While Kellogg’s CEO says Americans facing inflation should eat cereal for dinner, a study found that 80% of Americans tested positive for a pesticide found in cereals, among others!

A small study conducted by the Environmental Working Group found that four in five Americans [80%], tested positive for chlormequat,  a pesticide used to help crops grow. This pesticide poses a risk to reproductive and developmental health. “In some studies, chlormequat has been linked to reduced fertility, harm to the reproductive system, and altered fetal development.” Additionally, because chlormequat leaves the body quickly – within 24 hours—the findings suggest exposure to the substance is near-constant. 

Lead author of the study, Dr Alexis Temkin, a toxicologist at EWG, said: ‘EWG’s new study on chlormequat is the first of its kind in the US. The ubiquity of this little-studied pesticide in people raises alarm bells about how it could potentially cause harm without anyone even knowing they’ve consumed it.’

In 2017, the detection level was 69 percent. Between 2018 and 2022, the level was 74 percent, and in 2023, the detection level was 90 percent. 

When testing popular food products, the study also revealed chlormequat was in 92 percent of oat-based foods bought in May 2023, including Quaker Oats and Cheerios cereal.  Researchers tested seven organic and 13 non-organic food products, as well as nine wheat-based products.  Chlormequat was detected in 92 percent of non-organic oat-based products, while only two samples of wheat-based foods had low levels.” 

This is just the tip of the Eugenics iceberg. Each time you get sick, you do not have many options to which you can point fingers. Big Pharma, Weather Warfare, Radiation, and the Food Industry are to blame. Cereal, for one thing, is not food and it should not be even used for breakfast, let alone.

But while Americans are being poisoned with this pesticide found in food, which includes cereal, Kellogg’s CEO said that Americans facing inflation should eat cereal for dinner.


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