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[Alert] Garden Chemical Causing DEADLY Brain Disorder?

Want to know the secret to living a long, healthy life?

Don’t fall.

It sounds silly… but it’s true.

Falls are one of the leading reasons seniors end up in long-term care or nursing homes.

And adults 70 and older are THREE TIMES more likely to die from a simple fall.

Now, new research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has discovered that a simple household chemical may make you more likely to suffer serious injury from a deadly fall.

And there’s a good chance you’re using it in your garden right now.

You know by now that I’m no fan of RoundUp, the weed-killer that’s used in lots of backyards and is poured all over genetically-modified (GMO) crops.

Glyphosate, the main ingredient in RoundUp, has even been linked to cancer.

But that’s just the tip of the iceberg…

Because if you’re exposed to too much RoundUp, you may not survive your next fall.

MIT researchers have found that exposure to glyphosate is linked to a condition called Diminished Brain Resilience Syndrome (DBRS).

DBRS makes even the slightest head injury a potentially fatal incident for anyone over 70.

So how is glyphosate harming our brains?

Well, there are plenty of ways…

Specifically, it depletes our sulfate and glutathione levels, which leaves brain tissue vulnerable.

Glyphosate can also cause an imbalance in gut bacteria, which eventually allows toxins to breach the blood-brain barrier.

All of this making you a sitting duck for DBRS… and can make a stumble over a curb, or a bump on the head, fatal.

And the news gets even worse…

DBRS caused by glyphosate exposure has also been linked to the risk of Alzheimer’s, dementia, cancer, depression, and more.

So what can you do?

Avoid exposure to RoundUp by using organic weed-killer and only eating organic produce.

Skip the GMO food. It may cost you a few more dollars now, but it could end up saving your life.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health