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Hello Jamie,
Listen to your colon.Enjoy the rice cakes.sheldon
FROM THE WESTON A. PRICE FOUNDATION WEB SITE
Animals that nourish themselves on primarily on grain and other plant matter have as many as four stomachs. Their intestines are longer, as is the entire digestion transit time. Man, on the other hand, has but one stomach and a much shorter intestine compared to herbivorous animals. These features of his anatomy allow him to pass animal products before they putrefy in the gut but make him less well adapted to a diet high in grainsóunless, of course, he prepares them properly. When grains are properly prepared through soaking, sprouting or sour leavening, the friendly bacteria of the microscopic world do some of our digesting for us in a container, just as these same lactobacilli do their work in the first and second stomachs of the herbivores.
ALSO SEE the above listing BROWN RICE RESEARCH PAPER (7 mon)for more information.
 

 
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