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Scores of people pass the test for the anti-gliadin antibodies but still know that their health issues directly correlate with eating wheat. Now, we might know why.Read More
Just playing off gluten intolerance as some random trendy diet fad or a make believe food hysteria is not just misleading…it is dangerous. It could kill someone.Read More
According to some experts, wheat is more like the staff of death than the staff of life these days. Due to genetic modifications of wheat over the past century (go HERE to learn how scientists “fixed” wheat during the 60s), the grain that appears in nearly every meal in America seems to be causing serious […]Read More
If you shop in the health food section of the grocery store or read the foodie blogs, you may have noticed a trend over the past couple of years: gluten intolerance seems to be on the rise. Kristen Michaelis explains this intolerance very clearly on the website Food Renegade: First, let’s be clear about what gluten […]Read More
Note from Daisy: Since our family has just recently reduced our wheat consumption, this article couldn’t have come at a better time for us! I can personally recommend the chia seeds, the brown rice flour, and the oat flour that Tess describes below! by Tess Pennington Originally Published at Ready Nutrition Part of my research to become self-reliant is […]Read More
Food storage calculators recommend 300 pounds of grains per person for a one year supply. For a family of four, that is a whopping 1200 pounds of food that you should store if you are trying to build a one year pantry! That sounds like a really daunting number until you remember that it is divided […]Read More
When grocery shopping for bread, a plethora of options is presented. You can get… 100% Whole Wheat Stone Ground Wheat Whole Wheat Cracked Wheat Whole Grain Multi Grain 60% Wheat The marketing companies are full of wholesome sounding options…but most of us have caught on that it’s all a scheme to make the most money […]Read More