With so many varieties, it’s hard to know which bread is the most nutritious.
With so many bread options it's a hard choice. Here's which bread you should choose and why.
Of the many food fads, “gluten free” is one that can be unhealthy.
Avoiding gluten may actually be doing more harm than good.
Even after many years on a gluten-free diet, many Australians with coeliac disease continue suffering persistent symptoms.
Enzyme supplementation won't cure those with coeliac disease, but it could make life much easier for many sufferers.
Reports gluten can prevent type 2 diabetes come from a study that didn’t really prove this.
This new study could make it seem that gluten intake is protective against developing type 2 diabetes. But there's a more likely explanation.
A dangerous health fad.
People with coeliac disease need to avoid gluten, but a gluten-free diet is otherwise best avoided. It raises the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Wheat growing in a field in Western Australia and destined to be processed to flour for many different food products.
Richard Jakoby, Plant Energy Biology
Most people eat about a kilo of wheat a week but for others it can cause painful health concerns. So why not isolate the parts of wheat that cause problems, and remove them from future crops.
You need the right one for the job.
From non-Newtownian fluids, to hydrophobic starch, to plasticisation - various flours can do amazing things. But you must choose the right one for the job!
As many as 326,000 Australians may be unnecessarily avoiding gluten.
Gluten is a protein found in the grains wheat, rye and barley. For people with the autoimmune condition coeliac disease, eating foods that contain gluten can damage the lining of the intestines. Over time…
Thinking of jumping on the gluten-free bandwagon? Better think again.
The Neolithic Revolution introduced a whole range of new foods and proteins into the human digestive tract. But this phenomenal change created the perfect conditions for the rise of coeliac disease. While…