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IS WHEAT POISON? WHAT’S BEHIND THE RISE OF CELIAC DISEASE AND GLUTEN INTOLERANCE
We humans have been hunter-gatherers for more than 99.9% of our history.
For millions of years, we subsisted on a diet of fruits, nuts, wild vegetables, bone marrow, seafood, meat, and herbs.
Grains such as wheat, corn, barley, oats, and rye were not introduced into the diet until about 10,000 years ago. These grains became staples of our diet due to the introduction of agriculture.
Not everyone fared so well in this new agricultural system. As a matter of fact, the majority of people didn’t. Relying on agriculture for the most of the diet, restricted variety.
Archaeologists have discovered that the switch to agriculture resulted in a dramatic decline in health in every culture.
Our bodies are not well adapted to grains, though some tolerate them better than others.
Many cannot tolerate grains that contain gluten at all, in any amount. For other sensitive individuals, long-term consumption of gluten destroys their health and may lead to their death.
- History of Celiac Disease
- Glyphosate and the Rise in Celiac Disease
- Examples of environmental agents
- How We Make Bread
- Traditionally, Bread Was Healthier
- What is Gluten?
- Candida, Gluten, and Other Food Allergies
- Increased Risk for other Debilitating Diseases
- Symptoms of Celiac Disease
- Diet Is the Only Known Treatment
- Other non-food items that may not be gluten free include