I CAN'T FIT ANYTHING ELSE INTO THIS NOTHING THAT I DO by Cathy D. Slaght
All too often I talk with people who are so depleted of energy that they can't even consider adding anything to their life other than what they're already doing.
That's fine if they're content, but they aren't. They're miserable.
Often they think they're "depressed". But this kind of low grade apathy or anxiety, lack of passion or joy- whatever you want to call it- almost always has something to do with their physical, not mental/emotional health.
Specifically, it's often because trillions of critters- species of bacteria- in their gut have been destroyed by GMO foods.
(Another term for these trillions of critters is microbiome.)
The GMO foods destroys the bacteria because, remember, glyphosate is patented as a chelator and also an antibiotic.
Problem is, we need the bacteria that's being killed off. It's GOOD bacteria.
The gut, with it's bacteria, is as important as the heart or the brain. For one thing, that's where most of our neurotransmitters come from.
As an example, 100% of serotonin comes from the gut. You know very well if you don't have enough serotonin you are depressed. If you go low enough you are considered mentally ill.
And there are more nerves going from the brain to the intestines than any other part of the body.
The gut, or microbiome, is our second brain!
It's also the teacher of our immune system. It's SO much more than digestion.
Getting more specific, we are really human shells holding thousands of species of bacteria. These various species orchestrate bodily processes and actually communicate, speaking to one another 24/7. This is what influences our behavior.
As the glyphosate kills the good bacteria, it sets off chain reactions that can have devastating effects. Certain enzymes, for example, are inhibited. Many of these are detoxification enzymes, crucial to our health.
We become extremely toxic. All disease is said to stem from toxicity.
They are now linking this increased toxicity to many diseases that have become near epidemic in the last 15 years. Autism, cancer, diabetes, neurological disease- look this up for yourself.
And next time you're out, look at all the big bellies.
Cathy D. Slaght