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Martha Hyde
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Could all the increase in gluten sensitivity be caused by glyphosate (Roundup), or maybe a chemical interaction between a toxin in the food we eat and the presence of toxins under the gut mucosa? Listen to an interview for some explanations for the glyphosate-gluten sensitivity link: https://www.glutenfreesociety.org/does-the-chemical-glyphosate-roundup-mimic-gluten-sensitivity/?inf_contact_key=0b5a0e63d4e886892b167ce3ba44d5fe7404f0750af54050c0c7c6168fef1716,

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This debate will spread to other states, even including the Eastern US. The trouble with water is already becoming a global problem that will only get worse.

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This is a great idea and they need more professors to take part in this work

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Interesting ideas on early childhood trauma, but does not go deep enough.

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One thing not mentioned in this statement is that the single strongest link to poverty is being a single woman head of household and that more than 60% of children are born to such households. So poverty is sexist in the US as well, not just in developing countries!

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This is very critical information for today. Research is showing that the brain can change and can be re-wired. However, early childhood adversity is very difficult to treat, simply because so many cannot recall specific events from the first 3 years of life when the trauma has affected brain development the most. It doesn't mean that it is not treatable, but just very difficult and takes a long time.
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