Autoimmune Disease | What's With Wheat
Activism Can Take Many Forms – Here’s How To Do Your Part

Activism Can Take Many Forms – Here’s How To Do Your Part

When I started to notice health issues as a result of my own consumption of wheat, I started to investigate further. Little did I know 8 years ago when I started to research this ancient grain what I would uncover – and what I now know, I cannot unknow. And,...
‘What’s With Wheat?’ – Watch and Act

‘What’s With Wheat?’ – Watch and Act

When I decided to create the documentary What’s With Wheat?, I sat down and planned it out; I wrote a story line and I specified who I wanted in the documentary. Little did I know that after all my interviews, there would be a change in the direction of the...
GERD and Indigestion – Could Gluten Be a Problem?

GERD and Indigestion – Could Gluten Be a Problem?

I’ve seen the devastating effect of an inflamed oesophagus. My sister at 24 had bad indigestion. She went to the doctor and he eventually diagnosed her with the life threatening autoimmune disease CREST. CREST is an acronym for 5 autoimmune diseases (calcinosis,...
Is Gluten or Glyphosate to Blame for Our Declining Health?

Is Gluten or Glyphosate to Blame for Our Declining Health?

Bread has been eaten for thousands of years. Sourdoughs using ancient wheat grain varieties, like einkorn, emmer, kamut and spelt have been a staple in the northern hemisphere diets for many generations. The first time I heard the word coeliac was when I was 16 and...
10 Foods That Can Mimic Gluten

10 Foods That Can Mimic Gluten

If you have an autoimmune disease, or any inflammatory condition, you shouldn’t be eating gluten – period. However, there are some people with celiac disease (and other autoimmune diseases) that may continue to feel unwell, even when they eliminate all sources...
What Really Causes Celiac Disease?

What Really Causes Celiac Disease?

Celiac disease affects approximately 1 in 70 Australians and 1 in 133 Americans, and around 83% of people who have celiac disease are either undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. This means the vast majority of people who have celiac disease don’t yet know that they have it....
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