Modern wheat is attacking people and causing disease


According to cardiologist William Davis, who wrote a book about the most popular grain in the world, modern wheat is "ideal chronic poison."

Davis said that the wheat we eat now, it is not the same wheat times of our grandmothers: "This is a high 18-inch plant created by genetic research in the 60's and 70's of the last century," says the program CBS This Morning Davis.

"This thing a lot of things such as no one tells you. For example, it has a new protein called gliadin. This is not a gluten (gluten). I'm talking, referring not to those with gluten intolerance and celiac disease (a disease; approx.). I say this to everyone because all exposed to the protein gliadin, because it is an opiate. It binds to the opiate receptors in your brain and stimulates the appetite. "

On the question of whether the agricultural production back to the grain, which was made earlier, Davis said it was possible, but it is not economically feasible, as that gives a smaller wheat crop in the same area. However, according to Davis, began the movement of waste from the use of wheat, after which the people have lost weight significantly.

"If three people have lost a few pounds, it's great," he says. "But we see hundreds of thousands of people lose 15, 40, 70 pounds. Diabetics have them stop, arthritis patients experiencing sharp relief. People are swelling of the legs, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, and so on. "

To avoid these foods containing wheat, Davis suggests there is a "real food" — avocados, olives, olive oil, meat, vegetables. "But not the grain. When I say corn, wheat mean that, because more than 90 percent of all grain is wheat, and not, say, barley or flax. "

Dr. Davis says that all alternatives to replace the products of milled grain products whole grain that supposedly good for your health, it's about as a replacement for non-filtered cigarettes with a filter, and the belief that it is good for health. Such is the logic of power, which is inherently flawed. What if a little up the ante and say, let's eliminate all grains, what happens then?

And then we will see not only improve the health and health care transformation.

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