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Wheat is grown on more land area worldwide than any other crop and is a close third to rice and corn in total world production.

Wheat is believed to have originated in south¬western Asia. Some of the earliest remains of the crop have been found in Syria, Jordan, and Turkey. Primitive relatives of present day wheat have been discovered in some of the oldest excavations of the world in eastern Iraq, which date back 9,000 years. Other archeological findings show that bread wheat was grown in the Nile Valley about 5,000 B.C. as well as in India, China, and even England at about the same time. Wheat was first grown in the United States in 1602 on an island off the Massachusetts coast. Man has depended upon the wheat plant for himself and his beasts for thousands of years. A global wheat failure would be a disaster that few nations could survive for even one year.

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Prevents Type 2 Diabetes

Reduces Chronic Inflammation

Prevents Gallstones

Promotes Women’s Gastrointestinal Health