In recent years the Gluten allergies seem to be more common --- or more noticed.
A local farmer thinks he has found an answer to help the intolerant.
Lowell Kaul represents organic farming in North Dakota and says by using ancient grains, instead of today's wheat, he has personally seen dramatic health improvements.
(Lowell Kaul, Organic Farmer) "My grandchild can not tolerate Gluten. I can't tolerate Gluten. We're finding out that these ancient wheats are low in Gluten.The old wheats called Emory has zero point two Gluten in it, and the wheat of today has sixty-five."
Kaul says he hopes to get older farmers involved in the growing and testing of these ancient grains before the practice is lost.