Leftover Chicken, Red Pepper, Onions and Cabbage

"Onions (sulphur) can bind with digested glyphosate, protecting the body"

Left over chicken, red pepper and onions sautéed in ghee. Salt. A while back I read a research paper that got me thinking that glyphosate was so widespread that it is probably everywhere on the planet (Alonso, L. L., et al. 2018; Lupia, L. et al. 2019). Including the rain. The article explained that if grass is watered with glyphosate-ridden rain, then whatever eats the grass is concentrating glyphosate. Now if a human eats the animal that eats the grass that’s watered by the rain… well, you get the picture. Onions (sulphur) can bind with digested glyphosate, protecting the body (Carnahan, J. 2019). So I’ve read…

Alonso, L.L., Demetrio, P., Agustina, Etchegoyen,M. A., Marino, D. J. 2018. Glyphosate and atrazine in rainfall and soils in agroproductive areas of the pampas region in Argentina. Retrieved 6 June 2021, from https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.07.134

Lupia, L., Bedmarb,F., Puricellic, M., Marinod, D., Aparicioc, V. C., Wunderline, D., Miglioranzaa, K. S. B. 2019. Glyphosate runoff and its occurrence in rainwater and subsurface soil in the nearby area of agricultural fields in Argentina. Retrieved 6 June 2021, from https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2019.03.090

Carnahan, J. 2019. Glyphosate is being inserted into your proteins by mistake. Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine. Retrieved 6 June 2021, from https://www.faim.org/glyphosate-is-being-inserted-into-your-proteins-by-mistake

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