It’s Not the Gluten – It’s the Round-Up!

(CAVEAT: This article may engender fear. Let not your heart be troubled, however, as I will address the issue from a nutritional and holistic perspective, as well as offer ways to repair the damage glyphosates do to the gut, in my next post. So, hold steady and stay tuned – and read my reply to one of my reader’s comment below, as well as his comment. )

It’s NOT gluten. It’s Round-Up that’s poisoning our wheat. Read this important article to learn the facts about so-called “gluten intolerance.”

Gluten Intolerance is really GLYPHOSATE POISONING

What if….”gluten intolerance” is really “glyphosate poisoning”?

Gluten has been in wheat since it was first grown. Sure, there have always been folks who have problems digesting wheat or grains with gluten. Today, about 50% of the world have problems with gluten. (1) Something has changed.

That “something” is glyphosate. 

Glyphosate has only been on this planet since Monsanto patented it as “Roundup” in 1973. This chemical herbicide goes by 32 or more tradenames and, now that the patent protection expired in 2000, is made by nine chemical companies — most of whom, not coincidentally, are also in the drug business. Over 200 million pounds of it is used all over the world every year. That’s 100,000 tons! Roundup brings in half of Monsanto’s yearly profits. Like vaccines, each manufacturer can add its own extra ingredients called adjuvants or surfactants. Some data suggests that the adjuvants are even more toxic than the glyphosate. (2)

The original use of glyphosate was to prevent weeds. Somewhere along the way, it was discovered that a pre-harvest spraying of glyphosate directly onto the crops made for an easier harvest, as it desiccates the material. WHEAT and CANE SUGAR are the two foods most often treated in this manner. What foods have wheat and sugar? Take a walk down the cereal aisle, the one with the pretty boxes that beckon to your children. See the cookies, crackers, breads, cakes — all those things that have gluten — as well as a double dose of glyphosate.


And I really, really mean “nice.” Etymology: Middle English, foolish, wanton, from Old French, from Latin nescius ignorant, from nescire not to know.

Monsanto applied for the patent on glyphosate with full knowledge that it worked by blocking the shikimate pathway of plants and certain bacteria. Therefore, since people are not plants or bacteria, glyphosate must be safe, they told the FDA.

What Monsanto did not disclose is that the bacteria in a human gut all have shikimate pathways. This is huge. Without gut bacteria, people become very ill and malnourished, develop antibodies to their own organs, mentally depressed, full of yeast and other pathogenic bacteria, and mineral deficient. Nerve transmission fails and energy is gone. The mind cannot focus. Children get labeled at school as having behavior problems. Adults think they are crazy and run to the Prozac. This could only have happened if the scientists at Monsanto and FDA are malevolent and the worst sort of facinorous psychopaths. They are not nice guys, not ignorant of their deeds; let us call them what they are: Murderers.

I submit: You do not have gluten intolerance; that is a symptom. You have been poisoned by glyphosate, therefore you have GLYPHOSATE POISONING. The first step to healing is calling something what it is. Using euphemisms and hiding wickedness behind medicalese and nebulous diagnoses does no one any good. The guilty go free and the victims are denied proper treatment and timely justice.

(1) Dr. Ford, a pediatrician in Christchurch, New Zealand and author of The Gluten Syndrome, says he believes the percentage of people who are gluten-sensitive actually could be between 30% and 50%. Source:

(2) “…with respect to glyphosate formulations, experimental studies suggest that the toxicity of the surfactant, polyoxyethyleneamine (POEA), is greater than the toxicity of glyphosate alone and commercial formulations alone.”

For further study:
Monsanto’s Roundup Causes Gluten Intolerance

Glyphosate, pathways to modern diseases II: Celiac sprue and gluten intolerance

Dr. Stephanie Seneff interviewed by Jeffrey Smith of the Institute for Responsible Technology, discussing the paper above.

5 thoughts on “It’s Not the Gluten – It’s the Round-Up!

  1. DMO says:

    I have two questions. Where can’t we get good flour – the real deal? Not genetically modified, not sprayed with round-up, and not short, but rather the amber waves of grain. Does this still grow on the planet?
    The other question that’s been bugging me, is this: can genetically modified food be sold as organic. In other words can seeds from GM grains be suddenly grown in organic soil without spraying? I really wonder about this.

  2. petetheplan says:

    Dear Anthony – thank you for the heads-up warning on the way irresponsible people are capitalising on public ignorance in matters-of-health; that is good. However, have-a-care in case one of your readers is not yet matured enough to protect his or her emotional-realm from fear. You might temper the righteously indignant outburst exposing those greedy murderous trades-people, by some reassuring words about the body’s miraculous ability to recover from processed foods — despite ignorance of their harmful ingredients – that the immature wolf down because of their addiction to a synthetic appetising taste. The body can endure much of the rubbish it gets fed, at least for as long as robust youthful health is still around, however fear is a far more destructive element. Once allowed into consciousness at an emotional level, it is far harder to eliminate than poisons from the gut. Fortunately our biological I.Q. can isolate the malignant influence of fear, and does so, by way of a corresponding illness, but if the fear persists, or is sustained in consciousness by lack of understanding, then it will eventually crystallise, according to its cancerous design, as a reflection of the additional vibratory oscillation now lodged in the mesenchyme. Unfortunately, the young, or the immature of all ages, are vulnerable if left unaware of the fatal impact of unaddressed fear in the realm designed for the expression of love.

    • Thank you for your comment, Peter, and for your wisdom. I do agree that fear is a destructive force, disabling the immune system and putting the body into flight-or-fight stress response wherein growth and repair ceases. I cannot prevent people from being fearful. Abundant instruction has been given over the millennia on how the dispel fear from one’s heart with perfect, unconditional love. And yes the youthful body is resilient and can repair itself from much of the damage done by processed foods; not so for the ageing body. Nevertheless, the damage that glyphosate does to the intestinal tract is, without proper care, irreversible in young and ageing systems alike. And how many people know what proper care would be? I can assure you, not many. Glyphosate erodes the lining of the gut and allows undigested proteins to enter the bloodstream. The condition has come to be called “leaky-gut syndrome,” the underlying cause of most food “allergies” – which are actually food sensitivities. The repair of the gut requires specialized attention and nutritional therapy, which I will address in my next blog post. Thank you, again, for giving rise to this issue, and me the opportunity to address it. Have a great day!

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