‘What’s With Wheat?’ Free Online Screening June 24-30

by Melissa Diane Smith, author of Going Against the Grain

Whats with WheatIs wheat really bad for us, and why does it cause so many different health problems? I first answered those questions in Going Against the Grain in 2002 and have written about those topics many times since then. But soon you can learn by watching the film documentary, What’s With Wheat? Mark your calendar and watch it for free by registering for the free 7-day global online screening available between June 24-30th.

According to the film’s website, “What’s With Wheat? documentary investigates the growing epidemic of wheat intolerance, and why after eating wheat for thousands of years, it has been linked to so many health problems.” Watch the trailer here.

As I explain in this story and in my Going Against the Grain book, history shows us that wheat caused the development of health problems since humans began eating it about 10,000 years ago. However, there’s no doubt that wheat has become much more toxic to us this past century. It looks like What’s With Wheat? will cover the more recent, extra-harmful changes to wheat that have led to common, serious health problems in the general population.

Many people today are visual people—they learn best through watching video presentations. That’s why I’m thrilled that a new movie is addressing the still-misunderstood topic of the health-degrading problems wheat poses and opening up this subject to a wider audience of people who may not yet have clued in on it.

Whether you’ve thought wheat was no problem for you or you’re a veteran wheat-free eater, take a minute to register to watch this new movie for free at your leisure during June 24-30th, then be sure to spread the word to others.

If many more of us learn the truth about wheat and the compelling reasons we should nix it from our diets, the more we as a collective can take back our health and change our wheat-based food system to an against-the-grain, health-promoting one!

Copyright 2016 Melissa Diane Smith

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