Friday, February 10, 2017

Is there a relationship between Roundup and world-wide NAFLD?

In early 2014 Dr Jones wrote about the hazard posed by high fructose corn syrup - and sugar from all sources.  Of particular concern is the rising incidence world-wide of NAFLD - Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease.  Consequences of NAFLD include Type II Diabetes, obesity and other 'diagnoses'.  The truth is that NAFLD wreaks havock on the liver and GUT, both of which cause a myrida of problems for the body burden.

https://nutritionpureandsimple.com/Images/PDF%20JJProtocols/FattyLiverDisease.pdf
In general, Dr Jones' nutritional recommendations for NAFLD include minimizing sugar and carbohydrate intake, accenting fatty fish oil consumption, including nutritional supplements like Ultra Omega Linic, Antioxidants and Probiotics.

An article published in January of 2017 discusses recent work by Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini of the University of Caen, France - "Roundup causes non alcoholic fatty liver disease at very low doses"  

Dr Seralini has been studying the effects of Roundup for many years.  For more information visit gmoseralini.com and/or http://www.gmoevidence.com/  In addition, there is some indication that Monsanto has know about the effects of its herbicide since the early 1980's.

In the latest study "Cutting-edge molecular profiling analyses reveal that the popular weedkiller Roundup causes liver damage at doses permitted by regulators. Report: Claire Robinson". 

So, there is a known world- wide link to NAFLD from high sugar intake PLUS another world- wide association from even low-dose exposure to Roundup. 

How's that for a double whammy?