We reveal for the first time that glyphosate does inhibit the shikimate pathway in the rat gut microbiome. However, glyphosate likely did not kill bacteria via its impact on the shikimate pathway, because bacteria do not need the shikimate pathway to get the aromatic amino acids they need. Like us, they get them from the food we eat.Read More
Author: David Murphy
President Joe Biden has introduced an ambitious climate plan for the United States. Could regenerative agriculture help us get there?
President Biden has pledged to spend up to $2 trillion on climate change initiatives. “Climate change” is a broad-brush topic, so how will these measures impact food, agriculture and regenerative organic farming?Read More
By Zoe Schaeffer, Regenerative Organic Alliance Originally published: MOSES. Regenerative Organic Certified (ROC), a new label for food, fiber, and personal care products, is now accepting applications for certification. The...Read More
This article originally appeared on the Food Revolution Network, an important message about...Read More
By Carolanne Wright – Classified as “probably carcinogenic” by the World Health Organization, glyphosate — the main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup and the world’s most widely used herbicide — has been found in a variety of...Read More