Pathogenic bacteria is fueled by wheat because they are genetically modified to include more gluten and contain lectins and have many other unhealthy factors.
Do you need to go gluten-free? Learn some facts and basics about gluten and decide for yourself.
Inflammation is natural when you cut your finger, but chronic inflammation in your body can do serious damage, leading to cancer, heart disease, arthritis, Alzheimer’s, and more.
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A wide range of gastrointestinal and immune system disorders have become more prevalent since the introduction of GMOs in 1996. And researchers are starting to make the connection.
The Bread Lab, a plant-breeding program at Washington State University Mount Vernon, may have discovered why so many folks have trouble digesting gluten.
Many ailments are linked to the protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. Here are 10 signs you’re gluten intolerant or sensitive, and a simple test to prove it.
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If we’re addicted to food, the addiction often begins in childhood. Here’s a look at some simple ways to help your kids build healthy habits.
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Did you know cold cereals were invented in the late 1800s based on religious beliefs in vegetarianism and suppressing sexual urges? And it’s all gone downhill since then.
‘Enriched wheat’ has a healthy ring to it. So why do nutritionists stay away?
Art photographer Ernie Button has seemingly found a better use for sugary cereals than a not-so-nutritious breakfast. You’ve heard of Surrealism, but how about Cerealism?
Thousands of pigs have been found dead in rivers supplying Shanghai’s water, a grisly discovery that has drawn attention to China’s toxic pollution, which contributes to some 700,000 deaths each year.
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The European Commission is finally on the verge of banning pesticides linked to the disappearance of the honeybee. But corporate giants are doing everything in their power to keep the status quo.
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