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I think following a non-GMO would be a good idea for anyone, as it likely reduces the amounts of pesticides you ingest and should reduce general inflammation. But in terms of Pandas symptoms, I don't see how it would stop or prevent the migration of antibodies across the BBB.

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In my opinion you need to do better than non-GMO.

 

Pesticides, especially glyphosate, act as antibiotics destroying beneficial gut bacteria which are essential for proper immune response. Pathogenic gut bacteria = improper immune response.

 

GMOs which are made to be resistant to glyphosate (RoundUp) will be sprayed before planting and during growth, so will contain a large amount of the chemical.

 

However, many non GM plants, especially grains (gluten and non-gluten containing) and legumes are actually desiccated (dried down) with glyphosate or other chemicals, allowing farmers more control over time of harvest. These grains/legumes and the foods made from them will also contain significant amounts of pesticide.

 

There has been a lot of work done by Seneff/Sensel on this topic:

 

Stephanie Seneff's homepage:

 

http://people.csail.mit.edu/seneff/

 

As for BBB, I saw this article yesterday which discusses the effects of metal adjuvants:

 

Big Pharma’s Dirty Little Secret: Vaccine-Induced Autoimmune Injury

 

http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/pharma-s-dirty-little-secret-do-bleeding-calves-narcolepsy-and-infertility-have-sa

 

http://www.nvic.org/Doctors-Corner/Aluminum-and-Vaccine-Ingredients.aspx

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Thanks for the information, I look forward to reading. I do agree, perhaps without sufficient evidence, but then its clear that something has changed in the last 30 years with rising autism and now PANDAS rates.

 

BTW, it may be difficult to truly get herbicide free. Witness glyphosates found in organic wine (

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