Aug 27


With strange floods, droughts and changing weather patterns globally, some areas are showing signs of the future of crop yield potential going forward to 2020. These are the areas that will continue to see losses YOY starting now.

More Lost Crops Globally…
French Wheat Down Again……

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Aug 10

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Aug 06

Smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade:

Persistent rain the culprit.

“In France, the situation has continued to deteriorate,” said Pierre Begoc of consultancy Agritel

In late spring, torrential rain, unusually low sunshine levels and widespread plant disease hampered growth of wheat grains. Continue reading »

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Aug 03

Illegal GMO Wheat Discovery in Washington State Causes Global Export Panic:

U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has announced Friday that twenty two unapproved genetically modified (GMO) wheat plants have been discovered in Washington State, sending export markets in to panic.


The discovery of the unapproved illegal GMO wheat has led to a crack down on Friday in important US wheat export markets around the World. Continue reading »

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Aug 02

Is WHEAT the reason you feel bloated and tired? Tennis ace Novak Djokovic thought so and so do growing numbers of Britons

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Jul 28

Disastrous wheat and barley harvest in France

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Mar 09


Saccharomyces Cerevisiae and a lot more other beneficial substances are found in Rejuvelac:

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Rejuvelac is a fermented beverage obtained through fermentation of sprouted grains, such as wheat, rye, barley and quinoa.

It is a great probiotic drink, with bioavailable vitamin B, K and E, easy to digest proteins, and lots of enzymes.

How To Make Rejuvelac (Video)

Recommended books on the Hippocrates Diet developed by Ann Wigmore:


Avemar: Fermented Wheat Germ Kills All Types of Cancer Cells FAST:

One incredible, natural product kills seemingly ALL kinds of cancer, and has been subjected to numerous scientific studies to prove its efficacy.

A non-toxic, fermented wheat germ has been shown to halt aberrations in cells – that which makes ‘good’ cells turn into cancerous ones. Every healthy cell has the potential to either block, interfere or promote enzymatic activity, which can then turn healthy cells into tumorous cells. Fermented wheat germ (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) made by a standardized, patented process, and named Avemar, specifically inhibits interference in enzymatic activity so that regular cellular respiration (including glucose metabolism) can occur among only healthy cells.

While chemo and radiation kill healthy cells along with cancerous ones, fermented wheat germ only targets cancerous cells. Avemar not only halts cancerous cell growth, but also boosts the immune system in general. Fermented wheat germ has been shown to halt ovarian cancerskin cancers, prostate cancer, stomach cancer, leukemialymphoma, and more. It has cytotoxic effects on almost every type of cancer cell. In fact, it had an 85% effective rate at reducing cancerous tumors in one study. Continue reading »

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Jan 21


Your GLUTEN problem may actually be caused by GLYPHOSATE


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Nov 03


Why is Wheat Such a Problem in the Modern Diet?:

Wheat, which used to be considered a “staff of life,” in recent times, has become a dietary scourge for numerous men, women, and children. What happened, especially when there are so many processed foods that contain wheat or wheat derivatives?

First and foremost, we ought to realize that wheat grown today is a hybridized version of heirloom wheat during the early 20th century. Einkorn [1], which probably was the oldest variety of wheat known and grown for thousands of years, has fallen out of favor even though it contains a lower percentage of gluten.

According to Tropical Traditions’ article, “Einkorn Ancient Grain,” Continue reading »

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Jul 02

Rothamsted GM Wheat Trial Failure Puts Global Biotech Industry in Spotlight (Sustainable Pulse, June 25, 2015):

GeneWatch UK today responded to Rothamsted Research’s admission that its field trial of GM wheat failed to repel aphids by highlighting the shocking waste of taxpayers’ money used to promote GM.

