Gordon Polsondirector, Federationof BakersEarlier this year, research commissioned jointly by the Federation of Bakers and the Flour Advisory Board and carried out by the University of Portsmouth found that up to 20% of adults think they suffer from a food allergy or intolerance. However, evidence suggests that the real prevalence is less than 2%.The report suggested that over half of the British population believes that wheat allergy is a common illness and, in 2009, wheat was the most commonly self-reported food allergen. It seems we are fighting against a ’perceived’ problem in the minds of our consumers. So how do we go about tackling this?There is no doubt that genuine food allergies can be very difficult to live with, but, for many, the problem of allergies and intolerances is not a reality. One major problem appears to be misdiagnosis.Food allergy is usually investigated by a skin prick test by a medical professional in conjunction with an elimination diet. At present, there are no validated tests for diagnosing food intolerance, although diagnosis is usually through avoidance. This leaves the path to misdiagnosis wide open.However, it is also important that people do not put their health at risk by unnecessarily avoiding wheat. We have to investigate where these misconceptions are coming from and why people are developing negative associations with bread. The media must be held partly responsible, as well as irresponsible pseudo health professionals who prey on a public so concerned with health. We must continue to encourage people to see bread as the healthy food it is and quash these harmful erroneous beliefs.
A return for Neymar still appears problematic at this stage, however, with the Brazilian burning many Barcelona bridges when he quit the club for PSG in 2017. The French outfit will also demand a huge fee for the attacker, despite the current financial crisis within the game due to the coronavirus crisis. However, the report adds that returning to Catalonia is a dream for Neymar and that Barcelona believe the 28-year-old is the perfect replacement for Messi, who turns 33 later this month. As for Lautaro Martinez, Barca are said to be of the opinion that the Inter striker would be a perfect foil for Messi and would add more goals than Suarez. read also:Man City, Inter waited for Messi to signify he wanted Barca exit He has been sensational at the San Siro since the arrival of Antonio Conte as boss, scoring 16 goals from 31 games and striking up a terrific partnership with Romelu FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Catalan giants remain on course for title glory this season but they appear to be on the slide and are looking to freshen up their squad with exciting new talent this summer. A report in the Daily Express claims that Barca are looking to bring in players who can still play alongside their talisman, but that are also capable of replacing him when the time comes. It has become apparent this season that Barcelona are more reliant than ever in the Argentina playmaker, who has scored 21 goals this season – seven more than star striker Luis Suarez and 11 more than last summer’s high-profile addition Antoine Griezmann. To that point, the report adds that the supporting cast currently at Barcelona is not up to scratch and that a major overhaul is needed. They know they need to please Messi, who is said to have become disgruntled after being unhappy when Ernesto Valverde was sacked, and was also furious when Eric Abidal took aim at the squad and devastated when they lost El Clasico at the start of March.Advertisement Promoted Content6 Great Ancient Mysteries That Make China Worth VisitingThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her GrandsonCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayTop 10 Female Disney Villains You’ll Definitely Fall In Love With7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phone5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks11 Greatest Special Effects Movies Of All Time10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World Barcelona reportedly believe that both Neymar and Lautaro Martinez can replace Lionel Messi at the Nou Camp long term. Loading…
Published on September 5, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Rachel: [email protected] Losses like Sunday’s are the worst kind for Ian McIntyre. After keeping pace with Siena all game, the SU head coach dealt with the disappointment of seeing his team fall in overtime.‘I thought the second half and overtime we were on top of our game for long periods,’ McIntyre said. ‘I thought there was gonna be a goal scored in overtime. We were the team that had chances.’Unfortunately for Syracuse, Siena was the team that capitalized on its chances. Less than five minutes into overtime, Siena (2-2-0) scored the game-winner to send SU (1-2-0) home with a 2-1 loss.Last season, Syracuse fell to Siena 5-1 in its season opener, the Orange’s first-ever game under McIntyre. SU played better this time around. The squad got plenty of contributions from its starting defenders and an infusion of energy from its young bench players, McIntyre said.McIntyre still thought his team played well despite the disappointing result. Freshman Skylar Thomas, a defender, scored a goal for the second straight match.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘I thought we were very good today,’ McIntyre said. ‘Unfortunately, the final score probably doesn’t reflect the overall game. From the start to the final goal, I thought we were excellent.’After playing to a 1-1 stalemate in regulation, SU had multiple chances to win the game in overtime before Siena could even get a shot off in the extra period.Ted Cribley’s shot went high over the crossbar, and Louis Clark’s potential game-winner was saved by Siena goalkeeper Jack Binks.Two minutes after SU’s best attempts, Siena had two of its own and capitalized on its second one for the win. Sindre Ek netted the game-winner after following up on a shot by Mike Matera that ricocheted off the goal post.McIntyre said his team is young and still growing. Games like these show signs of improvement that can be used to build off of for the future, he said.‘We’re still a young team that’s learning and will continue to learn,’ McIntyre said. ‘This time last year Siena really embarrassed us at home. Today, I think we really could have gone on and won by a couple. For long periods we were really dominant.’His hope is for that dominance to continue in the future for entire games. Even though the loss to Siena is tough to swallow, it’s just part of the development for a team still meshing so many new players together.In SU’s first three games, the defense has been solid. Sunday was the first game in which the Orange gave up multiple goals. It has been the offense that has struggled to convert those opportunities into goals.But the offense showed flashes of potential in its two-goal outburst against Canisius Thursday and once again in the loss to Siena. Last year, it took Syracuse five games to score three goals. This time, SU did it in three.‘If we continue to play with that quality use of the soccer ball and that intensity and tempo,’ McIntyre said, ‘we’ll continue to develop as a team.’[email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments
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