Alzheimer’s: link with glyphosate

A new study confirms that people exposed to glyphosate are at greater risk of developing neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s. Pathologies for which there are no real treatments to heal. The onset of these diseases can be caused or favored by genetic factors, diet, lifestyle, polluting and environmental contaminants.

The study experiment focused on glycophate, a herbicide still widely used today. It has been shown that the ability of glycophate can overcome the blood brain barrier, increasing the risk of developing Alzheimer ‘s and other neurodegenerative diseases. Glyysophate works by increasing TNF-α, Tumor necrosis factor alpha or tumor necrosis factor alpha. The latter is a protein that acts as a pro-inflammatory. High levels of this protein are associated with inflammation brought about by neurological diseases, including Alzheimer’s. Exposure to glyphosphate elevates the production of soluble beta amyloid which contributes to diseases such as Alzheimer’s. In addition, the vitality of neurons decreases. Glyphosphate also modifies genes.

Other studies will confirm the thesis, but it already appears that the link between glyphosphate and Alzheimer ‘s symptoms is present. This pathology is the most common form of dementia and still lacks effective treatment. It presents with mild memory loss and then later impairs cognitive ability and language. Worrying is the fact that glyphosphate can infiltrate the brain and nervous system. Researchers need to delve into this part of the study. Glyphosphate is still considered safe by the Agencies and approved and used in agriculture. It will be authorized at least until 2023.

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