Is it possible that we have found gluten guilty without a fair trial? Could it be the processed nature of today’s wheat that makes it indigestible? Has 60 years of processed foods compromised our ability to digest well and detox efficiently? Eating wheat might make you feel bad, but is simply removing wheat from your diet solving the real problem? Or is that just treating the symptoms of a broken down digestive system? With a new 16 billion-dollar-a-year industry shaping our diet, all grains are now on the chopping block, which could cause VERY SERIOUS problems for us in the future.
New studies are finding that wheat and other hard-to-digest foods boost and stimulate our immune systems… and have been doing so for 3.4-4 million years! Taking foods out of our diet that we have been eating for millions of years may create an even bigger problem than when we mistakenly took cholesterol out of our diet 60 years ago. Let’s stop treating symptoms and start addressing the root causes. Join me for this podcast and I’ll show you how!
Watch the Podcast: Is Gluten the Root Cause of Your Health Concerns?
Download the Podcast: Is Gluten the Root Cause of Your Health Concerns?
Air Date: January 9, 2017
Playtime: 1 hour and 20 minutes
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