ROUNDUP WHEAT KILLER
Poisoned Wheat In Dog Food Too…
Compiled by TheDogPlace.org research staff
Do you or your pets suffer from this list of common ailments and diseases attributed to gluten, not knowing that Roundup® is more than a weed killer!
We are alerting you to a serious medical cover-up, one that affects every
developed country AND their pets and livestock.
Quoting from the website that
just broke this horror story (link below) “Standard
wheat harvest protocol in the United States is to drench the wheat fields with
Roundup several days before the combine harvesters work through the fields as
withered, dead wheat plants are less taxing on the farm equipment and allows for
an earlier, easier and bigger harvest.”
While you are digesting that graphic image and wondering if the problem you’re
having may not be celiac disease or gluten allergy, consider this. The bad news
on “weed killers” is just now escaping the cast-iron blanket of secrecy imposed
by the giant food producers. Agribusiness is a trillion dollar industry that
rivals the pharmaceutical industry in destruction of human, animal, and plant
Are you thinking “No big deal, the weed killer is gone before I eat the
bread.” Wrong. As Roundup® does its deadly deed the plant withers and goes
to seed just as it does when winter approaches. The plant’s last act is to
concentrate all nutrients into its seeds in order to produce a new plant in the
spring. It doesn’t know there will be no new plant because the wheat grower’s
equipment separates the wheat from the chaff as has always been done.
The problem today is that those poisoned grains of wheat cannot possibly benefit you
or your dog as a food ingredient. To further complicate the nutritional issue,
the poisoned wheat plant and grain is also ingested by the cow, pig, or chicken that you
So why would a grower spray his wheat with poison just to make it easier to
harvest? Because a plant doused with a toxic chemical like glyphosate knows it
isn’t coming back to life so in a valiant act of reproduction, each wheat plant
releases more seeds resulting in a greater yield.
According to the HealthyHome
site, “Using Roundup as a dessicant on the wheat fields prior to harvest may save the farmer
money and increase profits, but it is devastating to the health of the consumer
who ultimately consumes those ground up wheat kernels which have absorbed a
significant amount of Roundup!”
As an informed consumer who understands nutrition, you may take probiotics or
add them to your dog’s food because good bacteria are a living vital “thing.”
Where we once obtained good bacteria from a natural diet, today our food supply
is denatured and dead. That’s another story; the point here is that Roundup®
does much more than kill the wheat plant. It messes with the good bacteria and
“contributes to permeability of the intestinal wall and consequent expression of autoimmune
Now that you understand gluten isn’t the real problem and you’re gasping at the
pervasiveness of this problem, you can’t help but wonder “What diseases can we get from eating poison wheat?” Glad you asked. “Gastrointestinal disorders, Obesity, Diabetes,
Heart Disease, Depression, Autism, Infertility, Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease” are all associated with contaminated wheat.
The information provided here is just a quick summary on the horrific practice
of poisoning our food supply BEFORE it goes into processing plants.
foods” and even some frozen foods are loaded with preservatives and
allergen-causing flavorings such as MSG and “spices” that are not derived from
nature. These additives can and do cause allergies, disease,
and chronic sickness.
So while we’re on the subject, you probably want to know
what is a natural spice? (ii is Instant Info)
And for more on how common foods are genetically modified into what is now
commonly called "frankenfood"
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