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Celiac-Safe Wheat Coming Soon--Maybe - EmpowHer

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Celiac-Safe Wheat Coming Soon--Maybe

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The current treatment for celiac disease is strict avoidance of all products containing gluten, which is the protein that gives bread its characteristic texture. Without the stability provided by gluten, carbon dioxide generated by yeast in bread dough ...

On nutrition: What celiac is and isn't The Seattle Times

Answer to Medical Mystery Monday #37 Albany Times Union (blog)

Gluten menaces those with celiac disease Dubuque Telegraph Herald

Market Press Release (press release)  - FoodNavigator-USA.com

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Oh, it's from "EmpowHer"........

catch the ending

At the other end of the spectrum, many individuals have some degree of gluten sensitivity. Celiac-safe wheat could offer health benefits for a large number of consumers. Watch your grocery store for new products.

Proof that you can have a Phd, and still be capable of drawing an erroneous conclusion after writing a lousy article.

The article links at the bottom go to other recently written articles on Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac with gemstones such as this one:

http://www.empowher.com/celiac-disease/content/treatments-gluten-sensitivity-and-celiac-disease

Wheat, spelt, barley, millet and rye cereals contain gluten and have to be avoided.

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