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  1. Well, the ingredients on the bag say "Organic sprouted whole grain wheat, filtered water, organic sprouted whole grain barley, organic sprouted whole grain millet, Organic malted barley, organic sprouted whole lentils, organic sprouted whole soybeans, organic sprouted whole grain spelt, fresh yeast, sea salt. This unique bread is made from freshly sprouted live grains and contains absolutely no flour. " I've been eating this bread b/c I've been told and I've read that "gluten breaks down during germination and the bulk of the gluten naturally contained in wheat breads breaks down in sprouted breads." And thus people with wheat or gluten allergies are able to eat sprouted grain breads.
  2. Yes, you're right, soy sauce is fermented. I just wasn't too sure how strictly I should eliminate my allergy foods b/c 1) it's only a pinprick test and 2) when I asked, my allergy specialist said to just cut down, and not eliminate all the things I tested positive for completely from my diet. lol, I agree with the doctors thing. Most haven't helped me at all, or made my symptoms worse. Oddly enough, I found my homeopath knew and helped me the most.
  3. Thanks for the info! Hmm... Do you think the Ezekiel 4:9
  4. Hi, I had been having GI problems for a while, even went to a GI specialist, where he diagnosed me with motility disorder and prescribed me maximum dosage of the medicine Dicetel. A month later, my problems just seemed to skyrocket. I was in the bathroom all the time and I could not get into contact with my GI specialist. I went to a homeopath (to try detox) and she suggested to get off of gluten and dairy products. Once I started that, my problems got a lot better. However, since I was never tested, I now wonder what my problem really is. I did a pinprick allergy test, and though I'm allergic to quite a few things (all the nature ones ie. pollens, ragweed, dust, tobacco smoke etc.. , yeast, eggs, melons, bananas, chocolate just to name a few) I did not test positive for wheat or dairy products. Although I know that the pinprick test only tests for immediate reactions and not delayed or long term ones, I wonder if I really am gluten intolerant or I'm reacting to some other ingredient in my food. I'm thinking of doing the celiac panel test but I read somewhere that the test isn't accurate if you're on a gluten-free diet. I've been pretty gluten free except I eat Ezekiel 4:9
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