It feels like a healthy fan to let go of the fat versus carbohydrate debate for a while, and instead watch a decent informative TV element about a subject that is more paleophantic to us than the heart, namely the problem of cereals and especially wheat with its gluten.
I do not know any of the people in the panel since before, but feel a bit sorry for the nutritionist who must stand alone with his views that it is probably no greater danger to eat wheat flour, and that many actually feel good about it. Personally, I would say that some tolerate the wheat better than others, but I am still convinced that no one has an actual need to eat wheat, and that many who feel good despite the wheat would feel even better if they chose to remove. the.
The nutritionist also says that there is no scientific value in just trying on himself, but even if an experiment with a single test subject cannot lead to clear evidence for an entire population, it can lead to a clear conviction for the person who chooses to conduct such an experiment. So thumbs up for self experimentation!
The element also carries out an experiment in which a man reacts immediately to the wheat by giving the body priority away the muscle capacity to take care of the bread he puts in his mouth. How it works, or even if there is any value in it, I do not know. Someone who is familiar with similar experiments is happy to inform me.