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How is malabsorption of gmo wheat treated medically?

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Dr. Phillip Frist
Dentistry
2 doctors agree

In brief: Not sure

I apologize for not giving you a better answer but remember that genetically modified, means that we are fooling around with mother nature.
What god gave us to begin with is always the best. Sorry if you are an atheist, if so just delete the next to last sentence.

In brief: Not sure

I apologize for not giving you a better answer but remember that genetically modified, means that we are fooling around with mother nature.
What god gave us to begin with is always the best. Sorry if you are an atheist, if so just delete the next to last sentence.
Dr. Phillip Frist
Dr. Phillip Frist
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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology

In brief: Misunderstanding?

If you have malabsorption and have been told the cause is wheat in the diet, you have a common illness called gluten enteropathy and it needs to be managed carefully; it is unrelated to genetic manipulation of crops.
If you have been told you have disease caused by gmo products, get a second, evidence-based opinion.

In brief: Misunderstanding?

If you have malabsorption and have been told the cause is wheat in the diet, you have a common illness called gluten enteropathy and it needs to be managed carefully; it is unrelated to genetic manipulation of crops.
If you have been told you have disease caused by gmo products, get a second, evidence-based opinion.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
Dr. Ed Friedlander
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Dr. Andrew Lipton
Holistic Medicine

In brief: Avoidance

Mal absorption of any nutrient should be treated by avoidance.

In brief: Avoidance

Mal absorption of any nutrient should be treated by avoidance.
Dr. Andrew Lipton
Dr. Andrew Lipton
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Dr. John Chiu
Unaware of any difference between GMO vs natural wheat but the treatment would be the same.
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