#9: The Truth about Whole Grains
The Truth About Whole Grains:
A Dynamic Perspective
In this training, If it seems almost impossible to get permanent autoimmune relief, you may be right.
The latest headlines in Food Legislation Fuels rise in whole grains despite the latest in science that demonstrates it’s killing us. In this training I’m going to sort out the truth about whole grains. I’m going to take a perspective from biology, neuroscience and allergy based science to explain why grains are toxic to humans.
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- The goal of the seeds of grasses
- Relationship between grains and brain health
- How are genes determine how we process food
- Two facts in nutrition we all agree
I am really excited to start you on this journey and I hope to add a lot of value to your life as a whole.
Nutrition is remarkable in its ability to have people with completely opposite views saying they have science to support completely opposite views.
Frustrating isn’t it? What are we suppose to believe?
In this training, we will explore the truth about whole grains. While many people view grains as a healthy food choice, we will take a different perspective. We will examine the science behind why grains may be toxic to humans, drawing from biology, neuroscience, and allergy-based research.
The Toxicity of Grains
Grains are the seeds of grasses, and they contain toxic proteins that make it difficult for grazing animals to digest them. These toxins are more concentrated in the outer shell of the grain, known as bran. Unfortunately, the term “whole grains” often leads people to believe that these toxins are healthy.
Neuroscience and Grains
Neuroscientist and nutrition expert Dr. David Perlmutter has explored the relationship between grains and brain health. He argues that the decline in brain health in modern society can be attributed in part to the introduction of wheat grain into the human diet. Our ancestors consumed minimal amounts of grain, and the genetically modified grains we eat today bear little resemblance to the wild varieties they consumed.
Rat Studies and Nutrition Science
Nutrition science is a young field that began less than two hundred years ago. Rat studies often provide incomplete data, as they rarely account for the genetic tinkering and pollutants in our modern food supply. Instead, we should mimic the traditional diets of our ancestors, which are often far healthier than the standard Western diet.
The Importance of Avoiding Industrial Foods
The Western diet, which includes lots of processed foods, grain-fed meat, added fat and sugar, and refined grains, has been linked to a range of chronic diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes. However, any reduction in industrial foods can lead to dramatic improvements in health, regardless of dietary preferences. Avoiding industrial foods is the most important aspect of any healthy diet.
New Life Family Chiropractic Center invites you to learn about the science behind the harmful effects of grains and make wise dietary decisions for optimal health. Whether you prefer a vegan or high-protein diet, steering clear of processed grains and industrial foods is crucial for promoting well-being. Don’t hesitate to book your appointment with us today.