AYBGX1 GM crops biohazard warning

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“With GM crops it’s always jam tomorrow and never jam today” said Dr Helen Wallace, Director of GeneWatch UK, “We have had more than 30 years’ of promises of useful traits but they have not been delivered, despite massive promotion of GM technology by governments and PR companies. There is a big opportunity cost because billions in R&D funding could have been spent in better ways. GM has consistently been shown to be a distraction away from developing real solutions to real problems”. Continue reading »

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Jun 25

GM wheat crop fails to repel bugs, £3m trial branded ‘a waste’ (RT, June 25, 2015):

A controversial trial of genetically modified (GM) wheat has failed to repel pests any more effectively than ordinary crops, scientists have found.

Researchers attempted to engineer a variety of wheat to emit an odor that deters aphids in the hope of reducing the amount of pesticides required by plants.

The crops, nicknamed “whiffy wheat,” were successful in lab tests, but succumbed to aphids when trialed in the field. Continue reading »

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Nov 15


Monsanto settles GMO wheat dispute with Northwest farmers for $2.4 million (OregonLive/AP, Nov 12, 2014):

Monsanto Co. said Wednesday it will pay nearly $2.4 million to settle a dispute with Northwest farmers over genetically modified wheat.

No genetically engineered wheat has been approved for U.S. farming, but it was found in Oregon in 2013.

That discovery prompted Japan and South Korea to temporarily suspend some wheat orders, and the European Union called for more rigorous testing of U.S. shipments. Continue reading »

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Oct 06


New Experimental GE Wheat Contamination in Montana Puts Wheat Farmers at Risk (Center For Food Safety, Sep 26, 2014):

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced that experimental genetically engineered (GE) wheat was discovered in July, 2014 at a  Montana research facility that has not legally grown the variety since 2003.

“Once again, USDA and the biotech industry have put farmers and the food supply at risk,” said Andrew Kimbrell, executive director for Center for Food Safety. “Coexistence between GE and non-GE crops is a failed policy that fundamentally cannot work. Genetic contamination is a serious threat to farmers across the country.” Continue reading »

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Sep 07

It’s like putting a plant in a freezer all night and trying to thaw it out the next day and see if it will keep growing (Ice Age Now, Sep 6, 2014):

Growers writing-off wheat and canola crops in New South Wales. 

Grain growers in the central and western plains of New South Wales are finding widespread damage to their wheat crops after a dozen severe winter frosts.

Some farmers say up to 80 per cent of their wheat crop could be a write-off. Continue reading »

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Aug 23

Saskatchewan wheat production forecast to decline dramatically this year (Ice Age Now, Aug 21, 2014):

According to Statistics Canada, wheat production is expected to fall 27 per cent while canola is expected to be off 23 per cent from 2013 levels.

The reason? Because fewer acres were seeded, and because the rainy weather that flooded millions of acres put the crops up to two weeks behind normal development in certain areas.

More warm weather is needed, says the provincial Agriculture Ministry. Instead, cooler weather is on the way.

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May 06

Wheat surged to the highest price in more than a year…”

Related info:

Measured By Gold And The Dow, Wheat Is Cheap (But Maybe Not For Long):

Priced in gold and stocks, wheat is near multi-decade lows. That may not last.

Ukraine Unrest Intensifies as Toll Rises From East Offensive (Bloomberg, May 6, 2014):

Surging casualties are threatening to undermine Ukraine’s campaign to regain ground from pro-Russian militants in its easternmost cities, where insurgents killed four government troops and downed a military helicopter.

Government forces yesterday had four deaths in fighting that may have killed about 30 rebels, acting Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said on his Facebook account. He said there were “many Crimeans” in the area, as well as Russians and Chechens.

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Apr 26

Measured by Gold and the Dow, Wheat Is Cheap (But Maybe Not For Long) (OfTwoMinds, April 26, 2014):

Priced in gold and stocks, wheat is near multi-decade lows. That may not last.

