The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared that an agricultural chemical called glyphosate is a human health hazard.
And, as of July 2017, against the chemical's creator Monsanto’s unsuccessful challenge in court, the state of California EPA has declared that glyphosate is a carcinogen and causes cancer.
Many scientists and respected researchers believe the proliferation of glyphosate may be disrupting our ability to thrive and even to survive as a species. The complications caused by widespread glyphosate toxicity could be in part responsible for a massive increase of physical, mental and immune challenges that are now pervasive among the general population.
The common thread? The food we eat and the environment in which we live. Both of these are now sources of potentially lethal glyphosate contamination.
David Sandoval, author of The Toxin that Came to Dinner, joins Dr. Taz to explore solutions to this dangerous chemical.