9/20/2016 Updates to a couple previous posts [1, 2]: See the following post on my other website, lpaad.org for more about use of dimethylglycine as a supplement and the gene defect that can affect its metabolism:
- Dimethylglycine (DMG) has one less methyl group than Betaine (TMG) September 19, 2016
A recent post included details from Professor Seneff’s talk on dietary and lifestyle tips for reducing exposure to glyphosate and which nutrients might be affected by the chemical and food sources. Increasing intake of a substance that is being inhibited can sometimes help overcome the inhibitory effect. Roughly, the theory being suggested is that glyphosate acts as a puzzle piece that can fit in one side of the puzzle but won’t fit with the other pieces, as it is partially filling the remaining open spot on the piece. Glyphosate also does not provide methyl groups as glycine would. Methyl groups help protect against cancer among other important functions such as re-methylating molecules of vitamin B12 and folate.
The presence of glyphosate in vaccines almost confirms that theory being presented by Professor Seneff. If it was being built right into the animal collagen that was used in the Petri dishes for culturing the vaccine microbes, then they would be building their own growing microbe bodies out of glyphosate too.
A building block is a building block, a puzzle piece is a puzzle piece — whether they fit well together or not, is an important question to ask before strewing them all over the landscape and food supply, and injecting them straight into tiny infants and pregnant women.
- Glyphosate was found in vaccines; and tips for reducing dietary exposure, September 16, 2016
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Updates regarding glycine, health, and glyphosate by Jenny