower the price given. Money is the reason why glyphosate is being found in nearly all foods tested, to the detriment of public health.

Ches PowerGlyphosate contamination is everywhere

Other areas where glyphosate is found is in the water supply, the air we breath, in the rain. It’s been found in breast milk and urine. Vaccines have found to contain it including Tdap, pneumococcal, influenza and MMR. Most worrying, glyphosate has been found in the vaccine given to babies within 24 hours of birth, the contraversial hepatitis B vaccine. Refuse this vaccine, it is a money spinner for pharmaceuticals and is an unnecessary risk for baby.

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10 thoughts on “Glyphosate and cancer – Monsanto found guilty!

  1. Thank you so much for your article. I have never heard of it.  And it is something everybody should know about. And I’m so glad I don’t eat cereals –  the main food area glyphosate are in. It makes sense that it’s being used, mass production and keeping production going. Scary – isn’t it? But you’ve begun the process of informing people about glyphosate.  I like to eat organic foods where I can. It’s nice to know what companies are actually doing to make these packaged foods and what the difference is between non-organic. Wow, thank you for sharing this article, I’m happy to help spread the word about this!

    1. Glyphosate is everywhere. You probably have some in your garage, especially if you have a garden or weeds. Roundup is the most common source of this poison and it’s been around for donkey’s years, poisoning our land and us all this time. It has been found in breast milk would you believe. Just make sure you don’t use it!

      Thank you for taking it on board and spreading the word. The unsuspecting public have no idea what’s really going within these large companies like Bayer/Monsanto. They are out for profits and power only. Collateral damage is of no importance to them. That goes for the pharmaceuticals who control the medical profession in the US and here in Europe. Why else are you “mandated” to be vaccinated. The US has the highest deathrate for infant mortality than all other western world countries. Our children are at risk!

      We are all too trusting. We now have to change our paradigms and start taking care of our own and be aware that some things are not what they seem.

      1. What about flour? I make my own treats for my grands. Am I poisoning them too? If so, how do I avoid it?

        1. Hi Sherry, we also make our own bread but we always use organic flour. You should be able to obtain it easily, especially if you have a farm shop or local growers. In our neck of the woods, the organic flour is no more expensive than flour from the big supermarkets. I researched our area to find those producing organic flour and was surprised at the number of outlets!

  2. Wow that’s scary. And my daughter is mad about Dorito’s and Oreo’s.  It’s scary to know that Glyphosate is everywhere, and that is probably one of the causes of the high incidence of cancers worldwide at the moment.

    When I was a child I remember only hearing about old people dying of cancer. Now it seems that younger and younger people are becoming victims.

    Sad that something cannot be done at a quicker rate to get rid of these toxins in our environment, especially if government knows how harmful they actually are.

    1. Hi Michel and thanks for your comments. Yes, times are changing and I think our health is getting worse year on year. So many youngsters are now suffering so many different diseases and conditions and you know what they say “rubbish in, rubbish out” and that goes for what you eat too. Feed your body rubbish and it will make you sick.

      Hopefully, you will change what you give your lovely daughter as a treat. Choose real food for you and your family and know where it comes from and how it has been reared or produced. It is hard work keeping well but it does get easier as you research and learn about what’s good and bad for you. Ignore what’s on the packet, it’s often manipulated to fool you. Use your own common sense. Remember that food manufacturers’ main aim is to make a profit, not keep you in good health. Same goes for the pharmaceuticals and the chemical industries.

  3. Hi Ches,
    What a fascinating and honestly quite disturbing article on glyphosate and cancer. While it is disturbing quite honestly I can’t say I’m surprised. These “agri-business” companies aren’t in it for everyone’s health, they are in business to make money. Even if that means at the expense of people’s health. The story about Mr. Johnson is a terrible travesty.
    I think you’ve got the exact right attitude. We have to vote with our feet if it’s ever going to make a difference. In general I eat a fairly “clean” diet with little to no processed foods. Your story and great article is one of the primary reasons why.
    Keep up the good work,
    Mat A.

    1. Hi there Mat and thanks for your input and reading the article. All we can do is eat as healthy as we can afford and let food manufacturers know how we feel about their glyphosated poisoned food. It is very difficult to know which food is best to buy. Organic is probably the best bet but even then, you can’t be sure it’s truly organic.

      Questioning the food you’re buying is a good start. Take some food, say some veggie, to the manager of the supermarket and ask if the item has been grown using glyphosate. You’ll probably get a strange look as he goes to find out. When he comes back and confirms it has been grown with glyphosate, give it back to him and say you won’t buy it! If he says it hasn’t been glyphosated, ask where it was grown so you can talk to the farmer. 

      Customers have to pull together and show their knowledge and dissatisfaction. Keeping quiet and putting up with the situation is not going to help. Also, spreading the word about this toxin and refering to this court case and the thousands of cases waiting to be heard. If you know anyone with non-hodgkin lymphoma or skin cancer tell them about glyphosate and Roundup. It could have caused their disease.

  4. Thank you so much Chessie for the warnings.
    I had no idea there was so much go the cancer causing glyphosate in our common foods. It makes sense though given its so widely used.
    What foods to do recommend for breakfast cereal for us that are safe then?
    What else can we do about so much glyphosate in our food supply? So are there products we can take to help get rid of it from our bodies?
    Many thanks John

    1. Hi John and thanks for your comments and questions. I live in the UK and I am struggling to find foods that have not had the Roundup treatment. I now don’t eat cereals as they seem to be the major source and the most popular food consumed, ie. bread, cakes, biscuits, oats, corn, wheat, the list is endless. I choose to eat free range or organic eggs, organic bacon, organic potatoes, organic chicken. It’s a real pain that I feel I have to be so choosy about the food I feed my family. We have just installed a polytunnel in our garden to grow our own food. But many people don’t have gardens and back yards. What do they do? 

      It would appear that glyphosate is everywhere and no doubt in the bodies of most Americans and many Europeans. In fact, probably the majority of the world population. Glyphosate is used worldwide.

      The only way we can combat this poison is to vote with our feet. We must speak with our food suppliers and let them know we will not be eating any food with glyphosate. It will be a slow job but the public voice is the only way this will change. I have already been down to our local farm supplies which has Roundup on show in their shop and asked them why they are still selling this toxic product. I get blank looks, mostly because people are ignorant of the truth, but it’s the only way to spread the word. The ground-breaking court case, which has been won by Mr Johnson is a good example to give to those who just don’t know what’s going on.

      As for ridding your body of glyphosate, the only thing you can do is make sure your vitamins, minerals and other nutrients are in balance and you’re body is not lacking any. Keeping the The Function of Mitochondria in good fettle is the place to start as mitochondria produce our energy and are found in the cells where all problems of illness eminate. I take supplements but consider magnesium, vitamin K2, vitamin C and the B complex to be of major importance. Do your own research for your own body. If you don’t get much sunshine, vitamin D3 is vital. 

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