Dementia: Is Gluten to Blame? « In the Spotlight
Medscape’s Dr. Bret Stetka spoke with Dr. David Perlmutter, author of Grain Brain: The Surprising Truth About Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar — Your Brain’s Silent Killers
Facts keep streaming in faster and quicker each day. Disorders like Alzheimers, dementia and many other cognitive disorders have been directly linked to high carbohydrate gluten inclusive diets. In the race discover the causes, we only have these powerful and very insightful retrospective studies from highly respected and scientists working diligently to discover the cause of these disorders affecting millions daily. It’s a wonder why we have not outlawed gluten in the American diet. Read the labels parents and teach your children how gluten and high carbohydrate diet are destroying your legacies slowly but Surely!! Putin, The Russian president outlawed Gluten. Hmmm!
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