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Gluten is getting the blame, but it's not the real reason wheat is toxic

by , 09 January 2015

Many people around the world can't tolerate wheat products and it's thought to be because of gluten sensitivity.

But new research has discovered that the wheat in Italy doesn't cause these problems despite containing gluten, but the wheat in South Africa does.

So what's the difference between the wheat in one country and the wheat in others?

The answer lies in the growing and harvesting methods each country uses.

Read on to see why your favourite baked goods are slowly poisoning you…

Are harvesting methods to blame for bloated bellies?
The blame for wheat intolerance has been put down to GMO crops, a protein in the wheat that isn’t tolerated well by some people and even cross-reactivity with other grains.
But what about when you’ve eliminated all the above causes and still react badly to wheat?
A recent study has shown that the methods used in harvesting wheat is slowly killing you.
You see, standard protocol in South Africa is to drench a field in the common weed-killer, Roundup, a few days before combine harvesters comb through the fields. This makes the crops dry out faster and “got to seed” as they die. The harvest is then easier and the yield bigger.
Unfortunately for you the deadly poison, glyphosate, is still present in wheat when you buy it in the shops.

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So what’s so bad about Roundup?
It won’t kill you instantly, but it will have a big impact on your overall health.
The active ingredient in Roundup disrupts the balance of the intestinal gut flora. Scientists have proven that it kills the friendly bacteria in your gut. Your gut wall is permeated by food particles which leaves your immune system vulnerable. It pushes up your risk of developing an autoimmune disease by 50%.
This leads to inflammation which builds over time. The consequences of intestinal inflammation are devastating. Take a look…
·        Gastrointestinal disorders
·        Obesity
·        Diabetes
·        Heart Disease
·        Depression
·        Autism
·        Infertility
·        Cancer
·        Multiple Sclerosis
·        Alzheimer’s disease
·        And the list goes on and on and on…
Avoid the degeneration of your body by following these steps
·        Avoid common store-bought wheat
·        Use only organic wheat (available at Health Works www.healthworks.co.za)
·        If your gut has already been damaged, try a healing diet such as GAPS (www.gapsdiet.com)
·        Replace wheat products with other grains or seeds such as Quinoa or Buckwheat which have not been exposed to the same harvesting process
·        Eliminate wheat from your diet and focus on a diet of meat, eggs, vegetables, nuts, seeds and fruits.
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