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post #1 of 26 Old 11-09-2012, 08:39 PM Thread Starter
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Let me ask you this: what the craze with everything gluten free?

Now the big money raping from people craze is gluten free products. The majority dont even know what the shit is. Who cares?

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post #3 of 26 Old 11-09-2012, 11:15 PM
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Well from what I understand there are two reasons.

Celiac Disease is one, there are people who just can't have gluten.

2. non gluten carbs are supposed to be slower to digest, you get less of a blood sugar spike, less insulin... so it's supposed to be good for diabetic types.

the price should come down as more people use the products but as with everything, people need to know what is going on



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And there are a ton of people who have diseases and they can't eat anything that's not gluten free. It makes them really sick if they do, kind of like what milk does to people who are lack tos in tolerant.

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I think the medical condition is referred to as 'pussies'. I get the shits every time I eat taco bell. Doesn't mean I'm allergic to it.

On a serious ish note, I think the trend towards a sedentary society is making the human body less able to function. Physical exertion jump starts all the best bodily processes.
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I think the medical condition is referred to as 'pussies'. I get the shits every time I eat taco bell. Doesn't mean I'm allergic to it.

On a serious ish note, I think the trend towards a sedentary society is making the human body less able to function. Physical exertion jump starts all the best bodily processes.
Yes, and just over eating crap that has a lotta sugar and salt and NOT enough protein.

Came across some ancient photos of riders of the 50's. Everyone one of those guys were mega lean and tight. Then looked a bunch of everyday photos of normal city people. Photos FROM the 70's, ALL of them looked lean, except for aged. Look at modern photos and only the cutting edge athletes are tight. Modern city males are soft, FAT HEADED. Women are mega butt and ugly!

Something is going on and the problem is that males are NOT maturing and looking fat and girlie.

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Honestly, you guys seem like idiots, so i wont waste too much time on you, except rifleman an BP...my daughter has a gluten allergy, she gets very sick if she has gluten...gluten free products are very expensive, so yeah, even a company like progresso comes out with a bunch of gluten free stuff, I CARE!


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Anyone know know if Starbucks Venti Mocha Lattes are Gluten free?
I couldn't find any info.

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What's up with all these pu$$y's with peanut allergies??? I mean come one,,,if something like that makes you sick,,,,,you're just weak.







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Anyone know know if Starbucks Venti Mocha Lattes are Gluten free?
I couldn't find any info.
Starbucks is secretly testing gluten free products in Nashville and Kenya. Stay tuned.

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