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Do you know anything with celiac disease or gluten intolerance? You may want to research what glyphosate is in some peer-reviewed research here.
With all the different diets vying for attention and diseases from common foods in the news today, I thought this NPR article was interesting, as it relates the microbes in our guts to what kinds of food we can handle. Research is showing just how much we are made up of microbes that govern many processes in our bodies and brains. A sort of symbiotic relationship, if you will. There are other articles to link into once you're at the main article, here. If you know someone with celiac disease, or other issues, it's worth a read. The Western diet is really not very friendly to the human body, alas.
|Harvard's Healthy Eating Graphic|
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|A few of my 2013 garden yields!|
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|"Milk" by Daniel Hurst|