Category Archives: Coeliac disease

Wheat Belly Up

I have frequently praised this book, this campaign and many of its observations. “But?” Yes, indeed “but”! BUT I have always felt that, for all his long catalogue of detailed references to a whole range of scientific literature, he has … Continue reading

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A proposed mechanism for the acquisition of high levels of allergy in modern human society.

From a minor and relatively low impact phenomenon allergic response to environmental components, deemed allergens, has risen dramatically in recent history – especially during the last thirty years or so. Many live their lives beneath a sword of Damocles, knowing … Continue reading

Posted in Adjuvant, Allergy, Antibiotics, Antigen, Bacteria, Coeliac disease, Ecology of disease, Gluten and wheats, Hypermutation, Immunobiology, Materno-foetal immune transfer, Obesity, Schizophrenia, T-cells, Vaccination, Vaccine damage, Wheat Belly | Leave a comment

Missing puzzle pieces?

The headline shouted: GMO:  Food? “Our immune system looks at that [modified] gene sequence that is supposed to be food and says “I’ve never seen that sequence ever, it does not exist in nature , it’s foreign”.  It creates an … Continue reading

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It really makes me sick

Take care, there’e a new JAB coming up – this time it’s for: Rotavirus -So,  here’s the Wiki of it with additions and annotations from me  covering it as  a childhood sickness, but also typhoid and other states of alimentary  … Continue reading

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“Wheat Belly” brings me Full Circle – and the Missing Puzzle Piece

Early in my previous posting I suggested I’d return to my childhood interest in diet, to explain whence it came and, indeed, show where it has taken and is taking me. I guess that time has now come – so … Continue reading

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