Today comes some seriously damning news for major beer brands and also for California wines, which are tainted with the cancerous carcinogen linked to Monsanto’s herbicide weed killer named ‘Roundup’ containing glyphosate, which has now been found inside at least five wines and 15 different types of beer, through a study done by research group US PIRG.
Yes, the elites are slowly trying to poisonous you all, which is no longer a conspiracy theory, but now a well known fact in judging by these latest scientific test results acquired by US PIRG. So, if you have a death wish, then by all means keep on indulging in the wines of California, many with their occult and Satanic symbolism and funny aftertastes, which make you feel sick after a few glasses.
But in hindsight, it’s probably best to avoid all the wines from California, since all of them contain glyphosate, and also avoid the beers mentioned here within, right away!
California wines have been hugely suspect for quite some time now, since all of them have been proven to contain glyphosate, which is almost common knowledge by now, but if not already, then now you already know. However, now also hugely popular beer brands have been caught out in the latest scandal of beverages containing glyphosate, which exposes something seriously wrong in the beverage industry worldwide, wherever Monsanto is involved.
Yes, popular beers such as Coors Light, Miller Lite, Budweiser, Corona, Heineken, Guinness, Stella Artois, New Belgium, Sierra Nevada and Samuel Adams, all tested positive for glyphosate. Whereas, well known wines such as Beringer, Sutter Home, Barefoot, Inkarri and Frey Vineyards all included unusually high levels of the same cancer causing herbicide ‘glyphosate.’
However, don’t be concerned or alarmed since the glyphosate levels are said to be well below the limits set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). But, when has anyone ever trusted the EPA for their health advice, eh?
We think it’s time to be very alarmed, as even traces of the herbicide can lead to fatal cancers if ingested over time, and the US PIRG report claims that glyphosate was also found in the so-called organic ranges of wines and beers, out of the twenty tested so far, 19 were positive for traces of glyphosate.
Think about that before you open your next bottle of Beringer, a California wine, that even we thought tasted alright compared other California wines which clearly don’t. But, we think it’s really best to avoid California wines, all together now…
Also, we can gladly abstain from Heineken as well, since they are also implicated in these tests containing glyphosate weed killer inside beer beverages. Let’s take a look at the glyphosate in beer levels, shall we?
The International Agency for Research on Cancer, part of the World Health Organization, calls ‘Glyphosate – the most common herbicide in the world’ and is an active ingredient in the weed killer Roundup, which is a known human carcinogen.
US PIRG has stated that the findings definitely warrant public concern over their findings, telling USA Today, ‘The levels of glyphosate we found are not necessarily dangerous, but are still concerning given the potential health risks.’
Well, let’s cut to the chase and see the findings in the US PIRG report on glyphosate levels found in popular wines and beers, so you can stop buying them immediately.
(The rankings below are listed by concentration of glyphosate measured parts per billion (ppb), by US PIRG study published in February of 2019.)
- Sutter Home Merlot – 51.4ppb
- Beringer Founders Estates Moscato – 42.6ppb
- Barefoot Cabernet Sauvingnon – 36.3ppb
- Inkarri Malbec: Certified Organic – 5.3ppb
- Frey Organic Natural White – 4.8ppb
Tsingtao Beer – 49.7ppb
Coors Light – 31.1ppb
Miller Lite – 29.8ppb
Budweiser – 27.0ppb
Corona Extra – 25.1ppb
Heineken – 20.9ppb
Guinness Draught – 20.3ppb
Stella Artois – 18.7ppb
Ace Perry Hard Cider – 14.5ppb
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale – 11.8ppb
New Belgium Fat Tire Amber Ale – 11.2ppb
Sam Adams New England IPA – 11.0ppb
Stella Artois Cidre – 9.1ppb
Samuel Smith’s Organic Lager – 5.7ppb
Peak Beer Organic IPA – none detected
There you have some big wine brands such as Sutter Home, Beringer and Barefoot, which really stick out as poisonous, amongst lesser known brands, making you once again avoid all California wines like the plague, since they can make many people feel quite ill. Well perhaps it’s because they all contain glyphosate, which isn’t found in better tasting European wines.
Yes, plus you also have some of your favourite beers implicated by the US PIRG report, such as Budweiser, Corona Extra, Heineken, Stella Artois, Sam Adams, Guinness Draught and Coors light, which truly will ruin your enthusiasm for beer, all in one fell swoop.
Yes, to think that the evils of Monsanto were exempt from your favourite alcoholic beverages, would’ve been naive to think, as this new study reveals. Plus, before any liberals say, “But, not the organic ranges.”
Well, we should trust the US PIRG study, as well, since “yes, even the organic ranges” are not exempt from the traces of the weed killer glyphosate, either.
Kara Cook-Schultz of the US PIRG Education Fund said, “No matter the efforts of brewers and vintners, we found that it is incredibly difficult to avoid the troubling reality that consumers will likely drink glyphosate at every happy hour and backyard barbecue around the country.”
A spokesperson for the Beer Institute told the USA, “Our members work with farmers who go to great lengths to raise their crops sustainably and safely….and the results of the most recent federal testing showed farmers’ use of glyphosate falls well below federal limits.”
A spokesperson for the Wine Institute, stated, “An adult would have to drink more than 140 glasses of wine a day containing the highest glyphosate level measured just to reach the level that California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment.”
The OEHHA has identified “No Significant Risk Level” in California wines, which shouldn’t be too surprising, should it?
But, it might be best to avoid California wines, after the proof’s been shot out the wine barrel, once and for all, so to speak.
Toxicologist William Reeves, working for Bayer, which now owns Monsanto’s Roundup, whom are also currently being sued in 9,300 different lawsuits by farmers and consumers coming down with cancer after coming in close contact with the herbicide; attempted to do some damage control, after these latest findings in popular wines and beers, by saying:
“Assuming the greatest value reported, 51.4ppb, is correct, a 125-pound adult would have to consume 308 gallons of wine per day, every day for life to reach the US Environmental Protection Agency’s glyphosate exposure limit for human.”
‘To put 308 gallons into context, that would be more than a bottle of wine every minute, for life, without sleeping.”
Hmmm, do you still trust Bayer, Monsanto and now these popular alcoholic drinks containing glyphosate? We sure don’t! Plus, add to that, what Kara Cook-Schultz of the US PIRG Education Fund said, ‘With a federal court looking at the connection between Roundup and cancer today, we believe this is the perfect time to shine a spotlight on glyphosate.’
‘This chemical could prove a true risk to so many Americans’ health, and they should know that it is everywhere – including in many of their favorite drinks.’
Yes, it’s time to change what you drink and eliminate all these popular wines and beers from your daily, weekly or even annual intake, since they contain the known carcinogen, glyphosate, which is both poisonous and cancerous to the human body.
Furthermore, it’s not been specified in any further research yet, if the drinks made from grapes i.e. not in California, or beers not made in the places where Monsanto isn’t fully banned yet, if indeed these regions are considered safe, or aren’t also tainted with glyphosate, which will have poisoned the barley and the hops in the process in making your beer.
So, there you have it! We’d end this article with a big “cheers” to everyone, but it might not be appropriate at this stage. So, it’s best to stick with water for now, but also be careful as to what water your drinking, as some of them aren’t truly safe either. Do your research, to keep it healthy, since these things are really worth thinking about, don’t you agree?
Story by The Narrator
Featured Photo Credit: HealthandLove