You love bagels, you simply couldn’t live without them.

What if you knew how sick they were making you? Would you still think that you couldn’t live without them?

As more and more research surfaces, we uncover secrets about our modern food system. Over the past century, we have seen a significant shift in the way our food is produced and processed. One of the key areas of concern is wheat, which is making people sick and obese.

Here are three reasons why you should never eat wheat – yes, even whole wheat.

Reason #1: Causes Your Blood Sugar to Fluctuate and Glycation of Your Cells

When sugars react with amino acids, advanced glycation end products are formed. Since eating wheat increases the concentration of these substances in the body, avoid it. These compounds are what lead to the aging process. Not only will you experience wrinkled skin – your organs and joints will also become more rapidly damaged.

Reason #2: Exposes You to Gluten and Other Harmful Compounds

Many have been labelled as gluten insensitive or gluten intolerant, as issues surrounding wheat continue to rise. The truth is, regardless of these gluten-related conditions, there have been hundreds of studies reporting that gluten causes inflammation in the gut. Since your gut is essential for your immune system, many people are experiencing autoimmune conditions and digestive issues.

Reason #3: Contains Mineral Blockers and Anti nutrients

Wheat also contains anti nutrients, which interfere with the absorption of nutrients in the body. These can be synthetic or natural and wheat is causing undesirable effects. One of these anti nutrients is known as phytates, blocking the absorption of minerals like iron, zinc, and calcium. Since most people eat wheat at every meal of the day, this may be leading to a mineral deficiency, resulting in adverse health conditions.

Source: Truth about Abs

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