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Doctors Say Changes In Wheat Do Not Explain Rise Of Celiac Disease - Npr (Blog)


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Posted 26 September 2013 - 01:39 PM


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Doctors Say Changes In Wheat Do Not Explain Rise Of Celiac Disease
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Wheat has been getting a bad rap lately. Many folks are experimenting with the gluten-free diet, and a best-selling book called Wheat Belly has helped drive a lot of the interest. "Wheat is the most destructive thing you could put on your plate, no ...
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Posted 27 September 2013 - 06:58 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.

 

 


NPR (blog)

Doctors Say Changes In Wheat Do Not Explain Rise Of Celiac Disease
NPR (blog)
Wheat has been getting a bad rap lately. Many folks are experimenting with the gluten-free diet, and a best-selling book called Wheat Belly has helped drive a lot of the interest. "Wheat is the most destructive thing you could put on your plate, no ...
No link between celiac disease and autism, study finds Fox News
John Hawks explores how celiac disease evolved University of Wisconsin-Madison
Study Finds No Link Between Autism, Celiac Disease WebMD

all 40 news articles ยป


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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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Posted 28 September 2013 - 11:19 PM

Did you read  wheat Belly? I'll try to find the link for the Aussie study saying  14 times the gluten ..    Using  gmo in this contest  was  discussed at a conference im  at today.  Its all semantics.  cross pollination  can or cant be considered  GMO  and the  letters are used to prove points on either side of that issue.  Borlaugs wheats are not transgentic but they were modified genetically. 

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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