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Gluten-free means pain-free

As a young child growing up in South Africa, Wendy Spratt began to get bad headaches, and they continued to get worse. “They would knock me out as a teenager,” says Wendy. “I’d be vomiting and would have to go to bed.” The headaches were so bad that the doctor would administer a painkiller by injection. The medical establishment had no answers for what was causing the headaches, but could only treat them with painkillers.

In 2008, Wendy came to live in New Zealand, aged 23, and her headaches continued. They increased

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