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Being on the payroll as Chairman of the Grain Foods Foundation lessens this researchers objectivity. Fact is hundreds of thousands of people are feeling healthier on gluten-free diets. When you look at the way industrialized soy and the waste product soy lecithin is produced, it's not hard to see the reason why people are turning away from the additives they cannot pronounce. And good for them!

Posted by L Matthews
27 August 2012 | 17h52

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