martedì 11 luglio 2017

The New Yorl Times
(Sewell Chan) The unleavened bread that Roman Catholics use to celebrate communion must contain some gluten, even if only a trace amount, according to a new Vatican directive. The directive, which was dated June 15 but received significant attention only after it was reported by Vatican Radio on Saturday, affirms an existing policy. But it may help to relieve some of the confusion surrounding church doctrine on gluten, a protein that occurs naturally in wheat and has become the subject of debates over nutrition and regulation. (...)