First, a strong case is made that Roundup, used on wheat crops, has destroyed our wheat and thereby our bread, pasta, pizza, breakfast cereals, cake et al. The result is obesity, diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer's and more. All we need to do, then, to prevent these conditions and diseases is to avoid gluten.
Do any studies support this one-poison-fits-all approach to nutrition? Several commentators refer to peer-reviewed studies which they claim do, but none cites a single one. I googled the link between gluten and dementia and found a single study, dating from 2006, which involved a grand total of 13 patients of whom 3 showed "improvement or stabilization of dementia" when off gluten. And even for this tiny tiny study there is no citation.
Anyway, if we can't eat anything containing gluten, and that means not only bread but, for example, soy sauce (everybody in Japan must have all the diseases referred to), what should we eat? Towards the end of the program a self-identified chef (it doesn't give the name of his restaurant) tells us to eat only meat and fish and vegetables and you will be healthy. Really? You mean Roundup and comparable poisons aren't sprayed on our vegetables or on the grain our animals eat? As for fish, we are continually warned about the mercury contamination of some fish and the terrible plight of others swimming in our polluted waters. As for dairy, this film warns against that too as fit only for baby cows. The only logical conclusion is never never eat . . . anything.
A total waste of time.