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Apr 20


The Ug99 fungus: A time bomb for world wheat crop (Los Angeles Times)

Airborne fungus Ug99 threatens global wheat harvest (The Guardian):

“The US army produced wheat rust as part of its biological weapons programme in the 1960s”

UN alert: One-fourth of world’s wheat at risk from new fungus (World Tribune)

Billions at risk from wheat super-blight (New Scientist)


Wheat rust: The fungal disease that threatens to destroy the world crop (Independent, April 18, 2014):

Experts in Europe and Africa are racing to develop resistant grain varieties as university researchers predict the likely spread across continents of the air-borne spores of the fungus

Scientists are warning that wheat is facing a serious threat from a fungal disease that could wipe out the world’s crop if not quickly contained. Wheat rust, a devastating disease known as the “polio of agriculture”, has spread from Africa to South and Central Asia, the Middle East and Europe, with calamitous losses for the world’s second most important grain crop, after rice. There is mounting concern at the dangers posed to global food security.

Experts have been aware of the threat since a major epidemic swept across North America’s wheat belt in the 1950s, destroying up to 40 per cent of the crop. Since then, tens of millions of pounds have been invested in developing rust-resistant varieties of the grain. However, an outbreak in Uganda in 1999 was discovered to have been caused by a virulent mutation of the fungus. There has been alarm at the speed at which further mutations have subsequently developed and spread across continents.

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Feb 12

If my info is correct, …

then 100 years ago wheat used to contain about 5% gluten and nowadays contains up to 50%!!!

If wheat contains now up to 10 times more gluten (‘glue’) than in the past is it any wonder that gluten intolerance is skyrocketing?

As a side note:

Take a close look what ingredients are used in those fancy, heavily seasoned vegan meat substitute products (wheat gluten, soy, yeast extract [MSG], etc.) and don’t eat them if you want to stay healthy.


Dramatic Recovery In Parkinson’s Patient with Gluten Free Diet (GreenMedInfo, Feb 7, 2014):

Could gluten’s toxicity extend to the nervous system, producing symptoms identical to classical Parkinson’s disease? A new case study adds to a growing body of research indicating that wheat’s neurotoxicity is greatly underestimated.

A remarkable new case report describing the dramatic recovery of a 75-year-old Parkinson’s disease patient after following a 3-month long gluten free diet reveals the need to explore whether there is an increased prevalence of silent or symptomatic celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity both in those afflicted with Parkinson’s disease and the related multi-factorial neurodegenerative condition known as Parkinsonism.

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Oct 16

… hybridized versions of wheat causing (not only) a mineral deficiency?

Older varieties of wheat contained around 5% gluten.

The newer hybridized versions of wheat contain about 50% gluten.

So wheat contains now 45% less of what kind of nutrients?

The body can’t handle wheat containing 50% gluten.

This much gluten will clog your entire body system, causing (not only mineral) absorption problems, but also a whole lot of other serious health issues.

Could your gluten intolerance be the result of a mineral deficiency? (Natural News, Oct 16, 2013):

If you are one of the millions of Americans who suffers from either gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity, it may be that you are actually deficient in certain trace minerals rather than allergic to wheat. A growing number of doctors with an understanding of the fact that many of today’s foods are lacking in vital nutrients are discovering that their gluten-averting patients experience dramatic health improvements when they get their mineral levels back up to par.

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Jul 25

Syria’s war halves wheat harvest (Reuters, July 25, 2013):

The agricultural slump deals a blow to the policy of self-sufficiency in food which is a cornerstone of President Bashar al-Assad’s efforts to sidestep Western moves to isolate and weaken his government through sanctions.

That policy, part of a command economy imposed by the ruling Baath party when it took power in 1963, turned Syria into a wheat exporter until water shortages six years ago caused in part by intensive farming encouraged by hefty state subsidies.

Despite good rains this year, a scarcity of seed and fertiliser combined with labour shortages and damage to irrigation systems and storage facilities from the relentless conflict have led to the worst crop since 1984, when the country was hit by major drought, the traders and officials said.

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Jul 06

Japan shuns US GM-contaminated wheat variety (GM Watch, July 6, 2013):

1. Japan to import 750 tonnes of wheat as alternative to shunned U.S. grade
2. Japan says finds no GMO in tests of some U.S. white wheat

NOTE: The remarkable ability of GMOs to negatively impact and destroy markets even when the GMO in question has never been commercially grown is evidenced yet again by the recently discovered GM contamination of wheat in Oregon, USA.

