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There has been a tremendous amount of debate regarding grains. Whole unprocessed grains can be rich sources of vitamins and minerals, but the soil depletion and the special strains of grain can be rich sources of vitamins and minerals, but with soil depletion and special strains of grain that modern agriculture has developed, it isn't clear what nutrients remain. When scholars study disease patterns and the decline of various civilizations, many of the degenerative diseases developed when cultivation of grains became part of their culture. Allergic reactions, chemicals naturally found in certain grains, lack of the appropriate enzymes, and the carbohydrate content of grains make them a source of trouble for many individuals. My opinion at this time is to minimize grains such as wheat and barley. Unprocessed rye rolled oats and brown bread rice can be considered on occasion to give you more variety. Some of the Danish and German brown bread's like pumpernickel seem to be nutritious.

Dr.Cabrera My specialty is internal medicine. I have graduated as phycologist and I have advanced study courses on this condition and have taken a particular interest in working to enhance the immune system and stimulating personal growth. I am also highly skilled in working with a variety of musculoskeletal dysfunctions, pain, as well as gastrointestinal disorders.

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