Seneff’s study of the terrible glyphosate Roundup shows how this deadly environmental toxin gradually and inevitably stops homeostasis in the human body, with the tragic consequences of disease, degeneration and general suffering. What has so far been completely ignored is that the Shikimat pathway is incorporated into beneficial intestinal bacteria that play a vital role in human health. While the pesticide industry claims that glyphosate is non-toxic to humans, new research published in Entropy strongly supports the opposite, showing how glyphosate is mixed with mammalian physiology. Its residues can be found in the basic foods of the Western diet – sugar, corn, soy and wheat – and in the abundance of foods processed with them. Worse still, the negative effects of exposure to glyphosate are slow and harmful for months and years, as inflammation occurs in the body’s cellular system. Since 2002, Sarah has been a health and nutrition teacher dedicated to supporting families who effectively integrate the principles of traditional nutrition into modern homes. The current consensus is that glyphosate is not harmful to humans and mammals because the Shikimat route is not present in plants and animals. In particular, genetically modified maize and soya are overgrazed in Roundup, as these plants are genetically modified to be immune to the effects of wilting. And why? And why? Because Roundup kills weeds at the root, so that they don’t mock your suburban neighborhood again.