I know the subject of grains has been hashed over and over but I keep getting asked by others why then do other cultures like the Asians have Rice as a staple in their daily diet and do just fine? Over half of humanity depends on Rice. In ancient days such as the Romans, Jews, Russians, Indians, Chinese, etc they depended on Wheat and other grains, Latin America depends on Corn in their diet, etc. At first glance it would seem these have been provided to us on this earth for a reason. I'm not discounting the effects on the body such as inflammation, but wondering if anyone has some good historical context to this??? I'm definitely going to try living without grain and see what type of effect this has.
No announcement yet.
Grains in other Cultures