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May 20, 2008


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One of the most pernicious foods is wheat. Not only because of gluten, but a specific lectin (protein compound) which reacts poorly with the epithelial cells of the intestinal tract. Symptoms vary individual to individual from almost no symptoms at all to allergies, auto-immune disorders, to full-blown celiac disease. Anyone with disturbed intestinal function might consider giving a wheat-free diet a two week trial to see if there is any improvement. Easily said, hard to do because wheat is ubiquitous and the basis of many food items from pies to crackers, and most people love bread.

If bowels are in a truly healthy state, there should be little time to read in the bathroom. How many dogs do you see reading while taking a crap? (or while doing anything else for that matter). The point is they squat, do it, and they're on their way.

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