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~John Lennon


Sunday, November 10, 2013

Your Brain's Silent Killers

A good friend forwarded this link to me and I read the pages of the excerpt from the book "Grain Brain".

The information in the excerpt was not new to me, as I had already come to believe that the way the food is processed today is not like the food I ate as a child. After the modification, the flour a person purchases now is not like the flour we used 50 or 60 years ago.

Living gluten and wheat free has given me a new life. No longer in pain and no longer spending time at doctors and in the bathroom. I usually don't waste time wishing for something, but I often do wish I had known about my allergy to wheat, rye, barley while I was raising my children. It would have been amazing to be their mom and feeling as healthy and strong and pain free as I do now.

I have ordered the book "Grain Brain" from Amazon and will be sharing it with my friends after I read it.

6 comments:

Ms. A said...

I remember your wheat belly posts. Glad to hear it's still working for you!

Brian Miller said...

it is amazing the difference in the kids i work with that are gluten free now....so i am def a believer...will check that book...

DJan said...

I am still wheat free, but I eat rye without problems. Yes, it looks like a book I should read. I read the excerpt and it sounds very interesting. Hugs to you!

Stephen Hayes said...

My problem has never been "what" I eat but rather how much. But I do experience a few digestive problems that are making me consider studying up on the gluten issue.

Abby said...

I've had others as well as you sing the praises of gluten-free. I've cut back on the gluten, but haven't quite made it to "freedom". I'll get there!

Mrs4444 said...

This is quite a testimonial; I'm glad you've found some answers.