Dangers of Grains

Wheat is not only contaminated with mycotoxin molds but also, contains gluten. Gluten is a protein that is known to coat your intestines and, block essential nutrients from absorbing. Some people experience allergic reactions to gluten and, gluten-contaminated products. 

It's not just Mycotoxins

What Are Grains?

Grains are small seeds that grow on grass and grassy-like plants when they bolt. Most grains contain gluten, fiber and, phytic acid to supply the seed with energy to grow.


Over the past several decades modern agricultural advancements have made it possible to convert these grass seeds into a very profitable industry and, it has developed into a cheap source of carbohydrates (energy) not only for the American people, but also for livestock. These grains have  found their way into the U.S. food guide pyramid


Grains were added to the food guide pyramid, even though health complaints and, related food allergies have been a growing concern. Grain consumption is a common cause of intestinal inflammation, malnutrition, digestive disorders and discomfort. For those with grain-related (gluten, phytic acid) sensitivities; these symptomatic injuries can often lead to serious health problems and decreased, quality of life.


Xenia Stavrinides August 2012, 2016


Soy: Soy is a plant seed which is also a bean. Originated in China and introduced in the Western Hemisphere during the late 1800's.


1. Soy is very high protein

2. Contains  phyto-estrogen

3. Used for cheap animal protein

4. Raw soybeans are toxic and poisonous to humans and most animals 

6. Contain naturally high levels of protease inhibitors.  

7. Soy must be boiled and fully cooked prior to consumption.  

8. The most successful methods of inhibitor inactivation established so far include:

  • Heat

  • Freezing

  • Addition of Sulfites - this means that soybeans (boiled or frozen) have added sulfites.

Most soy is contaminated with deadly mold such as Mycotoxins. Mycotoxins are treated, most commonly with ionizing radiation; but, not killed.

Aren't These the Same Grains that Have Been Around for Thousands of Years?


Refined and processed grains lose most of their nutritional values during the adulteration process. Manufacturers usually enrich (enhance) these grains with added nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin B, magnesium, selenium, iron and folates. Most vitamin and mineral supplements are derived from industrial toxic waste by-products. Refined and processed grains have one main value called endosperm which is mostly starch and binders. 


Refined, processed and adulterated grains are nutrient-deficient and are very high in unnecessary carbohydrates which cause blood sugars to spike fast and fall fast. This causes cravings which can lead to unhealthy dietary habits, diabetes, pancreatic issues, kidney stones, urinary tract infections, insulin imbalance, and obesity. The consumption of refined, processed and adulterated grains has been linked to insulin resistance, moodiness, diabetes, heart disease, Crohn's, metabolic disease and ulceritive colitis.


Most grains contain anti-nutrients, and this is common for many foods. 


In contrast hundreds, maybe thousands of studies worldwide have linked raw whole grain consumption the betterment of health and longevity. 

by Xenia Stavrinides


Over the recent decades grains have been promoted as a healthy food option. Since the massive movement toward grains, there have been dramatic increases in a multitude of various illnesses, inflammatory disease and, environmental sensitivities. Food related allergies, digestive disorders, sickness, cancer and obesity has been on the rise.


  • increased glycaemic index

  • Mycotoxicoses

  • irritable Bowel

  • stomach discomfort

  • headaches and migranes

  • fatigue

  • cramps

  • skin disorders

  • depression

  • candida

  • malnutrition and malnourishment

  • mineral leaching

  • vitamin leaching

  • essential nutrient leaching

  • autoimmuine disease & irritation

  • weight gain

  • weight loss

  • lethargy

  • moody

  • pesticide related irritation

  • interfering with the absorption of medicines (this can be the difference between life and death)

  • and.... they contain endogenous opiate which can explain certain food addictions and the increase in childhood obesity, diabetes, depression, violent outbursts, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders and other personality and behavioral disorders too