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Peggy Anne

Coffee, Wine, Balsamic Vinegar Processed With Gluten!

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I found out why I react to wines, balsamic vinegars (which are made from wine) and coffee. They are all de-acidified by pouring over gluten and casein proteins! In Europe, they are having the makers of products which use food allergens in their processing to put a notice on those products. Here in the good ol' USA the FDA (which is run by industry personnel) is working for the manufacturer rather than the consumers, is fighting that restriction the same way they outlawed hormone free milk producers from being able to put that on their labels. Folks, we ran a huge petition drive against the FDA to the point it ended up in court and we won. Dairy farmers can now label their hormone free milk as such. The FDA is not our friend. We need to write to every one of our Congressional people to get the same law passed here in the USA.

Also gliaden proteins in rice and other non-gluten seeds and grains may make people react. Grains, according to the book "Dangerous Grains" by Braly and Hoggan (my bible) simply are not primate foods. Fresh veggies, fruits and meats are all digestable for us. But the hard grains are only fully digested by birds and ruminants. When I follow the "Chimpanzee Diet" as my hubby and I call it, I am 100% symptom free.

I am now 51 years old and no longer show signs of type 2 diabetes(was a skinny diabetic since age 15), migraines, MS symptoms(that I had had since college), fibromyalgia, restless leg, mitral valve prolapse.

FREE AT LAST! :D

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I believe this came up in another of your posts. Could you please site the source for the information in the first paragraph?

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I found out why I react to wines, balsamic vinegars (which are made from wine) and coffee. They are all de-acidified by pouring over gluten and casein proteins!

Peggy Anne,

This is the second claim you made regarding this subject. This is absolutely untrue! Can you support this claim with verification?

Hearsay is not acceptable, when you telling people that their wine, vinegar and coffee is contaminated with gluten.

Accurate information on this site is essential.

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I am now 51 years old and no longer show signs ..... mitral valve prolapse.

With all due respect... THIS IS THE MOST REDICULOUS THING I HAVE HEARD !

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I've heard and read that there can be casein in wine (and there are milk allergy warning labels on wines in Australia) but I've never heard this about vinegar or coffee. I'm in Europe so I'll check the labels and let you guys know if that part is true.

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The only thing European wine makers have to warn about on labels is sulphites as far as I know. There is discussion about requiring them to warn about other allergens but that's not in effect yet I think.

I haven't found much info about using gluten as a fining agent, and I doubt that it would be used much, but casein is used, that's not a myth or anything. That applies to wines, I know nothing about vinegars or coffees. Googling casein fining wine will give lots of links, also to technical articles about wine making.

from the European Food Safety Authority:

http://www.efsa.europa.eu/EFSA/efsa_locale...78630797606.htm

Pauliina

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