Breakfast at Monsanto's

Over the last 30 years, billions of pounds of herbicides containing glyphosate (such as Roundup) have been sprayed on our food crops. These glyphosate based herbicides are the most heavily used weed killers in history. They are applied regularly to GMO crops and used on non-GMO crops such as wheat, potatoes, and sugar cane. Because of their heavy use, millions, if not billions, of people worldwide consume glyphosate in their food on a daily basis.

Breakfast at Monsanto’s presents a powerful review of the scientific evidence potentially linking glyphosate to adverse effects on humans and other life forms. In addition to its direct toxicity, glyphosate is also patented as an antibiotic. There is emerging evidence that glyphosate may profoundly alter the delicate balance of bacteria which live in and on our bodies and are essential to good health.

Breakfast at Monsanto’s concludes with recommendations for protecting our health and the environment from these potentially toxic chemicals.

Lee A. Evslin, M.D. is a board certified pediatrician and Fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics. He practiced medicine and served as the CEO of a multidisciplinary medical group and its adjoining hospital. In 2014, he was asked to serve on a Hawai’i state-sponsored pesticide task force. The task force researched and reported on the possible health and environmental consequences of spraying pesticides. After the report was published, Dr. Evslin continued his research, meeting and collaborating with some of the nation’s foremost experts in pesticide toxicity. He received national recognition from the American Academy of Pediatrics for his work on pesticide legislation.

132 pages
Written by Lee A. Evslin, M.D.
Printed in the United States
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