The dose selected was below what people are commonly exposed to in the everyday environment and 75,000 times below what is permitted by EU regulators.The study found Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in the rates. NAFLD is found in 20% of the general population today, making people wonder if there's a link between Roundup (which contains more chemicals than just glyphosate) and NAFLD. Naturally, a study was warranted. In a previous study, even rats given 0.1ppb (parts per billion!) over 2 years showed liver damage. In the current study, 214 proteins out of 1906 were "disturbed". That's 11.2%. But hundreds of proteins being disrupted is still very bad.
EurActive. Jan 11, 2017.
The study in Nature. Backup link at archive.is.