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Gluten intolerance – glyphosate ingredient in Roundup®

In one new study, it was found that the herbicide “Roundup” of the American agro-chemical giant Monsanto (now owned by BAYER) is responsible for gluten intolerance (celiac disease) and its spread at a rate similar to the epidemic.

“Celiac disease and gluten intolerance generally are an increasing problem worldwide, but especially in North America and Europe, where approximately 5% of the population suffer,” the researchers wrote in a meta-analysis of almost 300 studies.

‘We believe that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup® herbicide, is the most important causative factor in this epidemic,’ they added.

The study, published in the journal Interdisciplinary Toxicology in 2013, was almost completely ignored by the media except for Mother Earth News and The Healthy Home Economist.

Now that glyphosate receives the attention it deserves, being listed as the cause of cancer in lawsuits for 280 million in the United States (note, $ 1 billion in damages has already been awarded in court, translator) and classified as carcinogenic by the World Health Organization and California, it’s time to look at the role of this chemical in diseases that cause:

Symptoms of this so-called “gluten intolerance” or celiac disease are shockingly similar in the symptoms of experimental animals that have been exposed to glyphosate, the study’s authors, Anthony Samsel, an independent scientist who advises the US Department of Health (on arsenic pollution worked for US Coast Guard in the field of chemical safety) and Stephanie Seneff, senior researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a private research university in Cambridge.

They also pointed to recent studies on the effect of glyphosate on the digestive tract of fish. It reduced the amount of digestive enzymes and bacteria, destroyed mucosal folds, destroyed the structure of microvilli in the intestinal wall and increased the secretion of mucus.

“These changes are very similar to celiac disease,” writes Samsel and Seneff.

In addition, the number of people diagnosed with gluten intolerance and celiac disease has increased in line with the growing use of glyphosate in agriculture, especially after the practice of sprinkling cereals, the herbicide just before harvest, which began in the 1980s became routine in the 1990s:

While some speculate that the recent increase in celiac disease (which began, according to the graph above, circa 2000) was simply due to better diagnostic options, recent research suggests that there is unfortunately more to it.

In 2009, scientists sought gluten antibodies in frozen antisera obtained in 1948 to 1954 for the production of gluten antibodies and compared them with samples taken in humans today. They found that the incidence of celiac disease in the younger generation increased fourfold.

As further evidence, scientists mention the following points:
“Celiac disease is associated with an intestinal disorder that can be fully explained by the known effect of glyphosate on intestinal bacteria.”

“Celiac disease is associated with the impairment of cytochrome P450 enzymes. Glyphosate is known to inhibit cytochrome P450 enzymes. “

“Deficiencies of iron, cobalt, molybdenum, copper and other rare metals, such as those associated with celiac disease, may be due to the strong ability of glyphosate to bind these elements in complexes.”

“The deficiencies of tryptophan, tyrosine, methionine and selenomethionine associated with celiac disease are consistent with the known destruction of these amino acids by glyphosate.”

“Celiac patients also have an increased risk of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, which is also associated with glyphosate exposure.”

“The incidence of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma has increased dramatically in most Western countries in recent decades. Statistics from Amerijan Cancer Society show an 80% increase since the early 1970s, when glyphosate was first introduced to the market. “

“Celiac disease-related replication problems, such as infertility, miscarriages and congenital malformations, are also explained by the action of glyphosate.”

Glyphosate residues in cereals, sugar and other crops probably have been growing recently, because the grain is dried by glyphosate just before harvesting, say the researchers. This concealed, illegal practice has become routine among conventional farmers since the 1990s.

Ironically, this practice increases yields by killing them. Just before the death of plants, they release their seeds to spread the species:

“The plant tries to sow when it begins to die. The last thing he releases his seeds, “said Seneff to The Healthy Home Economist.

