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It’s become the number one convenience food,’ he says. ‘It’s everywhere, and that’s part of the problem. ‘Think of our beginnings as hunter gatherers,’ NuCulture adds Professor Brostoff. ‘We didn’t have wheat back then we had meat, fish, fruit and vegetables. We weren’t really designed to eat all this wheat.’ Even if you limit yourself to one harmless-looking sandwich a day, you’re still likely to be eating more than you realize, says Catherine Collins, principal dietitian at St George’s Hospital in London. ‘Often bloating is nothing to do and wheat intolerance and everything to do and portion size,’ she says. ‘Ten years ago your average sandwich would be 60g of bread two slices of 30g each. Now, bread often weighs more like a slice, and if you’re slightly sensitive,