The future of wheat is certain, and it’s toxic. There are as many health risks associated with the consumption of wheat as there are nutritional benefits claimed by the wheat industry. Why is there such a strong emphasis on the development of wheat products all over the world when there are so many adverse and crippling effects such as neurological impairment, dementia, heart disease, cataracts, diabetes, arthritis and visceral fat accumulation, not to mention the full range of intolerances and bloating now experienced by millions of people?
Approximately 700 million tons of wheat are now cultivated worldwide making it the second most-produced grain after maize. It is grown on more land area than any other commercial crop and is considered a staple food for humans.
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.
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.
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.
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Rejuvelac is a fermented beverage obtained through fermentation of sprouted grains, such as wheat, rye, barley and quinoa.
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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.
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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 , 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,”
– 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.
“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”.
– 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.
– 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.
– 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.”
– 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.
– 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.
“Wheat surged to the highest price in more than a year…”
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.
– 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.