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Einkorn now in Whole Foods

I just saw this at Whole Foods: einkorn pasta. In my einkorn bread experience (In search of wheat: We bake einkorn bread), I was spared the high blood glucose and neurologic and gastrointestinal effects of conventional whole wheat grain (dwarf Triticum aestivum). … Continue reading

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In search of wheat: Another einkorn experience

Lisa is a trained dietitian. Unlike many of her colleagues, she has “seen the light” and realized that the conventional advice that most dietitians are forced to dispense through hospitals, clinics, and other facilities is just plain wrong.  I know … Continue reading

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In search of wheat: Einkorn and blood sugar

There are three basic aspects of wheat’s adverse health effects: immune activation (e.g., celiac disease), neurologic implications (e.g., schizophrenia and ADHD), and blood sugar effects. Among the questions I’d like answered is whether ancient wheat, such as the einkorn grain … Continue reading

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