780u – Glyphosate Panel (Urine)

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Glyphosate is the most widely used herbicide on the planet. With a staggering 736 million pounds
being used annually globally, it’s crucial to understand its impact on our health and take proactive
measures to mitigate its effects.

Requires:  3.0 – 5.0mL of urine.  Transported in a non-additive container with a leak-proof seal.

Clinical Applications:
1. Contributes to metabolic syndromes and obesity.
2. Significant Contributor to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
3. Bactericidal and seems to kill good microbiome leaving bad microbiome causing microbiome
4. Cytotoxic and genotoxic effects, meaning damage to cells and DNA.
5. Increased oxidative stress, which can lead to inflammation, tissue damage and mutations to the
6. Disruption of the estrogen pathway, which can affect hormone balance and reproductive health.
7. Impairment of important cerebral functions, including memory and learning.
8. Correlation with some cancers, such as non-Hodgkin lymphoma and leukemia.
9. Damage to certain organs in animals like liver, kidney, pancreas, etc.


Further information:

Studies have shown that 86% of people tested have detectable levels of glyphosate in their urine,
with levels skyrocketing by 3800% over the past two decades. Disturbingly, animals bear an even
heavier burden, with dogs found to have levels up to thirty times higher and cats up to sixteen times
higher than humans.

Glyphosate’s harmful effects extend beyond its prevalence; it actively disrupts bacterial populations,
intensifies pathogens, and diminishes beneficial organisms. Moreover, its endocrine-disrupting activity
and cytotoxic nature harm multiple cell types. Research links glyphosate exposure to a myriad of health
concerns, such as fatty liver syndrome, infertility, and an increased risk of certain cancers, including
non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, leukemias, hemangiosarcoma, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, microbiome
dysbiosis, metabolic syndrome, and obesity.

Glyphosate is primarily excreted through urine and feces, which means that by reducing or eliminating
dietary exposure, these levels can rapidly decline within days. Urine glyphosate levels reflect short-term
exposure(days-week) while hair and fur samples offer a longer-term(week-hair) perspective. Good
news is – by combining routinely testing with strategic diet and lifestyle changes, we offer a holistic
approach that guarantees a of glyphosate levels to near zero.


Additional information


Canine, Feline

Patient Status

Acutely Ill, Suspected Cancer, Suspected GI Disease



Specimen Type



Not Required