Japan stopped importing western white wheat from the US in May after the contamination was found.

For other examples of GMO contamination destroying markets, see:

1. Japan to import 750 tonnes of wheat as alternative to shunned U.S. grade
Reporting by James Topham and Osamu Tsukimori; editing by Joseph Radford
Reuters, Jul 5, 2013

Japan will import 750 tonnes of wheat used for making cakes that is not the U.S. western white variety for the first time in over half a century, following a halt on shipments of the U.S. grade.

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Jul 02

USDA Was Storing Monsanto’s Unapproved GM Wheat in Seed Vault (Activist Post, June 30, 2013):

How did genetically modified wheat escape and taint the fields of American farmers? The unsettling case remains unexplained, but traces back to a USDA seed vault.

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Jun 01

South Korea Is Latest To Suspend US Wheat Imports In Aftermath Of Monsanto Rogue Wheat Discovery (ZeroHedge, May 31, 2013):

The global Monsanto genetically modified wheat scandal is getting worse.

As a reminder, recently news broke out that a rogue genetically modified strain of wheat developed by Monsanto, had been found in an Oregon field late last month. But while modified food has long been a diet staple, this particular breed was the first discovery of an unapproved strain, and what made things worse is the lack of any information how the rogue grain had escape from a field trial a decade ago. As Reuters reports, “even after weeks of investigation, experts are baffled as to how the seed survived for years after Monsanto had ceased all field tests of the product. It was found in a field growing a different type of wheat than Monsanto’s strain, far from areas used for field tests, according to an Oregon State University wheat researcher who tested the strain.”

The USDA was quick to deny any suggestion of public danger:

The USDA said the GM wheat found in Oregon posed no threat to human health, and also said there was no evidence that the grain had entered the commercial supply chain.

But the discovery threatens to stoke consumer outcry over the possible risk of cross-contaminating natural products with genetically altered foods, and may embolden critics who say U.S. regulation of GMO products is lax.

This is compounded by the still fresh memory of the glaring and repeated lies by the Japanese government in regards to the Fukushima explosion, making some wonder just how far the government is willing to go to cover up potential threats if the alternative is widespread panic. Continue reading »

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May 31

Japan halts imports of U.S. wheat after USDA’s shock finding of genetic pollution from GMOs (Natural News, May 31, 2013):

It has already begun: Japan has just cancelled a large contract to purchase U.S. wheat. “We will refrain from buying western white and feed wheat effective today,” Toru Hisadome, a Japanese farm ministry official in charge of wheat trading, told Reuters.

As many readers well know, I predicted precisely this scenario just yesterday in a Natural News article warning about the consequences of genetic pollution. There, I wrote, “All wheat produced in the United States will now be heavily scrutinized — and possibly even rejected — by other nations that traditionally import U.S. wheat. This obviously has enormous economic implications for U.S. farmers and agriculture.”

Now we’re already seeing the result: the ditching of U.S. wheat by world nations that want nothing to do with GMOs. Continue reading »

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May 30

GMO genetic pollution alert: Genetically engineered wheat escapes experimental fields planted across 16 states (Natural News, May 30, 2013):

The genetic apocalypse we’ve been warning about for years may have already begun. The USDA just announced they found a significant amount of genetically engineered wheat growing in farm fields in Oregon. As the USDA announced yesterday, “…test results of plant samples from an Oregon farm indicate the presence of genetically engineered (GE) glyphosate-resistant wheat plants.”

Why is this a big deal? Because GE wheat has never been approved for commercialization or sale. These strains of GE wheat escaped from GMO field experiments conducted across 16 states by Monsanto from 1998 to 2005. As the USDA states, “Further testing by USDA laboratories indicates the presence of the same GE glyphosate-resistant wheat variety that Monsanto was authorized to field test in 16 states from 1998 to 2005.”

And that means genetic pollution is already out of control. The GE wheat for which Monsanto claims patent ownership is now invading farms that never planted GE wheat.

