Since more often than not, mysterious ingredients come to mind when reading a label. Of course, most of us haven’t a clue on what those ingredients are that are listed.
The Mystery of Glyphosate
Now many of us see more attorney commercials on TV. So, they want clients diagnosed with Leukemia or Lymphoma; or those exposed earlier to Roundup while working on the job to get in touch with their office.
Our antenna should go up when hearing this. You see, Glyphosate is the main ingredient in Roundup. When you do a search on the internet for Roundup; you will see what is going on. Of course, you must dig deeper to learn the truth.
I read ingredients all the time and have done so for years. On account of my scientific background and training in the medical field. Being a RN, I was responsible for knowing the desired effects as well as the side effects of the drugs being administered.
This is especially important since I am the last in line to either prevent an event or protect the patient from getting worse. Not only do people have allergies to medications; but in addition, one drug may not work with another.
Recently, I watched a very informative video, Secret Ingredients. It is a true eye opener. Knowledge is power. I share it for that reason, along with being an advocate for health and wellness.
Simply put, glyphosate is patented as an antibiotic. It kills the beneficial bacteria we get from probiotics. As a result, this affects the ability of our gastrointestinal tract to produce the “feel good” chemicals from certain amino acids.
Contrary to previous thought; the gut is considered a critical part of our body. So, this is why it is now called the second brain. Next, apply all of this information to small, tiny humans; for example, our children and grandchildren.
We give drugs based upon weight. What is “safe” for an adult is an assault on a kid. The reason behind A-Way With Lice’s® creation of Grace’s NitFlix® is to stop this assault and be the change we want to see. Nothing mysterious here.
As always I welcome your comments.