crop-dusting-880wYou Are Sharing Your Kitchen with a Killer!

A specialized cancer research agency within the World Health Organization has concluded that the most common weed killer used in crop production in the United States probably causes cancer in humans.

The International Agency for Research on Cancer has released their results on the dangers of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup.  In light of recent findings, they have raised the risk assessment from “possibly” to “probably” causes cancer.

What does this mean to you and your family?…

Since avoiding food is not a practical option, these 5 Simple Steps, offered by Nick Tate’s article on NewsMax-Health, can help you protect yourself and your family:

  1. Wash your fruits and veggies
  2. Peel away the outside layers or skins before eating
  3. Buy organic
  4. If you can’t buy organic, choose the “Clean 15
  5. Use safer household alternatives

You can read the full explanation about each step here:

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