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... Then there's wheat germ and whole wheat bread. I suppose we would have to include just about all baked goods whether they're made with white flour or whole wheat flour. Wheather it's a loaf of white bread, donut or pizza, it's a "wheat based food". ... (12 replies)
... Of course those things are unhealthy if they are refined! I don't eat donuts and when I eat pizza, pasta and sub sandwiches I eat the whole wheat version. If you told a Registered Dietitian that whole wheat pasta is unhealthy, they would strongly disagree. ... (73 replies)
... Yah, I tryied buckwheat waffles and they are pretty good. Now I'm eating Kashi blueberry waffles and I'm not sure if it's buckwheat, it's whole grain. What kind of bread are you going to buy? ... (21 replies)

Wheat Unhealthy?
Oct 3, 2007
... I don't eat any wheat at all, because I have gluten intolerance. But I believe that most people would be much better off if they ate small amounts of whole wheat, and found also other grains and sources for getting their carbohydrates. ... (1 replies)
... You can buy buckwheat noodles. The Japanese called them 'soba'. They're relly good if you put them in some broth with some celery, carrot and broccoli - good, and tasty soup. (21 replies)
... Thanks everybody for your responses. The reason I was asking was because I was talking to this naturopathy doctor who says wheat is no good for you. That when he was in school they woul dmix wheat with water and get something that could be used as glue? ... (21 replies)
... And Thomas, I have read A LOT of research on Addison's disease. I actually do talks at medical schools on the topic and I have never found any research that suggests that primary Addison's disease is caused by gluten intolerance. I realize that there must be info out there about this because I have heard people talk about this, but it is purely testimonial and not... (73 replies)
... t celiac, because I have it myself. But the numbers I read are that 1 out of 100 or 200 or 300 or some UNKNOWN percentage of people in the western world have an intolerance or sensitivity to gluten. ... (73 replies)
... Rheanna, You're right, 1 out of 100 have celiac, but you're missing something. 1 out of 2 have subclinical gluten intolerance. Celiac is the most severe form of gluten intolerance. 50 percent have it subclinically...I have all the data that says so...And somebody show me where a donuts, pizza, pasta, and submarine sandwiches are healthy. (73 replies)
... I read an article that says one of the primary causes of Addison's disease is gluten intolerance. Like I said, you may feel healthy, but if you're eating wheat all the time, there are changes in your body happening without you feeling it. ... (73 replies)
... I don't think you can get Rice Chex in the UK, but some of the major supermarkets sell Kallo Whole Earth Organic Cornflakes which definitely are gluten free and not excessively expensive like many special diet products. ... (12 replies)
Wheat
Jun 14, 2005
... and therefore haven't developed the digestive systems to handle 3 meals a day plus snacks of wheat. Wheat used to be one of many grains that were hard to harvest, even after agriculture was developed. Therefore, it was only a small part of a daily diet. ... (6 replies)
... en tested for Celiac's disease, but it came back negative. I'm having a hard time finding a bread substitute that satisfies my taste. I practically LIVE off of whole grain breads, cereals, pastas, and oatmeal...so the idea of having to give up nearly all of the foods that I love, is very difficult for me. ... (9 replies)
... It does sound like you are eating lots of wheat and at least some milk every day, so the first recommendation I have is to stop eating ALL wheat and ALL milk for a period of at least 5 days. This means no bread, no cereal, no pasta, no bagels, nothing made with white flour, wheat, whole, wheat, etc... ... (4 replies)
... My daughter has a food intolerance to barley. ... (1 replies)
... e, giving up junk food is one thing and bravo to her for doing so. However, keep in mind that there are many healthy breads and products that contain gluten and whole grain, so if she is not celiac, she really shouldn't be giving up gluten just for the sake of it. ... (4 replies)
Bread
Jul 9, 2008
... is a much healthier diet for several reasons. It means more fiber because of whole grains and the fruits and veggies that we're supposed to be eating. ... (5 replies)
Diabetic
Apr 5, 2009
... If you have Celiac Disease like me or Gluten Intolerance you can't eat certain types of gluten, namely from wheat, rye, oats and barley. You've probably seen the labels touting "gluten free!". ... (1 replies)
... Jennita, I have never heard of fructose intolerance but I'd believe it. They put it in everything these days and it makes me sick, too, like milk. I don't drink pasteurized or processed fruit juice, either!! ... (94 replies)
Swollen belly :(
Jun 28, 2010
... Hi, You mentioned that if you did not work out for a bit, you noticed a difference in your waist area, ruling out dietary intolerance. I am gluten and dairy intolerant and I used to work out like crazy, I know that a day of not exercising did make a huge difference to me before I knew about my intolerances, but I realize now that the intolerances cause the massive water... (29 replies)




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