Sarah M. Carroll, EdD is a retired Professor of Education on a mission to end human suffering and empower individuals to be their best with Super Foods and a healthy lifestyle. This presentation will discuss the most common threats to our health and wellness from this chemical and introduce the solution to re-claiming our health.
Presentation Time: Saturday 11:15-11:45 ~ Early Bird Presentation
Full Lecture Description:
A groundskeeper in California sued Monsanto and won. His claim: Monsanto knew the active ingredient in Round-UP causes cancer and that information about glyphosate was withheld from the public. The court awarded him $259,000,000.00 and denied Monsanto’s appeal. What does this mean to you? Glyphosate is in the soil, air, and water. It is in all of us and most of our pets. Given this information, what do we do next? We can’t hide from it. We can’t escape the pervasiveness of this chemical. Every person who has been tested for glyphosate has tested positive for the chemical. Tumors in dogs now occur at a rate of 1 in every 1.6 dogs. Levels of glyphosate in canine urine test 50% higher than their human companions. Glyphosate poisoning begins with leaky gut syndrome and then attacks bodily systems and functions. This presentation will discuss the most common threats to our health and wellness from this chemical AND present a solution. Currently, there is only one product in the world proven, in pre-clinical trials, to remove and reverse glyphosate poisoning in the human body.
About the Presenter:
Sarah M. Carroll, EdD is a retired Professor of Education on a mission to end human suffering and empower individuals to be their best with Super Foods and a healthy lifestyle. She became interested in the power of Super Foods to help heal the body during her mother’s struggle withe dementia. After 28 years as a University Professor, Sarah gave up tenure to pursue a larger dream: to help people heal themselves through nutrition in order to keep people out of nursing homes and living longer, healthier lives. Sarah and Dennis have been happily married for 17 years and are parents of three adorable cats; they live in the country and enjoy their organic gardens.