Why I Went Gluten Free

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Are you gluten intolerant or poison intolerant?

I went gluten free and organic with no GMO products when the light bulb went on what was being done to our food supplies here in the USA. I am going to just give you a small intro into the poison that is used to process our foods by the name of glyphosate and it is found in Roundup. Here goes…

There is a company called Monsanto they are the manufacturer of Roundup…

“Monsanto knows exactly what harm is being done to your gut by their RoundUp Ready GMOs. In 2003, Monsanto filed their application to patent glyphosate as an antibiotic/antimicrobial. The patent was granted in 2010. Studies show that glyphosate kills beneficial gut flora. 70%+ of our immune system resides in our gut. Kill the good stuff and the bad stuff can make you sick, overweight, or BOTH.”

This is why I went gluten free so I could control my beneficial gut flora and not eat the crops that are planted and harvest with Roundup…this is how it is done…

“While glyphosate goes hand in hand with GM agriculture, many people are unaware that glyphosate is also used on many non-GMO crops as a desiccant, ripening or drying agent. When these crops (such as wheat, barley, sugar cane, oats, lentils, edible peas, sunflowers, potatoes and cantaloupe) are nearly mature, farmers are allowed to spray glyphosate herbicides on the crop to kill the plant which causes it to dry down for a quicker harvest.”

All of this extends beyond the health of what we eat; it also includes the feeding of cattle and poultry, which in turn we eat also. The majority of American consumers who don’t even have the legal right to know through truthful labeling if they are eating GMOs, are consuming non-organic, Roundup Ready soy, canola, cottonseed or soy on a daily basis, and therefore are being exposed to glyphosate residues year round; additionally, animals fed Roundup sprayed GMO plants will bioaccumulate glyphosate and/or glyphosate metabolites, adding to the consumer’s bodily burden of these gut flora-altering, highly toxic chemicals.

This is why it is so important to know where your food items are coming from and what they have been fed, as leaky gut and many of current diseases that are at epidemic levels are caused by this chemical in our foods…it is criminal to say the least. There is much more to this story, I just want to have my readers become aware and to have them do their own research according to their own life styles.

Please stop using Roundup on your own property also; there are several recipes of essential oils and non toxic weed killers you can use that are not dangerous to your health and that of others.

Here are the countries that have banned GMO farming in them: Italy, Ireland, Scotland, France, Greece, Latvia, Germany, Iceland, Hungry, India, and Indonesia. What is important to know is that even though they don’t grow them, they can still import them, but they require labeling them as such.

Please be responsible and protect yourself and your family by getting informed on this information. I have included the companies owned by Monsanto that sell their GMO products. GMO = Generic Modified Organism

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6 responses to “Why I Went Gluten Free

  1. Would love the receipe for week killer, my garden looks like a jungle.

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  2. Thank you for this valuable information.:)

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  4. Thank you for this Monsanto list…I’ve never seen it before even though I’m onto these death-dealers. Much appreciated my friend, the truth teller 😉

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