Originally Posted by BucEyedPea
She knows food and allergies and knows it's an ancient grain. Natural health practitioners lean toward original wild version of food being better for you. This includes cows or cattle once ate wild grasses that had wild herbs among them to handle disease. It means wild salmon not farm raised having more nutrients in it for you.
No I didn't find anything. I was sick and no pathology showed with mainstream blood work. I had blood work re-done looking for other things. Spelt was suggested as a safer alternative after extensive blood work ( dipping my blood into 40 different foods). I tried it and it worked. No reaction. I was originally told it was a wild grain.
It's all BS. Eat spelt if it works for you. But don't tell me that my wheat is bad because it is not like a different plant that you're not allergic to.