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Published by: Lois Francis on Jan 20, 2012
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A Health and Wellbeing News publication
By Lois FrancisCopyright 2011
Do you have a wheat intolerance?
 Wheat is the most widely consumed cereal in the US. and Europe today.More than a billion people use it as a staple in their diet and wheatproduction has almost doubled since the turn of the 20
century. InBritain it provides 27% of our daily calorie intake.History has seen it as an essential element to a nutritious diet, and townsgrew up around its supply. It was first grown in the Middle East over tenthousand years ago and has since adapted to grow in almost any climate.However, the wholesome wheat products of ten thousand years ago differgreatly from the refined white flour of today.The pale, fluffy, white cake-like bread so many of us eat, is a far cry fromthe heavy, wholesome, chewy whole grain breads that were once thestaple diet.In history, the purity of what you ate reflected your social standing, so of course clean, white, light, and refined was very much preferred to the

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