THE SHOCKING TRUTH ABOUT CORN – 6 REASONS TO NEVER EAT CORN AGAIN!!!

The shocking truth about corn – Corn is the most produced grain in the world, and America’s top field crop (nearly 80 million acres). Unknowingly, people eat more corn every day in one way or another than they’d probably ever can imagine. Did you actually know that corn is a not a vegetable? Corn is a grain; and a pretty bad one. In fact, it has the worst Omega-6 to Omega-3 ratio out of all grains. Omega 3s produce hormones that are anti-inflammatory. Omega 6s produce hormones that support inflammation. When omega 6s start to outnumber the omega 3s, they disrupt the body’s ability to control the inflammatory response. This inflammation can result in many health issues such as immune disease, diabetes, cancer, increased cholesterol, asthma, cardiovascular disease, and depression.

According to Dr. Sanjay Gupta “We’re like corn chips walking because we really have a very, very large fraction of corn in our diets, and we actually can’t help it because it’s an additive in so many of the foods we find on the market shelves,” Dawson says.

Foods like ketchup, salad dressing, soda, cookies and chips all contain corn, usually high fructose corn syrup.
“I think where the danger comes in with corn is that much of the corn grown now in North America is going into making high fructose corn syrup,” Dawson says. “So it’s not that corn ”per se” is bad, but it’s the sweetener made from corn that gets into many of the foods that Americans are probably consuming too much of, and we now see that showing up as obesity and heart disease and potential for type 2 diabetes.”

 

SIX REASONS TO NEVER EAT CORN AGAIN:

1. Corn Can Activate an Autoimmune Disease
Even though corn doesn’t have gluten, it can be very irritating to the gut lining. This is because your body actually thinks the proteins in corn are gluten which can disturb your immune system. Additionally, corn has a high glycemic index, meaning it easily converts to sugar in the body which can cause an insulin response and can contribute to inflammation.

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