Ten reasons to NEVER eat gluten-free processed foods
. It saddens me: As popular as the Wheat Belly books and lifestyle have been, there are still millions of people who say things like “Oh, that Wheat Belly thing is just about being gluten-free.” They couldn’t be more wrong and have clearly not read any of the books. Yes, you can be gluten-free and consume foods that naturally have no gluten, gliadin, wheat germ agglutinin, amylopectin A, phytates, and the rest of the toxic components contained in wheat and related grains. You can eat apples, bacon, eggs, and salmon that are naturally gluten-free. You can drink water or tea that is gluten-free. No problems here. But turn to the thousands of processed gluten-free foods made with cornstarch, rice flour, tapioca starch, and potato starch and all sorts of awful things happen—despite the double-digit growth of this industry that has swelled to many billions of dollars per year. You won’t, of course, hear any of this from companies like Udi’s and Schar who make a lot of money selling their products. And it doesn’t help that there are dozens of cookbooks written by authors who have no understanding of the damaging message they are propagating. So what happens when you are misled into thinking that processed gluten-free foods are healthy replacements for wheat and grains? Here are 10 reasons: Gluten-free foods raise blood sugar higher than all other foods—Higher than wheat, higher than sugar, higher than candy bars or jelly beans. Just ...
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CONCLUSIONS This study offers a novel 2-gene signature to predict overall survival of patients with HCC, which has the potential to be used as an independent prognostic predictor. Overall, this study reveals more details about the tumor microenvironment in HCC and offers novel candidate biomarkers. PMID: 32231177 [PubMed - in process]
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