How does the gliadin in wheat impact my appetite?

William Davis, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
Gliadin is a hard-to-digest protein found in wheat that can negatively impact your appetite; it can stimulate your appetite and cause you to eat more carb-rich foods. In this video, cardiologist and author William Davis, MD, explains this concept. 

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