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Sometimes I see references to the amount of prolamin or gliadin instead of gluten, why?
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To cereal scientists, gluten is the same as prolamin, but in some older terminology only the
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How much gluten is in a normal diet, and how much does it take to cause damage in a celiac?*
The average gluten-containing
diet contains roughly 10-40 grams of gluten per day.... [READ MORE]
How is wheat starch made? Why is some starch said to be more toxic than others?
Most of the wheat
grain and of white flour is made up of starch granules.... [READ MORE]
How can I determine the amount of gluten from the weight of the wheat in food?
For 100 units of whole grain wheat, about 70 units of
white flour results from the milling process.... [READ MORE]
Where can I get reliable laboratory tests done, including blood tests?*
The following labs have excellent reputations for
2211 Michigan Ave.... [READ MORE]