Yagami Light wrote:In regards to bread and pasta, please read the book Wheat Belly by Dr. William Davis.
These books are a dime a dozen and are the reason this concept is perpetuated and confusing people.
Grains simply aren’t the problem. This doctor you referred to, caught on to a loose theory of his, then conducted experiments all based around proving his hypothesis right for his own ego and didn’t base anything on objective reality. It’s the same with any of these ‘groundbreaking’ best selling diet books, if you observe. It’s nothing new.
He shows that diabetes patients eating less grains (I.e. carbs) had lower blood sugar. Oh surprise surprise. Less sugar in the diet and they had less sugar in the blood? How could this be??
See what I mean, he’s using grains as his proof, but it’s just carbs. Which diabetes patients should be carful with anyway, but the point is that it is biased science. We don’t know that it’s grains. Nothing in his science shows that, but he projects it in that way. Grains themselves have nothing to do with blood sugar, it’s the carbs in them.
Also, look at the title. Lose grains, lose weight? Any title like this, you know is bs. There’s no such thing as a type of food that causes weight loss or weight gain. It’s the calories plain and simple. So what this guy does in his experiments, is he has people cut out grains and then lowers their calorie intake and then says ‘oh grains were making you fat!’ Once again, typical jew style science. It was never the grains themselves, but poor portions.
As I already stated, we can see in the real world, in real cultures grains are an important part of many people’s diets no problem. So creating a book about how grains are bad and inserting this fear on others so everyone fears them, doesn’t change reality. Which is they aren’t bad. We can blatantly see that.