Rainbow Ranch Farms Meat, Poultry, Eggs & Honey Are WHEAT-FREE

Xenia Stavrinides August 2012, 2016



Mostly used as cheap fattening source and livestock feed filler.

Wheat is also a known anti-nutrient. The gluten in wheat coats the intestines preventing essential nutrients from absorbing. Most people, animals and livestock can not breakdown wheat effeciently enough to benefit from the claimed benefits, especially since wheat lacks  bio-availability .


Wheat is heavily used in livestock feeds and

A. Wheat is a common ingredient in thickening sauces.

B. A common filler in junk food.

C. Used to manufacture most  pasta noodles. 

D. A common ingredient in pre-packaged foods.

E. Commonly used in the preparation of many dried/preserved foods.

F. The main ingredient in breads, cookies, cakes desserts, dumplings etc...


Wheat is known to cause weight gain, this is one of the primary reasons it is fed to livestock.

Wheat contains an element called gluten (a type of protein) which when consumed, the intestines are lined with this protein and blocks the absorption of essential nutrients (vitamins, minerals, EFA's, proteins, good fats etc).

Wheat is a known allergen and many people suffer from digestive sensitivities, food related digestive disorders when they consume wheat or foods prepared from wheat.


Wheat is a grain which is highly suseptible to dangerous, and even deadly micro-organisms such as Mycoplasmosis Some molds which are found on most grains can lead to illness, chronic sickness and even death. . Studies show that mycoplasma is often overlooked in Chronic Lyme Disease.


the toxic chemicals  and pesticides applied during production (such as glyphosate.)

have also been linked to allergic reactions. 


Sep 17, 2016 - The Environmental Protection Agency says that the country's most widely used weed killer, glyphosate, probably does not cause cancer.


Link to the following article by By Julie Lévesque at Global Research: 

"An increasing number of countries are banning Monsanto’s cancer-linked Roundup herbicide, a.k.a. glyphosate. Others are banning Monsanto’s GMOs. Meanwhile, Monsanto-funded U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton thinks “(t)here is a big gap between what the facts are, and what the perceptions are.” Actually the facts are established: Monsanto’s herbicides and GMOs are harmful to humans and animals. Several studies have demonstrated it and even led the World Health Organization to issue a warning against glyphosate’s links to cancer."(Julie Lévesque at Global Research).