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Bobby Brown


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When Glyphosate has been at work in one''s intestine

When Glyphosate has been at work in one's intestine for some time we have several things now happening.
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We have degraded intestinal lining allowing partially-broken down proteins through along with other bacteria, toxins, micro-plastics, heavy metals and glyphosate.
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These all go to the liver which tries to filter them out. But as time goes on more and more of this is coming through and the liver is getting overloaded and turning toxic itself. It's now letting these toxins through into the bloodstream.
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This then causes more inflammation as we have literal poisons running rampant in the body, having blown past the guards meant to keep them away.
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In each of these spots where we have build ups of toxins and partial proteins we get more and more immune response which brings on more and more inflammation. On joints we start seeing Rheumatoid Arthritis, in the muscle we have a large contributor to Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia, in the gut we start seeing Celiac Disease.
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But something else is happening too. As we get less protein fully broken down into individual amino acids our body now has less amino acids to build new protein with and repair itself.
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We start getting injuries that won't fully heal, muscle loss, osteoporosis, endocrine imbalance, developmental issues where this occurs in a child and... as many enzymes that are used in the digestive system are actually made of amino acids... we get less digestive enzymes.
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Now we have an even lower ability to break down food, we get more partial proteins and less usable amino acids. This spirals down and down.
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Our skin seems to age faster than it should as our body doesn't have enough amino acids to make enough collagen. We're tired. We have heartburn (which isn't caused by too much stomach acid, but too little).
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We take antacids for the heartburn which lowers our stomach acid and now we have an even lower ability to digest food.
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The cycle spirals faster. And that, among many side roads, is how gut health relates to chronic inflammation.

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Interesting information as always Bobby, thank you.Tommy Olsson