Do you see the link to diseases being as strong as she proposes, which would make glyphosate the single biggest health issue in the world, or is the criticism that she is purely speculating and over-stating the case valid (e.g. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
A. I get there is legitimacy to glyphosate being tied to various illnesses. There is a huge push for farmers to make more and more, and Monsanto is driving (and I hear "giving incentives" ??) this. Additionally, Monsanto is associated to the marketing of glyphosate (under the name RoundUp) to use on their crops. Monsanto crops and Monsanto affiliated glyphosate equals money in the pockets of the top people at Monsanto and the PTW (Powers That Were) tied to them.
Monsanto and glyphosate execs know the dangers, but do (I hear) "strategic tests" that support the "health effects" being minimal. They focus on the "desired" clinical test results and base their PR around it. They know they have a good thing going, and don't want to lose it. It truly is a case of money and greed dictating over the ethics behind right and wrong.
It is hard to avoid (it is everywhere). It gets in the crops, and the animals that eat the crops. It is also in the air we breathe (if you go anywhere near a farmer's field around a time it has been sprayed). The best defense is to always be working on a detox (doesn't have to be aggressive, but something). For example, drink lots of water to give you system an easier outlet for purging. Try to eat organic when you can (but it is even leaking into that food supply via cross contamination) and thoroughly rinse fruits and veggies.
Sensitive people can react even more adversely to glyphosate. I get that the body doesn't react to the foods that are eaten, but they react to the toxins associated to the food (like in the case of celiac, IBS, crohn's and certain autoimmune dis-eases). Our body's are intelligent and don't attack themselves, but rather the "bad stuff" hiding in it. If you are sensitive, the best approach is a very clean organic diet. Read labels, and pay attention. Also start a personal mantra to thank the food, allow it to nourish your body and purge what is not needed. (Don't beat yourself up if you eat the cake at a birthday party, but try to focus on being as clean at eating as possible during the majority of the time).
And that is all I have for this reading. Thank you. Love and light-