Before you eat breakfast be careful, a number of popular breakfast foods and cereals were tested and found to contain potentially dangerous amounts of glyphosate, the main ingredient in weed killer. These foods include granola, instant oats, oat breakfast cereal, snack bars, and whole oats.
Recently, some scientists, doctors and activists around the world have worked to keep glyphosate out of crops due to concerns that it is a dangerous carcinogen. The Environmental Working Group conducted the tests, and the results were shocking...
"We're very concerned that consumers are eating more glyphosate than they know," said Scott Faber, vice president of government affairs at EWG. He has been working to improve food safety standards for more than a decade. He said he and his team at EWG had a lab test involving "45 samples of products made with conventionally grown oats" and found glyphosate – the active ingredient in the Monsanto weed-killer Roundup – in all but two.
The worst offenders were Quaker oat products for traces of gylphosate that could be dangerous for your children to eat. Kellogg products passed for the most part.
See the full story and list of products tested HERE and check your pantries people!!!