Philippe Hug of offers evidence that the dramatic increase in gluten intolerance is related to increasing electrosmog

Allergies are rising everywhere. Gluten is mostly present in rye, oats, wheat and barley.

For Tibetans, the main crops grown are barley. Barley has been cultivated for more than 4000 years, and wheat for 8000 years.

Today, there are more and more allergic people: 25% of the Swiss population for instance. Britain is in the grip of an epidemic of allergic disease, according to the influential House of Lords Science and Technology Committee. The numbers affected have trebled in the last 20 years to a third of the population. Eighteen million people will develop an allergy ranging from the trivial to the life-threatening, it said in a report in the Independent newspaper, on September 27th, 2007.

Gluten, used since so much time, seems to be a major problem today. Why?
What is guilty? The answer is: electromagnetic fields (EMFs).

Gluten intolerance is an immunological problem. It is now suspected to provoke fibromyalgia. Because EMFs have a mutagenic effect, it could mean that in five or ten generations, all humanity will be allergic to gluten! What will we eat?

Could we associate coeliac disease, allergic skin conditions, growth hormone deficiency, epilepsy, meningitis, headache, depression, dysthymia, cramps, weakness, peripheral neuropathy, gastrointestinal lymphomas, cholesterol, cerebral calcifications syndrome, neck pain, multiple sclerosis, liver dysfunction, autoimmune hepatitis, cerebellar ataxia, progressive myoclonic ataxia, myelopathy, brainstem and peripheral nerve involvement, diabetes, dysarthria, neuromyelitis optica, malignancies and much more to a immunological deficient process induced by EMF? My answer is YES.

Click on the link below for my evidence, a new piece of the puzzle... The biological effects of EMF are culminating inimmunological problems such as gluten intolerance, melatonin suppression and oxydative stress. What nice news!

Click here for studies relating gluten intolerance to EMR.

Click here for more articles on the causes of coeliac disease.


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