Settling the great grain debate.
“We are not suffering a global epidemic of gluten-sensitive, lactose-fearing, kidney-damaged people.”
The hate mail has already started coming in. Probably because of lines like this: “We are not suffering a global epidemic of gluten-sensitive, lactose-fearing, kidney-damaged people.” Am I trying to piss people off? Of course not. Gluten and other food allergies are all VERY real….Read More
Why after thousands of years of eating wheat, are humans suddenly becoming intolerant to it? Interesting Article by Sue Woledge. Something to consider (Gordon Palmer CPT) The incidence of gluten intolerance, celiac disease and other health problems linked to the consumption of wheat and gluten…Read More
by BRYAN WALSH Everywhere you look, there’s a ton of discussion about gluten and gluten sensitivity. In fact, PN’s very own Ryan Andrews wrote a great article – All About Gluten – just a few weeks back. But is gluten sensitivity really something you need to be concerned with? …Read More
by RYAN ANDREWS Also see tomorrows post about an at home test for gluten sensitivity. What is gluten? Gluten is a protein found in some grains, especially wheat. Technically, “gluten” is a term applied specifically to the combination of the prolamin proteins called gliadins and the…Read More