What’s the big deal with gluten? - William D. Chey
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The Gluten-Free Craze Is Boon and Bane for Those With Celiac Disease from NPR explains how this sudden awareness of gluten allergies and issues has actually helped those with celiac disease. Then read how, “Wheat tries to get in on the gluten-free food craze” and find out how farmers are looking into wheat repositories from as far back as the 1900s in hope of finding a variety of wheat that will cause less of a reaction to celiac disease sufferers.
Are you wondering if it just might be a healthier lifestyle if we all went gluten-free? Read, Should We All Go Gluten-Free? What do you think?
Fascinated about the “nocebo” effect mentioned in this lesson? Read the article, “What is the nocebo effect?” Then, visit the BBC and peruse through the article: The contagious thought that could kill you. It’s amazing what the mind can do isn’t it?
If you are interesting in learning more about gastrointestinal problems (whether you suffer from them or not), please visit MyGiHealth.
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