Personally, I don't care whether people eat wheat or not. I don't because it gives me problems, but the rest of my family does. I ate it for years, but started to run into problems (joint inflammation, especially in the shoulders) with it a few years ago. Those last few years I had started emphasizing whole wheat and ate very little refined wheat. That could mean that WGA is what gives me a problem rather than gluten, and that I'd be fine with white flour. I'm not going to bother finding out though, as I'm perfectly happy not eating wheat. I have a much easier time keeping my weight down now, as replacing wheat products with other things like more fruits, vegetables and starchy tubers seems to work much better for me in terms of satiety.
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