Gluten Peptides in Human Breast Milk: Implications for Cow’s Milk???

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“Bottom line: A very small number of published studies report finding peptides in exceedingly small amounts (measured in parts per billion) in human breast milk. If dairy cows are fed wheat, barley, and rye grain (not a common occurrence from what I’ve been told) and if they have the same difficulty digesting (breaking down) gluten protein as humans, it is reasonable to wonder if gluten peptides may be found in cow’s milk too. However, based on testing, no significant amounts of gluten peptides have been detected in cow’s milk.”

 

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A.J's Good Health is my newest adventure. I want to make it easy for you to find gluten free, sugar free, non-GMO, dairy free healthy foods. There is so much more too! Growing your own food, medical breakthroughs.... The blog that started it all for me was www.glutenfreewithauntjayne.com which, at the moment contains recipes that need to converted to dairy free and sugar free.

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