In the first part of this documentary, I counted 22 segments of people being interviewed.
15 segments by male experts
1 segment by a female expert
6 segments by a female patient (personal story).
This is incorrect. Yes, glyphosate indeed inhibits plant pathways to make these amino acids, but those plants will die.
This does not seem to match the 20% that this recent study found in 36 309 US adults:
ZB, MD is on again. He sketches a bleak feature, based on extrapolating the growing autism rates, of one in 3 children who will have autism in 2035.
CDC: "About 6% of married women aged 15 to 44 years in the United States are unable to get pregnant after one year of trying (infertility). "
"The percentage of married women aged 15–44 who were infertile
fell from 8.5% in 1982 (2.4 million women) to 6.0% (1.5 million) in 2006–2010."
I have no idea where ZB is basing his numbers on, but they appear to be very inflated.
"So where is the hope? It turns out, it is in the microbiome. The microbiome is so freaking forgiving, and so passionate about life itself. It springs forth life everywhere it touches. It can make life out of nothing. "