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Roundup herbicide linked to celiac disease and gluten intolerance, new study suggests

(NaturalNews) A new study has found that the world's best-selling herbicide is linked to the global rise of celiac disease, gluten intolerance and irritable bowel syndrome.

According to the U.S. peer-reviewed study, the details of which were published by Dr. Anthony Samsel and Dr. Stephanie Seneff, the rise in disease has coincided with the increased use of glyphosate (Roundup) herbicide.

The paper has been published in the Journal of Interdisciplinary Toxicology.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/044150_Roundup_herbicide_celiac_d...




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some spray RU on wheat to ripen it

Grain is harvested before fully developed, in addition to chemical residue.

Duh!

Who ever heard of epidemic "gluten intolerance" before Monsanto started making "Franken Foods"?
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bumping--

chemicals (manmade) and what they do to people, that I get. The chemical industry is the monster sleeping in the basement--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

The failure to uphold personal and property rights will end US

Instead we get the FDA that sanctifies poisons and rejects science based nutrition.

Chemicals are not the problem. Government protects favored industries in favor of employment. Our representatives see fit to overturn the Constitution for the "greater good" so-called.

We've been bamboozled by visions grandeur hiding grim realities.

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I don't disagree with your principles and premises, but--

the fact is that many of those chemicals are not necessary; often they are the product of warfare.

I don't want to say too much here, but I am aware of some who have experienced chemical poisoning, and just as it's easy to blame pharmaceuticals (in the same way as chemical companies), because of the damage they do, not everyone is damaged, more than likely, so it is important to hang on to principles.

I am also aware that some chemicals are necessary, but I think that our present earth is covered with a chemical soup, that is highly toxic and will continue to result in endocrine disorders, even among the very young.

And I know that everyone/living thing is made up of chemicals; I took organic chemistry. :)

Synthetic chemicals, however, have made life not very worth living for some people close to me, so I have a knee-jerk about this.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

In organic chem lab we made

In organic chem lab we made trans stilbene using the
wittig reaction.

Trans Stilbene is colorless or slightly yellow crystals.

What we got was a brown sludge full of byproducts.

Agent Orange was was a mixture of equal parts of two herbicides, 2,4,5-T and 2,4-D. Both determined to be non-toxic to humans.

But, Agent Orange contained the sludge of byproducts which included toxic halogenated dioxins. No need to spend money purifying a product to be used in chemical warfare.

A free press that is able to report on outcomes of property damage and personal injury would allow a market to evaluate risk and harm.

Relying on government is foolish. First, they cry about mercury. Don't eat tuna fish!

Then, they turn around and mandate mercury filled light bulbs. Face palm.

The customers evaluate long term risk and harm better than an agenda driven government.

The first herbicide I bought was for a major poison ivy infestation. Spouse was very sensitive.

I used charcoal fluid and fire to kill ground wasps.

Other that fuels, paints and soaps, if it wasn't edible we didn't buy it, as a rule.

If it's not a cosmetic or topical medicine it doesn't belong on skin.

Biological processes are well defined enzymatic reactions. Chemical processes are thermal reactions that produce potential toxins.

How best is harm established and published?

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I agree about the free press--

it's out there on a grass roots level and over the internet--

but I think one of the worst enemies for people with chemical problems is the AMA. They shut down many M.D.s who were trying to talk about it--

I agree that government regulations are not the way to go; it's a quagmire.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Bump

Correlation does not mean causation, but suggests further investigations would be prudent.

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You just gotta love Roundup.

You just gotta love Roundup.