THE MORA OF THIS HISTORY: We must live without glyphosate, and not without gluten. And that means eating in an ecological way, especially when it comes to cereals and animals eating these seeds. Well, you will have to learn to live without gluten until you heal your intestines.In one new study, it was found that the herbicide “Roundup” of the American agro-chemical giant Monsanto (now owned by BAYER) is responsible for gluten intolerance (celiac disease) and its spread at a rate similar to the epidemic.

“Celiac disease and gluten intolerance generally are an increasing problem worldwide, but especially in North America and Europe, where approximately 5% of the population suffer,” the researchers wrote in a meta-analysis of almost 300 studies.

‘We believe that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup® herbicide, is the most important causative factor in this epidemic,’ they added.

The study, published in the journal Interdisciplinary Toxicology in 2013, was almost completely ignored by the media except for Mother Earth News and The Healthy Home Economist.

Now that glyphosate receives the attention it deserves, being listed as the cause of cancer in lawsuits for 280 million in the United States (note, $ 1 billion in damages has already been awarded in court, translator) and classified as carcinogenic by the World Health Organization and California, it’s time to look at the role of this chemical in diseases that cause:

Symptoms of this so-called “gluten intolerance” or celiac disease are shockingly similar in the symptoms of experimental animals that have been exposed to glyphosate, the study’s authors, Anthony Samsel, an independent scientist who advises the US Department of Health (on arsenic pollution worked for US Coast Guard in the field of chemical safety) and Stephanie Seneff, senior researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a private research university in Cambridge.

They also pointed to recent studies on the effect of glyphosate on the digestive tract of fish. It reduced the amount of digestive enzymes and bacteria, destroyed mucosal folds, destroyed the structure of microvilli in the intestinal wall and increased the secretion of mucus.

“These changes are very similar to celiac disease,” writes Samsel and Seneff.

In addition, the number of people diagnosed with gluten intolerance and celiac disease has increased in line with the growing use of glyphosate in agriculture, especially after the practice of sprinkling cereals, the herbicide just before harvest, which began in the 1980s became routine in the 1990s:

While some speculate that the recent increase in celiac disease (which began, according to the graph above, circa 2000) was simply due to better diagnostic options, recent research suggests that there is unfortunately more to it.

In 2009, scientists sought gluten antibodies in frozen antisera obtained in 1948 to 1954 for the production of gluten antibodies and compared them with samples taken in humans today. They found that the incidence of celiac disease in the younger generation increased fourfold.

As further evidence, scientists mention the following points:
“Celiac disease is associated with an intestinal disorder that can be fully explained by the known effect of glyphosate on intestinal bacteria.”

“Celiac disease is associated with the impairment of cytochrome P450 enzymes. Glyphosate is known to inhibit cytochrome P450 enzymes. “

“Deficiencies of iron, cobalt, molybdenum, copper and other rare metals, such as those associated with celiac disease, may be due to the strong ability of glyphosate to bind these elements in complexes.”

“The deficiencies of tryptophan, tyrosine, methionine and selenomethionine associated with celiac disease are consistent with the known destruction of these amino acids by glyphosate.”

“Celiac patients also have an increased risk of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, which is also associated with glyphosate exposure.”

“The incidence of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma has increased dramatically in most Western countries in recent decades. Statistics from Amerijan Cancer Society show an 80% increase since the early 1970s, when glyphosate was first introduced to the market. “

“Celiac disease-related replication problems, such as infertility, miscarriages and congenital malformations, are also explained by the action of glyphosate.”

Glyphosate residues in cereals, sugar and other crops probably have been growing recently, because the grain is dried by glyphosate just before harvesting, say the researchers. This concealed, illegal practice has become routine among conventional farmers since the 1990s.

Ironically, this practice increases yields by killing them. Just before the death of plants, they release their seeds to spread the species:

“The plant tries to sow when it begins to die. The last thing he releases his seeds, “said Seneff to The Healthy Home Economist.

THE MORA OF THIS HISTORY: We must live without glyphosate, and not without gluten. And that means eating in an ecological way, especially when it comes to cereals and animals eating these seeds. Well, you will have to learn to live without gluten until you heal your intestines

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