Posted 27 September 2013 - 08:26 AM
Didn't think this report was particularly good. Have to wonder how many of these studies are funded by the wheat industry. No one wants to rock the boat other than a few people like W Davis who is then branded. Its getting to be like the GMO issue and in a sense it is related. If Borlaug had not modified the wheats in the 60s to contain 14 times the gluten would we all be having these problems? Funny how the French didnt accept the American wheat and have much less of a problem than their neighbors.
I was there. I heard the presentations. The wheat does not contain more gluten. Its not "GMO" in the sense that many are using the term these days. Its a hybrid. If you read the article and the research it is linked to, it states that there is not more gluten in the dwarf hybrid of wheat.
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