Gluten free diets? Don’t be a douche

And here is when the feminists, bio-whatevz and politically-correct who-knows-who people will yell at me that I’m insensitive to some women’s needs. Yep, because the gluten free diet is usually targeted ad and perpetrated by, you guessed it, women. So, dear women, we love ya, but don’t be douchettes.

The science of gluten says this: if you have Celiac disease, then avoid gluten ritch food, among them bread, and go on with your life. If you don’t have that disease, don’t be a douche and occupy your time with something more productive like, for example, thinking more?

I’m getting tired to see all those fancy diets, especially perpetrated by that sleazy Dr. Oz, a no good-doer, and this is why I’ve put my “anti-douche” helmet on. The DNews video from above explains that the studies show no proof of gluten being bad for your health. Unless you have Celiac disease please stop being a stupid and don’t ask for medical advice on forums or on Google. Go to your freaking doctor, that’s why you pay those guys. Grrr….

Celiac disease is an auto-immune disease, meaning that it will trigger an immune response from the body against substances that would normally not be harmful (remotely similar to how allergies work).

From wiki:

Coeliac disease is caused by a reaction to gliadin, a prolamin (gluten protein) found in wheat, and similar proteins found in the crops of the tribe Triticeae (which includes other common grains such as barley and rye).[5]

Gluten is the protein composite of gliadin and glutenin, two proteins, and is conjoined with starch in the endosperm of various grass-related grains. About 1 in 133 people in developed nations have intolerance to gluten.

Also, learn about what gluten is in the video from below and stop being stupid:


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