All U.S. commercially-grown wheat now suspect

There are at least five serious ramifications from this:

#1) Monsanto can now sue all the farms where GM wheat has been found growing. According to U.S. federal courts, those farmers have “stolen” Monsanto’s intellectual property.

#2) The spread of GM wheat from experimental fields to wheat production fields is proof that GMOs cause genetic pollution — self-replicating pollution with the potential to devastate global food production.

#3) All wheat produced in the United States will now be heavily scrutinized — and possibly even rejected — by other nations that traditionally import U.S. wheat. This obviously has enormous economic implications for U.S. farmers and agriculture.

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May 30

YouTube Added: 29.05.2013

Breaking: USDA Finds Illegal Monsanto GMO Wheat in Oregon Field (GreenMedTV, May 29, 2013)

The video above is the USDA’s official confirmation that illegal and unapproved Monsanto wheat is growing freely in Oregon.

Consider that only recently scientists held a press conference on the potential threat of GMO Wheat to “silence hundreds of human genes.” [see video]

Below is an article describing the USDA’s finding in detail.

USDA Identifies GE Glyphosate-Resistant Volunteer Wheat (Farm Futures, May 29, 2013):

No GE glyphosate-resistant wheat is currently approved for commercial sale; APHIS says it will work to determine how situation occurred

The USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Wednesday announced that tests of plant samples from a field in Oregon indicate the presence of genetically engineered glyphosate-resistant volunteer wheat plants.

Further testing by USDA laboratories indicated the presence of the same GE glyphosate-resistant wheat variety that Monsanto was authorized to field test in 16 states from 1998 to 2005. There are no GE wheat varieties approved for sale or in commercial production in the United States or elsewhere at this time.

The detection of this wheat variety does not pose a food safety concern, APHIS said.

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Mar 10


Jim Rogers: We’re Wiping Out The Savings Class Globally, To Terrible Consequence (Peak Prosperity, March 9, 2013):

Jim Rogers decries the growing uncertainty and recklessness of global central planners as the world enters unchartered financial markets:

For the first time in recorded history, we have nearly every central bank printing money and trying to debase their currency. This has never happened before. How it’s going to work out, I don’t know. It just depends on which one goes down the most and first, and they take turns. When one says a currency is going down, the question is against what? because they are all trying to debase themselves. It’s a peculiar time in world history.

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Oct 21

GM Wheat May Damage Human Genetics Permanently (GreenMedInfo, Oct 18, 2012):

The Australian government, in the form of its science research arm, is joining Agribusiness profiteering by designing a GM wheat that could kill people who eat it & be inherited by their children.

We have not yet seen the worst damage that genetic engineering may do. Australia’s governmental agency, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), is developing a wheat species that is engineered to turn off genes permanently.

Professor Jack Heinemann at the University of Canterbury’s Centre for Integrated Research in Biosafety  has studied the wheat’s potential. Digital Journal reports that he says1:

What we found is that the molecules created in this wheat, intended to silence wheat genes, can match human genes, and through ingestion, these molecules can enter human beings and potentially silence our genes. The findings are absolutely assured. There is no doubt that these matches exist.

The implications are clarified by Professor Judy Carman of Flinders University:

If this silences the same gene in us that it silences in the wheat—well, children who are born with this enzyme not working tend to die by the age of about five.

Silencing the equivalent gene in humans that is silenced in this genetically modified wheat holds the potential of killing people. But it gets worse. Silenced genes are permanently silenced and can be passed down the generations. Continue reading »

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Oct 18

Say goodbye to gluten: Over 200 clinically confirmed reasons to avoid wheat (Natural News, Oct 17, 2012):

This title is the same as a recent It contains a list of over 200 health problems, with celiac disease at the top and including many more not normally associated with gluten intolerance.

The author and founder of, Sayer Ji, prefers the term gluten toxicity to gluten sensitivity or gluten intolerance… “in order to shift the focus away from the victim back to the aggressor, the gluten itself.”

Sayer Ji’s article lists all the disorders linked to gluten. They are hyperlinked to articles and abstracts of clinical studies recorded in MedLine since 1971. Continue reading »

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