I recently read that wheat, even whole wheat, is actually really unhealthy. Even if you are not gluten sensitive. The article was saying something about the way wheat is made (apparently it's been modified so greatly people have been calling it "Frankenwheat") nowadays in the US. My question is whether or not buying organic wheat or sprouted wheat might eliminate the concerns? Also, do health food brands like Kashi use this compromised wheat as well? (I really love their shredded wheat cereals.) And do other countries' wheat have the same unhealthy properties? Thanks for helping. Smile
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replied July 14th, 2014
thank you for askign

those who are distributing this propaganda about the wheat they have a strong beef with them or a bone to pick with or are advertisers to some thing eatable. wheat is a perfectly balanced diet and almost every 2nd person of the world is dependent on it. so if the article is right then 3 billion people are wrong. so consider it for yourself. odds speak for itself. stop reading this rubbish or you will be brain washed for such natural and healthy ingredients.
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replied August 8th, 2015
I disagree with the doctor above for many reasons, including the inflammatory effect of wheat, the process in which your body breaks it down, and the toxins it exposes your body to.
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replied August 28th, 2018
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It is better to use porridge buckwheat or oatmeal. Much more useful.
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