Fleetwood Onsite Conference Recording - Conference presentation capture Contact  |  My Account  |  Cart Contents  |  Checkout   
  Home » Weston A. Price Foundation » Wise Traditions 2015, 16th Annual Conference »

Previous Product  Product 29 of 52  Next Product   From: Wise Traditions 2015, 16th Annual Conference

 26189 - Folic Acid Supplementation: Why This is Not a Good Idea $25.00   
Select Format:

Presenter: Stephanie Seneff, PhD

Format: MP4 Video file download
Includes: Video & Slides

In 1998, the United States government initiated a mandate that wheat-based products should be fortified with folic acid. Today, 1seventeen years later, Europe has yet to implement a similar policy. Who is right? Anecdotally, people with gluten intolerance in the U.S. often find that they can eat bread in Europe without problems. Is the folic acid part of the reason? Folic acid is a synthetic, oxidized, unmethylated form of vitamin B9. It stresses the liver to convert it to methyl tetrahydrofolate. The chemistry is complex, but my research leads me to believe that excessive supplementation with folic acid is contributory to autism and Celiac disease, as well as other diseases currently on the rise in the U.S. It plays into the MTHFR folate trap and cerebral folate deficiency syndrome. Glyphosate, the active ingredient in the pervasive herbicide, Roundup, is complicit with folic acid.


 Copyright © 2020 Fleetwood Onsite Conference Recording

Fleetwood Facebook Page Follow us on Twitter Fleetwood on YouTube