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  1. That's interesting. Are there any research papers to prove that?
  2. There's some interesting thoughts here. But there is no way anyone could ever avoid eating wheat/gluten completely. At some time we are all going to consume it. It is unavoidable. What I'm doing is to avoid it as much as humanly possible but to also do things to help myself heal so when I do...
  3. I got tested for wheat allergy and it came back negative. I guess I'm gluten intolerant.
  4. Thanks for that suggestion. I'm going to get tested for that. I have been tested for celiac but it came back negative. I know there are a lot of people that are Gluten Intolerant that no test will pick up anything however.
  5. For me personally, I did an elimination diet that excluded wheat/gluten. As soon as I ate something with wheat in it I had an immediate reaction. My eyes started watering and I was sneezing. For the next week my body was all achy. I had bad headaches. I lacked energy. After that I cut out...
  6. I've been eating a gluten free diet for a long time now. In the beginning I didn't mind eating gluten free because the pain of eating gluten was too much. I wouldn't go anywhere near anything with gluten and you couldn't pay me to do it. But I've been doing a lot of things to help improve my digestion...