Category Archives: Nutritional deficiencies

Wheat and spina bifida

Spina bifida and neural tube defects are a devastating condition that affect 1 in 800 births. They represent the failure of the spinal column and overlying tissues to close in utero during the first trimester of pregnancy, leaving the spinal … Continue reading

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Wheat Belly . . . and folates

Advocates of wheat consumption claim that multiple nutritional deficiencies will develop with elimination of this thing being sold to us called “wheat” (cause it ain’t wheat, but a genetically-altered product for high-yield). Folates are a B vitamin necessary for multiple … Continue reading

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Wheat Belly . . . and vitamin B6

If we were to believe the claims of conventional diet advice, such as those being echoed by wheat industry groups like the Grain Foods Foundation in their SixServings Blog (where, by the way, you’ve GOT to read the over 70 … Continue reading

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