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The Dolly Parton effect or "Bagel Boobs" for boys

Saturday, August 11, 2012

This blog post speaks for itself:
www.wheatbellyblog.com/

The only thing as potent in this respect in it's effect on men is probably soy.
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  • v EJOY-EVELYN
    Yikes! What a read! What a shame . . . yet wheat is a plant-based food and I can't help but think that we'll simply lifted one food a little too high in our greater scheme of things. No one food should have that much power.
    1441 days ago
  • v ADZY86
    Wow very interesting. Just like the stomach, our boob areas (on men and women) is apparently where a lot of our fat cells are stored, so does make a lot of sense. I'll have to warn my brothers...maybe this is the one thing that will make them realise that I'm not crazy when I say to cut down on the wheat! lol
    1443 days ago
  • v GETSTRONGRRR
    Good information....Too Much Information, but still good info...
    1443 days ago
  • v WOUBBIE
    If it expands the belly, why not the boobs too? They're both storage areas.
    1443 days ago
  • v -LINDA_S
    I think it's more complicated than just gluten and agree about the soy. I'll bet there are other factors, too.
    1443 days ago
  • v NELLJONES
    It isn't the pizza or any other one food item: it's the quantity. One 3" piece of plain pizza is fine. If I ate one piece and someone else ate the rest of the box, I'd stay thin and the other person would get fat. Same food, different quantity.
    1443 days ago
  • v JSTETSER
    Interesting. Thanks for posting!
    1443 days ago
  • v PATTYCAKE17
    I recently saw another article re this, but watching the Tv clip made it so much more interesting. Thanks for the "Share." think I'll give the show a try, too. emoticon
    1443 days ago
  • v DIANE7786
    Very interesting. Thanks for sharing!
    1444 days ago
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