Conventional medicine says only a very small percentage of the population suffers from gluten intolerance while some naturopaths have it as high as 60%. The truth is probably somewhere in between. A gluten free is not that hard to do if one wants to try it. I tried some gluten free muffins and bagels a couple weeks back because they were on sale at what you might pay for muffins and bagels regularly. I don't think I'm in the percentage that has the problem though. But then I do eat lots of corn products, rice pastas and rice. It's always good to mix things up a bit just to avoid developing an intolerance.
On 05/25/2013 07:58 AM, Share Long wrote: > That's great carde, what other benefits have you noticed? noozguru, you've > probably said before, but I'll ask anyway: what do you think of the whole > gluten free trend? thanks > > > > > ________________________________ > From: card <cardemais...@yahoo.com> > To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com > Sent: Saturday, May 25, 2013 1:11 AM > Subject: [FairfieldLife] Gluten free diet and siddhis! > > > > > > Highly recommend most of us to try gluten free diet > at least for a couple of days! (No wheat, rye or, > Lawd have mercy, barley!?) > > It's way weird but after I've been on that diet > for a couple of weeks now, also the "other" saMyama-s > (not just YF) seem to have some effect, or stuff! > > Well, mainly that's prolly due to my being able > to concentrate ("do" dhaaraNaa*) better, because > the constant irritation of my lungs has diminished, > I'd say at least by 90 percent! > > *saMyamaH = dhaaraNaa "+" dhyaanam "+" samaadhiH > > (trayam [(those) three] ekatra: saMyamaH) > > >