August 21, 2016
Why have we become so wheat intolerant? 'Whatâ€™s With Wheat?' documentary investigates the growing epidemic of wheat intolerance. Why after eating wheat for thousands of years, it has been linked to many health problems.
Tens of thousands of people are suffering with ill health and donâ€™tÂ realise itâ€™s a result of the food choices they are making. They oftenÂ assume it is part of their genetic make-up or the fact of just gettingÂ older.
The story of wheat is the story of food, people need to becomeÂ educated, knowledgeable and aware. They need to start makingÂ changes to improve the health of their children and future
A must watch for anyone who is concerned about the foods theyÂ consume or may have any kind of health concerns. Wheat can certainly be the issue for many.
SCREENING SPONSORED BY WOK and TRUE FOODS. Â Their sponsorship means that tickets are half our normal price. Movie followed by discussion and Q&A. Adults $7, Children $4.
Documentary | 1hr 29mins | Exempt | Country of Origin: Australia
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Why have we become so wheat intolerant? 'Whatâ€™s With Wheat?' documentary investigates the growing epidemic of wheat intolerance. Why after eating wheat for thousands of years, it has been linked to many health problems. Exempt.
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