Are Tainted Cheerios Running Hog-Wild on Human Reproductive Organs?
By Ben Bartee - February 19, 2024

Originally published via Armageddon Prose:

The Big G stands for Goodness™ Heart Healthy™ Cheerios contains an extra-special chemical ingredient called chlormequat seen to impair fertility and induce fetal birth defects.

Recent research found it in 90% of American urine samples from 2023, up from 69% in 2017. The research also reported higher concentrations of the chemical in the urine in 2023 compared to 2017.

Via Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology

Chlormequat chloride is a plant growth regulator* whose use on grain crops is on the rise in North America. Toxicological studies suggest that exposure to chlormequat can reduce fertility and harm the developing fetus at doses lower than those used by regulatory agencies to set allowable daily intake levels. Here we report, the presence of chlormequat in urine samples collected from people in the U.S., with detection frequencies of 69%, 74%, and 90% for samples collected in 2017, 2018–2022, and 2023, respectively. Chlormequat was detected at low concentrations in samples from 2017 through 2022, with a significant increase in concentrations for samples from 2023…

Chlormequat exhibits concerning toxicological properties, as documented in historical as well as more recently published laboratory animal studies. In the early 1980s, the impacts of chlormequat exposure on reproductive toxicity and fertility were first described by Danish pig farmers who observed reproductive declines in pigs raised on chlormequat treated grains. These observations were later investigated in controlled laboratory experiments on pigs and mice, whereby female pigs fed chlormequat treated grain exhibited disrupted oestrus cycling and difficulty mating compared to animals on a control chlormequat-free diet. Additionally, male mice exposed to chlormequat via diet or drinking water during development exhibited decreased fertilization capacity of sperm in vitro. More recent reproductive toxicity studies on chlormequat show delayed onset of puberty, reduced sperm motility, decreased weights of male reproductive organs, and decreased testosterone levels in rats exposed during sensitive windows of development, including during pregnancy and early life”

The criticism of the above research, which is valid, will be that correlation does not necessarily equal causation, and the study did not prove that it’s the chlormequat that is devastating human reproductive health via Heart Healthy™ The Big G stands for Goodness™ Cheerios.

Something, though, is causing the precipitous decline in testosterone levels in men and fertility in both men and women. So the question for skeptics is: if it’s not the food supply or other environmental toxins, what is it?

Just look around.

Something is turning human and non-human animals alike into lobotomized eunuchs. If anyone has a better theory aside from chemicals in the food and water supply (and pharmaceuticals), I’m all ears.

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Ben Bartee, author of Broken English Teacher: Notes From Exile, is an independent Bangkok-based American journalist with opposable thumbs.

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