Allergies/Food Sensitivities | What's With Wheat
5 Gluten-Free Grains That Are Easy To Digest

5 Gluten-Free Grains That Are Easy To Digest

When you remove gluten from your diet, it can seem as though the bulk of what you can eat has disappeared. I commonly hear, ‘But what do I eat now?!’ However, there is a huge, exciting array of gluten-free foods available! Gluten can create huge damage in our gut,...
10 Ways to Recover From an Accidental Gluten Exposure

10 Ways to Recover From an Accidental Gluten Exposure

Have you ever eaten out at a restaurant or café and specifically asked for a gluten-free meal, but then an hour or two later started to experience stomach pain, severe bloating, a headache, and had to make a few emergency trips to the bathroom? Sounds like you could...
Are Gluten-Free Diets Safe? And Other FAQs About a Gluten-Free Diet

Are Gluten-Free Diets Safe? And Other FAQs About a Gluten-Free Diet

Why is going gluten-free becoming so popular? Is it just the latest fad? Or is it simply because so many of us feel better when we avoid gluten that we’re telling everyone about it? As well as feeling better in themselves, I think people are starting to realise...
What’s With Wheat TEDx Talk Now Live

What’s With Wheat TEDx Talk Now Live

Some people just accept their genetics as something that they can’t change, but what if you had the tools and knowledge to improve your own situation and reverse your ‘genetic lottery’. These were questions that Cyndi O’Meara, creator of the...
My Sister and her Autoimmune Disease CREST

My Sister and her Autoimmune Disease CREST

It was early in the 1980’s when my sister told me she had been diagnosed with CREST.  She didn’t know much about it and neither did I. Those were the days when you had to go to the library and look up periodicals to understand the medical and science world. There...
Will Going Gluten Free Help Inflammatory Bowel Disease?

Will Going Gluten Free Help Inflammatory Bowel Disease?

The term inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) describes a condition in which the intestines are inflamed, meaning there are high numbers of inflammatory cells present in the lining of the digestive tract. It has often been thought of as an autoimmune disease, but research...
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