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Modern wheat a "perfect, chronic poison...created by genetic research" contains NEW protein which works as an opiate!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 23794435:MV8yMDY2OTI5XzM0Nzc4MjEwXzU2QzEyNzk2] Thank you for this article. I have a wheat grinder, and in an effort to be healthy, have made my own bread in the past. I've not ever sprouted my wheat, but have experimented with soaking the grains, per Weston Price. I have had health issues for a while now. In the past few years, I had developed belly fat. We recently cut out all grains and switched to Paleo and have lost the belly fat...both of us...without trying. My husband's sleep apnea and snoring is gone. Whenever we cheat, and I make bread, my face puffs up and I start feeling bad. I've found it hard to reconcile how it could be 'bad' to eat the 'staff of life'. This article explains it perfectly. :hf: [/quote]
(CBS News) Modern wheat is a "perfect, chronic poison," according to Dr. William Davis, a cardiologist who has published a book all about the world's most popular grain.
Davis said that the wheat we eat these days isn't the wheat your grandma had:
"It's an 18-inch tall plant created by genetic research in the '60s and '70s,"
he said on "CBS This Morning."
"This thing has many new features nobody told you about, such as there's a new protein in this thing called gliadin. It's not gluten. I'm not addressing people with gluten sensitivities and celiac disease.
I'm talking about everybody else because everybody else is susceptible to the gliadin protein that is an opiate
. This thing binds into the opiate receptors in your brain and in most people stimulates appetite, such that we consume 440 more calories per day, 365 days per year."
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