You have probably heard about Monsanto, GMOs, Round Up and Biophyphosates. They are all detrimental to our health. The problem is when you find products that claim to be healthy and they end up having the glyphosates, from Monsanto’s Round Up, that are hugely detrimental to our health, it certainly provokes questions about all kinds of health issues.
Last year, a company called GMO Free USA, published a study that showed several of the top cereal brands were in fact made from 100% genetically modified corn, which is bad enough, but they also contained high levels of glyphosates.
Kashi’s product: GoLean apparently has more than 6 times the amount of phyphosates than the well known Kellogg’s Fruit Loops which were historically considered the least healthy cereal!!
Now if we look on the surface, we find that Kashi’s website claims:
“Progressive nutrition is our approach to food. It means we value whole food and put the inherent nutrition of food first when considering every ingredient. It means we make our food with a plants-first mindset. It means we value not just the foods we make, but how we make them by being mindful of sustainable and ethical farming practices.”
But if we look a little deeper, we find that the Kellogg Company purchased Kashi in 2000. Hmmmm. Now it starts to make sense…found on: http://naturalsociety.com/independent-lab-confirms-kashi-go-lean-cereal-loaded-with-toxic-glyphosate/
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