A new study, published in Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology titled, "The effect of metabolites and impurities of glyphosate on human erythrocytes (in vitro)," reveals that the problem with the growing global contamination of the biosphere with agrichemicals used in the farming of genetically modified foods is far worse than most will either admit or acknowledge.
The researchers describe the background context of their study:
"Today, the dissemination of glyphosate in the environment increases, and humans are permanently exposed to its action. Worstcase scenario provides even ten-fold increase of using a glyphosate in the following years . Considering the widespread and frequent use of glyphosate throughout in world, thus the current risk assessment is important because the exposure will concern not only the users of the preparations containing glyphosate, but also those who do not have direct contact with that herbicide."