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About The Detox Project

About The Detox Project

The Detox Project is a research and certification platform that brings awareness to the public by testing for toxic chemicals.

We believe you have the right to know what toxic chemicals are in your body and in your food!

The Detox Project’s glyphosate initiative includes:

INFORM YOURSELF: A unique one-stop resource to help you understand more about the probable harm being caused by pesticides and glyphosate-based herbicides worldwide based on information from independent peer-reviewed scientific research.

TEST YOURSELF : The first scientifically validated publicly available mass spectrometry testing for pesticide residues in your hair and glyphosate residues in your urine.

GLYPHOSATE RESIDUE FREEThe Detox Project is working with a number of FDA-registered food testing laboratories to enable food manufacturers to certify their products as Glyphosate Residue Free.

The Detox Project Team

Project Director: Henry Rowlands


Henry was brought up on a family run organic sheep farm in the Pembrokeshire National Park in Wales. His connection to both farming and the protection of the Welsh countryside led to a deep interest in issues related to sustainable agriculture from a young age.

Following work as a news agency Journalist in many countries across Europe, Henry moved on to set up Sustainable Pulse , which focuses on sustainable agriculture and sustainable food. Sustainable Pulse now has a regular readership of over 100,000 people per month from over 125 countries.

Sustainable Pulse is also involved in a number of reference projects, all of which have the aim of educating the public on the problems surrounding the overuse of pesticides. These include The Detox Project, which has set up a unique pesticide testing platform across America.

Henry is also an adviser on sustainable agriculture to a number of governments in the European Union.