Scientist Says Body Fat Is Actually Protective?
About a year ago, I sat down with MIT researcher Dr. Stephanie Seneff to talk about glyphosate and autism.
Our discussion motivated me to start growing my own vegetables. Even organic food contains significant levels of this herbicide that has been linked to many health ailments.
Recent research shows that this substance has made it into our water supplies and rainwater.
Dr. Seneff also brought up an interesting finding: the autism epidemic parallels the increase in the consumption of Roundup Ready crops.
We often hear scientists blame sugar consumption and low-fat diets for the increasing epidemic, but Stephanie Seneff’s research suggests that environmental toxins and glyphosate are hidden drivers of the obesity and autism epidemic. otherwise.
She says that body fat is protective against environmental toxins, and this is why:
Here are a few key takeaways from the interview:
This discussion is part of the autism intensive interview series that we aired in January. If you’re interested in checking out some of those interviews and learning more about how to raise happy and healthy children, click here.
02:18 Glyphosate on Crops
03:05 Human Consumption of Glyphosate
04:35 History of Glyphosate
05:50 Glyphosate/Disease Correlations
06:38 Tracking Potential Causes of Autism, Obesity
09:21 Gut Microbes and Glyphosate
10:13 New Glyphosate Product:
13:31 Oxalic Acid and Kidney Function
15:51 Preventing Glyphosate Exposure
19:32 Diseases Linked to Glyphosate Exposure
20:13 Bone Health and Glyphosate
22:01 Obesity, Toxins and Glyphosate
28:32 Glyphosate and the Gut Microbiome
30:34 Confined Animal Feeding Operations and Antibiotics
32:11 Glyposate and Gut Permeability (Leaky Gut)
36:24 Glyphosate and Methylation (MTHFR)
38:15 Folic Acid, Folate and GMO Foods
49:48 Estrogen Disruption and Glyphosate
Direct download: 147_Stephanie_Seneff_PhD.mp3
-- posted at: 10:51am PDT