I keep hearing about how the grains that we eat now have been processed and modified over time so that they no longer resemble what our ancestors ate. I have several friends with severe, almost debilitating gluten allergies (not a fad, a real health issue-). So I'm wondering what kinds of whole grains are the least processed and modified? I'd like to add some grains with a lot of fiber to my diet. What do you recommend?
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