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Drea
Saturday, March 20, 2010, 11:20pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Millet is a black dot on my SWAMI report. Is millet like wheat in that when it's sprouted it is no longer problematic? I ask because the bread I buy contains sprouted millet, and if it is still a black dot even after sprouting, I don't want to continue to eat it.


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Drea,
Obviously, I don't know the facts, I can only apply logic, but I may be wrong...

When I look at Typebase, Millet is a Beneficial for AB, but avoid for me on GTD Warrior by the book...  It seems obvious to me that it isn't a lectin that is going to bother me.  
The only negative I see in Typebase is that it is a high glycemic food.  I guess it is possible that the sugar would be converted to a more usable food for the young plant, changing it for the Genotype, but it seems logical that anything easier for a young plant to use would be more simple rather than more complex.   If a sugar is simpler, it seems logical that this would have a greater glycemic index.  If this is the reason it is Black dot for your SWAMI, I would expect it to be the same or worse after sprouting.


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millet is different than wheat...
if a black dot for you, sprouts would have the same value


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Thanks for your input (not what I wanted to hear, though). I won't be buying it anymore.


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I understand...


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Drea, have you tried the Flaxmeal bread that Debra makes?


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Quoted from Andrea AWsec
Drea, have you tried the Flaxmeal bread that Debra makes?
No, but I've been meaning to try it. Just looking for some time.



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