Glyphosate acts as a carrier of heavy metals; autism seems to correlate with “poor excretion of heavy metals”

Autistic kids are poor detoxifiers of heavy metals, and have gut problems. We don’t need the exact cause, to be able to say, “OK, let’s not do anything different until we nailed it down for sure!” No, we have enough information to use the precautionary principle and eliminate glyphosate from our diets.

Edit — hat tip to Takizakura123 for this youtube about the causes and maybe a cure for autism:

Wouldn’t it be funny if the natural healing world fixed autism, while science* dithered and said, “Well, we don’t know that this is the actual cause, so to hell with the precautionary principle, the world would starve without glyphosate.”

“Glyphosate acts as a carrier or a vector of these heavy metals to the kidney,” said Dr Jayasumana, the study’s principal author.(8) You can read an interview with the author(9) to find out how he proved the link between the world’s number one selling herbicide known as Roundup® (Glyphosate) and a series of mysterious epidemics of fatal chronic kidney disease of unknown origin (CKDu) affecting several poor farming regions around the world. Eleven countries on three continents are affected by CKDu. This includes sugar cane workers in Central America and Louisiana where glyphosate, sprayed by air 6 weeks before harvest, is used to ripen the sugar cane.(10) The aerial spraying of glyphosate could also explain the mass extinction of amphibians across Central America from chytrid fungus.(11)

Poor Excretor theory

Sulfhydryl-reactive metals in autism.

Janet K Kern, Bruce D Grannemann, Madhukar H Trivedi, James B Adams
Department of Psychiatry, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Dallas, Texas 75390-9119, USA.
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Part A (Impact Factor: 1.73). 05/2007; 70(8):715-21. DOI:10.1080/15287390601188060
Source: PubMed
ABSTRACT This study examined the difference between sulfhydryl-reactive metals (mercury, lead, arsenic, and cadmium) in the hair of 45 children with autism (1-6 yr of age) as compared to 45 gender-, age-, and race-matched typical children. Hair samples were measured with inductively coupled mass spectrometry. Some studies, such as Holmes et al. (2003), suggested that children with autism may be poor detoxifiers relative to normally developing children. Metals that are not eliminated sequester in the brain. Our study found that arsenic, cadmium, and lead were significantly lower in the hair of children with autism than in matched controls. Mercury was in the same direction (lower in autism) following the same pattern, but did not achieve statistical significance. The evidence from our study supports the notion that children with autism may have trouble excreting these metals, resulting in a higher body burden that may contribute to symptoms of autism.


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5 Responses to Glyphosate acts as a carrier of heavy metals; autism seems to correlate with “poor excretion of heavy metals”

  1. I think it was the great German Andreas Kalcker who developed this theory.

  2. Maureen Martin, Aryan Street says:

    “Wouldn’t it be funny”….they are either purposely killing us or they just don’t care. There is no “uncertainty”.

  3. Wyandotte says:

    I can’t believe I let someone talk me into spraying with Roundup. This was more than 15 years ago and I’ve since repented. My aunt (also my landlady, who sprayed my front lawn with the stuff) said Roundup is okay because it’s not a real poison, whatever that means. She said it just forces the weeds to grow so fast that they can’t handle it and then die. LOL I think she may have been talking about 2,4,D though. Doesn’t matter.

    However, if you are going into farming and inherit a piece of good land covered with serious weeds, how do you get rid of them for the initial seeding?

    • mindweapon says:


      Do your neighbors rake leaves and put them out in the front to be picked up by the town’s highway department?

      My big discovery in horticulture and soil science has been that it’s easier and better to gather and cover, than to plough and dig (though I do the latter when necessary).

      So my neighbors leave out bags of leaves, which I collect. Probably close to 100 bags.

      Mow or weedwhack or swing blade or scythe the weeds down so they aren’t so high. Cover with a foot or two of leaves, the more the better. Cover the leaves with a thin layer of manure. Let it sit. The weeds and the rootballs will all die and decompose and return to soil. The worms will do the work that no tiller or plough or spade can do.

      But when I need to take some ground now from weeds, to plant something, I’ll yank out a piece of sod with a four tined cultivator rake:

      Put it on a soil sifter over a wheelbarrow:

      This is slow going and very hard work, but very thorough. If I didn’t have other things to do, I’d do a lot of this Good work for teenaged boys in the summer. They will only be able to do it for 3 to 4 hours at most, it’s very physically demanding and fatiguing.

      Gathering and covering and then cover cropping is best. The soil gets soft when you add a lot of organic matter, and weeds pull out easily. Also, sometimes I’ll just till weeds in and then sift out the rootballs and larger vegetation clumps with a horse sifting fork onto a soil sifter:

      So a double sift.

      Congrats on getting some land, Wyandotte. Keep us posted about it, post the comment in any thread, it doesn’t matter if it’s off topic. I want to hear from people who are producing their own food and avoiding the poison!

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