Presenter: Bob Quinn
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During the past twelve years, Kamut International has granted nearly two million dollars to three independent laboratories in the University of Bologna and University of Florence Research Hospital in Italy to study the differences between ancient and modern wheat on the health of the human body. The results of these research studies have been published in thirty-three peer reviewed articles in highly regarded scientific journals. Most of these studies involved clinical trials of volunteers with chronic disease such as heart disease, diabetes, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) and fibermyalgia. These volunteers were fed diets of either modern or ancient wheat and then results of blood analysis were compared. The results surprised the researches and could lead to the better understanding of why so many people have trouble eating modern wheat as well as the promise of high neutron and improved health promised by ancient wheat.