Organic diet intervention significantly reduces urinary glyphosate levels in U.S. children and adults
OPEN Environmental research | 17 Aug 2020
J Fagan, L Bohlen, S Patton and K Klein
A growing set of studies show that an organic diet is associated with reduced levels of urinary pesticide analytes. However, with the exception of one pilot study of two individuals, diet intervention studies to date have not analyzed glyphosate, the most commonly used herbicide in the United States and globally.
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