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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

The Detox Project will be testing for glyphosate

The program was so popular that they have had to stop testing until they get a bigger lab!

The Detox Project, partnered with some NGOs, have been looking for 3 years to find the best way to test for glyphosate in foods and urine. Here are some bullet points about why and how to test for glyphosphate:
  1. Agencies should be testing for glyphosate in food.
  2. ELISA testing is not reliable. Don't use it. 
  3. Minimum limits of detection of should be 0.5 parts per billion (PPB) or lower for urine and water and under 20 PPB for food samples.
  4. Validated or Verified LC/MS/MS (Liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry) testing methods are the most responsible methods.
  5. Some LC/MS/MS methods used by the food industry are inaccurate.

Source
Detox Project. A description of good testing practices.
Detox Project on getting the testing

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