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Biona Wholemeal Organic Spelt Penne 500 g (Pack of 5)
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- High in fibre
- Has a higher content of protein and vitamins
- Suitable for vegan
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Spelt is one of the oldest cultivated grains (an ancient cousin of wheat). It is high in fibre, has a higher content of protein and vitamins than wheat and it is not gluten free.
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All I can say is, is just like real pasta. Tastes the same and feels the same and acts the same when cooking. Much better than the corn pasta and rice pasta I have tried in the past.
It is not wheat free but more digestible if your wheat intolerance is not severe.
Just cook it for shorter time than indicated to avoid for it to become 'glue' and even less if you like it 'al dente' and add some oil to the boiling water otherwise it may get stuck.
Read what Dr Davis has to say about wheat.. Wheat is an opiate. Wheat contains the appetite-stimulating effects of gliadin, not to mention the intestinal disruption and leakiness generated by wheat lectins, or the high blood sugars and insulin of the amylopectin A of wheat, or the new allergies being generated by the new alpha amylases of modern wheat.
Wheat is addictive in the sense that it comes to dominate thoughts and behaviors. Wheat is addictive in the sense that, if you don’t have any for several hours, you start to get nervous, foggy, tremulous, and start desperately seeking out another “hit” of crackers, bagels, or bread, even if it’s the few stale 3-month old crackers at the bottom of the box. Wheat is addictive in the sense that there is a distinct withdrawal syndrome characterized by overwhelming fatigue, mental “fog,” inability to exercise, even depression that lasts several days, occasionally several weeks. Wheat is addictive in the sense that the withdrawal process can be provoked by administering an opiate-blocking drug such as naloxone or naltrexone.
But the “high” of wheat is not like the high of heroine, morphine, or Oxycontin. This opiate, while it binds to the opiate receptors of the brain, doesn’t make us high. It makes us hungry.
This is the effect exerted by gliadin, the protein in wheat that was inadvertently altered by geneticists in the 1970s during efforts to increase yield. Just a few shifts in amino acids and gliadin in modern high-yield, semi-dwarf wheat became a potent appetite stimulant.
Wheat stimulates appetite. Wheat stimulates calorie consumption:
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this pasta! I can have this everyday without feeling bloatedPublished 6 months ago by E. Ailia
Nice tasting and healthier than regular pasta. On a clean eating diet so fits in well.Published 8 months ago by craig mckenna
We are reducing our wheat intake so spelt is a good alternative. This penne is wholesome and tasty.Published 9 months ago by Nick
Very good pasta and healthy choice. Great value and will buy againPublished 10 months ago by M. S. Summers
Delicious , quick cooking and healthier than normal wheat based pastaPublished 11 months ago by Linda L
fantastic tasty pasta. real healthy. better than wheat grainPublished 14 months ago by Mrs J l Puttick