Roundup and You with Carey Gillam

 In Cancer, Diet, Environment, GMOs, Health, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, Neurotoxicity, Organic

Roundup and You with Carey Gillam » Listen

Date: October 2, 2017

Episode Description

There is rising awareness and demand for organic foods, and less chemicals.  This interview with Carey Gillam, author of “Whitewash” goes deep into the science of Monsanto’s roundup, and what it means for you, your family and the future.

Dr. Risk’s Thoughts

I am sensitive to a lot of chemicals, and pesticides are no exception.  After hearing Carey talk about what is happening with super weeds and super bugs, it just makes it even more important for me to make choices for my health that don’t include these chemicals.  I hope that shows like this can bring more awareness and change the apathy that we have to these chemicals that are causing so much harm.  Please make the first step your dinner plate.

Guest Information

Carey Gillam is a veteran investigative journalist, researcher and writer with more than 25 years of experience covering corporate news, including 17 years as a senior correspondent for Reuters international news service. She has specialty knowledge regarding the rise of biotech crop technology and associated rise in pervasive pesticide use in our food production system. Gillam works now both as a freelance writer and researcher on food and chemical policy issues and directs research for the nonprofit consumer group U.S. Right to Know. Gillam has won several industry awards for her work and been recognized as one of the top journalists in the country covering food and agriculture. She is a frequent commentator on broadcast programs and appears at conferences to share her knowledge of hotly debated issues involving food and agriculture. Her new book “Whitewash- The Story of a Weed Killer, Cancer and the Corruption of Science” will be on store shelves October 10.

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