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STEPHANIE SENEFF a | GLYPHOSATE destroys protein synthesis by subbing for GLYCINE
presents episode 1114 | Dr Stephanie Seneff
Peak Human podcast

Glyphosate [Round-up] correlates with autism in 6 year olds…
Dr Stephanie Seneff, MIT senior professor
-decided to do further research into this connection
“How could this one chemical be so toxic?”
Teamed with Dr Anthony Samsel on 6 published studies
-suggested that glyphosate may be
substituting for glycine [smallest amino acid] -during protein synthesis built from DNA code
-attaching the critical amino acids together
to create the peptide sequence
-protein is the combination of peptides

Each protein has specific tasks to be don:
-enzymes, transporters, receptors, even some hormones
[insulin is a protein] “Critical to life; messed up by glyphosate through the
mechanism of substituting for glycine”
-book: Toxic Legacy

Sapien: correlation, as you said, is not causation,
should be used to form hypotheses, then randomized,
control studies to help determine causation…but
‘nutrition industry’ has used correlation to make many bad
Seneff: yes, focus only on higher order events,
create solutions, that hit those events, but
not the disease. Examples:
Homocysteine: risk for heart disease
-drugs knock it down; but make disease worse
Alzheimers: amyloid beta is risk factor
-drug knocks it down, but disease gets worse


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