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curiouser
Saturday, March 19, 2011, 9:19pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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The WSJ has a recent article + video based on studies about gluten sensitivity.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704893604576200393522456636.html

I found it really interesting that it mentions that the changes the food industry has made to our food supplies may be making more people sensitive to gluten.
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I didn't know that they modified wheat significantly to harm my health.
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I will try to understand what Dr. Dadamo says in those articles but I find myself wishing for a dumbed down version of his posted information.....Dr. Dadamo for Dummies if you please.
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Quoted from curiouser
I didn't know that they modified wheat significantly to harm my health.


Not exactly on purpose. If you modify the protein content (i.e. increase it) you also modify its content slightly which may be what people are reacting to.

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"People aren't born with this. Something triggers it and with this dramatic rise in all ages, it must be something pervasive in the environment," says Joseph A. Murray, a gastroenterologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. One possible culprit: agricultural changes to wheat that have boosted its protein content









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It is good that there are more health and ecco advocates than there used to be.  I know that golden rice has been around scientifically for many years but certain groups have been able to require more testing before it is introduced as a food source.
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I will try to understand what Dr. Dadamo says in those articles but I find myself wishing for a dumbed down version of his posted information.....Dr. Dadamo for Dummies if you please.
I can relate It isn't that we are dummies or not interested; it's just that we are not scientists Totally fascinated as I am, when I am reading these articles late at night, my eyes can tend to glaze over...(no offense Dr D - it's me not you )

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Interesting article eh? First thing I bought was a box of gluten in order to follow my Dad's bread recipe
I remember him, so hard working, spending most of Sunday afternoon making the bread for the week... Not only did he stone grind his own wholemeal flour, but there was always that added gluten to keep it soft... Wonderful bread but I did not benefit from it & I suspect nor did he
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