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Top 10 Reasons to Eliminate Wheat 

Top 10 Reasons to Eliminate Wheat


Top 10 Reasons to Eliminate Wheat - Dr. Wm. Davis, M.D.

1. Gliadin derived opiates increase appetite , same with related proteins from rye, barley and corn.  This is a big part of the
reason grains make you gain weight.

2. Gliadin derived opiates are mind active drugs that trigger behavioral outbursts in kids with ADHD and autism, mania in
bipolar illness, paranoia in schizophrenics and 24 hour/day food obsessions in people prone to bulimia and binge eating
disorder.

3.  Gliadin, when intact, initiates the process of autoimmunity leading to rheumatoid arthritis, type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis,
psoriasis and 200 other conditions.

4.  Amylopectin A raises blood sugar to high levels, higher, ounce for ounce, than table sugar.

5.  Wheat germ agglutinin is a potent bowel toxin.

6.  Wheat germ agglutinin blocks gallbladder and pancreatic function (by blocking the receptor for cholecystokinin).

7.  Phytates block absorption of all positively charged minerals - such as iron, zinc and magnesium.

8.  Multiple allergens are present - such as trypsin inhibitors, thioreductase, alpha amylase inhibitors and gamma gliadins,
responsible for asthma, skin rashes and g.i. distress.

9.  Grains are potent endocrine disrupters explaining why women with polycystic ovarian syndrome, PCOS, are much worse
with grain consumption, why men grow breasts, why male levels of testosterone drop and estrogen increases, why pituitary
prolactin levels are higher, why cortisol action is blocked and why thyroid health is disrupted by autoimmune inflammation.

10.  Big Food and Agribusiness use wheat and grains to control human buying behavior . putting the addictive appetite-
stimulating effects to use to increase food consumption and keep you coming back for more.


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