People with food allergies in particular value buckwheat as a gluten-free alternative to wheat, rye, etc. But is the pseudo-grain buckwheat really a suitable alternative to “real” wheat?
What does Anthony William say about buckwheat?
“First of all, buckwheat sprouts can aggravate the nervous system. I’m not a big fan of buckwheat. Buckwheat contains a specific type of gluten. If you want something like a grain, I’m a fan of millet. Millet! Millet! Millet!“
“Round 3 Q&A” Instagram Live by Anthony William from July 3rd, 2020, (from 57:15)
The better alternatives to buckwheat
Anthony William therefore advises against consuming buckwheat. But the good news is: there are alternatives!
Who would like Bread If you bake, you could try gluten-free flour alternatives such as cassava, linseed, oat or millet flour.
If you’re a noodle fan, you can try it out Cassava, rice, pea or chickpea, millet or red lentil pasta try out. The alternatives these days are varied and also delicious.
Any grain can slow the healing process
“For people who want to prevent problems or for people who already have chronic problems that they want to cure, eliminating all grains except millet and oats is a way to further recover and strengthen.“William, Anthony. Medical medium Cleanse to Heal (pp.81–82) Kindle version
Especially for people who struggle with very persistent chronic symptoms, it is advisable to avoid all grain products for a longer period of time. Millet would be the first choice for all those who cannot or do not want to completely do without grain products. Oatmeal is the second best option.
Author: Marlon Hassheider