Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D. | Glyphosate [Roundup]: The GMO Pathway to Disease & Cellular Death

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S y n o p s i s 

Celiac disease, and, more generally, gluten intolerance, is a growing problem worldwide, but especially in North America and Europe, where an estimated 5% of the population now suffers from it. Symptoms include nausea, diarrhea, skin rashes, macrocytic anemia and depression. It is a multifactorial disease associated with numerous nutritional deficiencies as well as reproductive issues and increased risk to thyroid disease, kidney failure and cancer. Here, we propose that glyphosate, the active ingredient in the herbicide, Roundup®, is the most important causal factor in this epidemic. Fish exposed to glyphosate develop digestive problems that are reminiscent of celiac disease. Celiac disease is associated with imbalances in gut bacteria that can be fully explained by the known effects of glyphosate on gut bacteria. Characteristics of celiac disease point to impairment in many cytochrome P450 enzymes, which are involved with detoxifying environmental toxins, activating vitamin D3, catabolizing vitamin A, and maintaining bile acid production and sulfate supplies to the gut. Glyphosate is known to inhibit cytochrome P450 enzymes. Deficiencies in iron, cobalt, molybdenum, copper and other rare metals associated with celiac disease can be attributed to glyphosate’s strong ability to chelate these elements. Deficiencies in tryptophan, tyrosine, methionine and selenomethionine associated with celiac disease match glyphosate’s known depletion of these amino acids. Celiac disease patients have an increased risk to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, which has also been implicated in glyphosate exposure. Reproductive issues associated with celiac disease, such as infertility, miscarriages, and birth defects, can also be explained by glyphosate. Glyphosate residues in wheat and other crops are likely increasing recently due to the growing practice of crop desiccation just prior to the harvest. We argue that the practice of "ripening" sugar cane with glyphosate may explain the recent surge in kidney failure among agricultural workers in Central America. We conclude with a plea to governments to reconsider policies regarding the safety of glyphosate residues in foods.

More highlights:

-Our gut bacteria and the role it plays in our health; gut issues are epidemic

-Glyphosate has been patented as an antibiotic; what does this mean for the gut?

-It has been shown that Lactobacillus is good for the brain, fighting anxiety an depression

-Good and bad bacteria: What does this mean? Stephanie tells us

-It’s very clear that glyphosate causes fungal infections; what does this mean for our bees, bats and other animals? How does fungus affects humans

-The role of candida in the body

-A fascinating story about the flu which is essentially a healing method; the flu is stealing the sulfates from the muscles and distributing it to the blood

-Why sulfate is important in the body

-The best thing for the pineal gland is sunlight.

-A great way to get magnesium sulfate is to take an epsom salt bath

-God Bless Putin; Russia wants no part of GMOs

-Dr. Seneff tells us why the U.S. will be the last country to reject GMOs

-Either it goes away or we go away

-Glyphosate chelates manganese and it’s really causing problems with fertility

-There’s only a small group of people doing this kind of research; the 2 hour talk that changed Dr. Seneff"s life

-The reason animal food is good for you

-Sulfur deficiency is huge in modern diseases

-How do glyphosates tie into gluten intolerance?

-Going GMO free is not enough, you have to go organic

-and so much more!!!!

B i o 

Stephanie Seneff, PhD, is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. She has a Bachelor’s degree from MIT in biology with a minor in food and nutrition, and her PhD from MIT is in computer science. Dr. Seneff is the first author of several recently published papers on theories proposing that dietary deficiencies in critical nutrients such as sulfur, taurine, zinc, cobalamin, choline, etc., as well as insufficient sun exposure, compounded by chronic exposure to multiple environmental toxins, can explain many modern diseases/conditions, such as autism, heart disease, obesity, asthma, gastrointestinal disorders, arthritis and Alzheimer’s disease. She has also spoken on these topics in several youtube videos as well as in radio interviews and at conferences on nutrition and health both in the U.S. and internationally.

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