What's With Wheat
Tracing the Causes and Effects of Gluten Intolerance

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Matt

Sounds like BS...

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Keralea

Funny!

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Kevin

Fine documentary, stuffed with actual facts, and not just "theories." Well worth watching, and thinking about; highly recommended.

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Billy

Well, besides bring awareness about the issues with our food industry, I am not sure what I learned from all of these. The problem is the people in this documentary are all so full of themselves and pretend that they are experts and know-it-all. The reality is that they have a theory, and ...Read more

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Leon

No, I Will Not Promote Your Anti-Wheat Documentary

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