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Poison blood - Part 3 - Food

Updated: Oct 30, 2021

You are being poisoned silently every day, step by step. Unfortunately, this is a deliberate action on a global scale.

I invite you to read all parts of this topic, at the end you will get the exact prescription how to check if it is all true and check how poisoned you are. Everything you read here is a pure proven fact for which you will receive the evidence in the content

I will now describe each of these ingredients to make it clear what it is and where it comes from.

The norm for these chemicals is "0".

None of these compounds should be in the blood at all!

Tolerable - means that some organism can handle it

Borderline - means that the body cannot handle with more

High - means poisoning the body, which in turn leads to the disease

Very high - means serious ! poisoning of the body, which in turn leads to the disease

It may seem funny at the moment, but it is a deeply hidden truth. Blood donation for the content of chemical compounds is not financed by the health insurance, because the truth could be revealed.


This section is devoted to one substance, but we are talking about poisoning with pesticides and herbicides in general. The subject is huge and poisoning is generally allowed and even advisable. If I had added more agents from this group to the list, the poisoning results would have been high.

As you will learn from the video below, there are standards that require the use of these measures!.

11. Glyphosate/AMPA

An intense public and scientific debate has developed over the question of whether glyphosate can cause cancer or promote cancer production. From 2015 this discussion intensified noticeably. A European citizens' initiative called for a ban on glyphosate with almost 1.1 million valid signatures. [10] The reason for this was the upcoming re-authorization in the EU at the end of 2017 and the assessment as “probably carcinogenic” for humans by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).

Glyphosate is a chemical compound from the phosphonate group. It is the main biologically active component of some broad-spectrum or total herbicides and has been marketed by Monsanto as an active ingredient for weed control under the name Roundup since the second half of the 1970s. In terms of quantity, it has been the most important ingredient in herbicides worldwide for years. Glyphosate products are sold by more than 40 manufacturers.

Glyphosate is used in agriculture, horticulture, industry and private households. It is non-selective against plants, which means that all plants treated with it die. Exceptions are crops that have been genetically modified so that they are herbicide-resistant to glyphosate. The glyphosate products offered differ in the salt formulation, the medium (solution or granulate) and the active ingredient content. Examples of formulations are the glyphosate ammonium salt and the glyphosate isopropyl-ammonium salt. The toxicity of ready-formulated, glyphosate-containing herbicides, such as. B. Roundup, can be higher than that of the pure active ingredient glyphosate alone. [5]

The weed killer can now be found not only in the soil and water, but also in our food. Glyphosate has been found in milk, flour, bread, beer and animal feed, among other things - and also in our blood and urine

The products with glyphosate included, for example, the popular Radeberger Pilsener and the Aldi beer Schultenbräu Premium Pilsener. Aldi Nord's beer is also sold in a disposable can: These have a worse environmental balance than returnable glass bottles

The American NGO "Environmental Working Group" (EWG) compiles a list of the foods with the highest levels of pesticide residues from publicly available studies: the "Dirty Dozen".


The dirty dozen









Note despite general poisoning with this agent, the EU re-approved this poisonous agent for widespread use

Now the poisoning is crossed the border line, of the tolerance - poisoned

Read on for the next category of poisoning - ITEM

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