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The Myth of Big, Bad Gluten

Is this enough time to adapt? To answer that question, consider how some populations have adapted to milk consumption. We can digest lactose, a sugar in milk, as infants, but many stop producing the enzyme that breaks it down - called lactase - in adulthood.

Read the article on Nytimes

Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Gluten-haters should not read this article as it is an intelligent and scientific statement that gluten being the evil dietary devil may be entirely wrong.  As I have pointed many times, much of “gluten sensitivity” comes from FODMAP sensitivity as well as increased gut permeability not caused by gluten, but by inflammation.


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