Are Bread and Pasta Making You Sick?

Apr 30, 2019

Is Being Gluten-Free Just Another Fad?

Or Legitimate Health Concern?

Everyone has seen all of these fad diets claiming that certain foods have magical powers for weight loss, better skin, better concentration, higher energy. Also, every decade we are told to avoid a specific food group at all costs like it’s the plague. So is being gluten free, or vegan, or totally avoiding sugar right for you?

The Answer is Yes… and No.

Recent science is showing that the same food can have dramatically different effects on different people, based on the 40 trillion microbes in your gut! Did you know that your microbiome is more unique than your DNA and your fingerprint?

Take for example what happens when you eat foods like bread or bananas.  Everyone says that your blood glucose will go up right?  Well… it really depends on your microbiome.  Bread may cause your blood glucose to spike up but may have no effect on your friend. Bananas may spike your friend’s blood glucose but have no effect on you.

The point is that how your body reacts to different foods is very unique to you. Everyone knows that blood glucose is a very important factor associated with many diseases like obesity, diabetes, cognitive decline, hypertension, liver disease, etc.  But you cannot eat a one-size-fits-all diet to avoid spikes in your blood glucose and reduce your risk of all these diseases. What you need is a diet that works just for your microbiome.

How To Take Care of YOUR Gut

So how can you make sure you are not hurting your gut? Educate yourself on the human microbiome and how the food you eat or decide to omit from your diet can affect your overall health. 

Don’t Worry! We’re not saying you should start taking medical courses. Learning about the microbiome is easy and can be done in the comfort of your own home by watching INTERCONNECTED, for free! 

Not a week goes by without new research published linking our gut microbiomes to another chronic disease whether it be depression, anxiety, brain fog, trouble sleeping, weight gain, diabetes, autoimmune disease, heart disease, or cancer.  It’s no wonder everyone is now talking about microbiome. This docu-series breaks down myths, shares new findings, and makes understanding the human gut much more simple than you ever thought. 

Diet is not just about losing weight anymore but about staying healthy. We will soon learn that personalized food can be the medicine that we’ve all been waiting for. As Hippocrates stated, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”

Watch INTERCONNECTED and start to build the foundation for a healthy, personalized lifestyle!

To your health,

The Healing Miracle Team

Did you enjoy this article?

Share your own experiences below!


  1. Debbie Ratkovich

    I want to watch this but how do I find a doctor who can help me implement what I learn. I’ve been doing Keto for 4 months and now my cholesterol is so high my doctor is begging me to take a statin..I refuse! PLEASE help me understand where to turn to for help. I want to be healthy, I want a healthy microbiome!

    • THM Team

      The experts featured in The Healing Miracle have created (or call Toll Free 1-888-414-7836) to answer the question, “Are Stem Cells Right For You?” and they can direct you to stem cell specialists in your area. If you are outside the US, also has international connections and may be able to refer you to a specialist in your area. A simple Google search (“stem cell clinic” + your region) will pull up a list of treatment centers near you. Always consult your own health care provider to ensure your care is in the best possible hands.

  2. Arlene

    Appreciate article and info. Have to agree ‘it all depends’!

  3. Debra

    I’m very interested in this, Thankyou.
    I’ve watched many docu movies on Netflix on this subject and am always excited by new findings and passing knowledge on to family and friends.

  4. Patti

    I watched this series and loved it! I learned so much about the gut! I may watch it again! Thank you for sharing!

  5. Irma

    Thank you for your advice Healing miracle
    I enjoy reading and learning
    The best for keep healthy my body.

    Please add more about skin problems.

    Thank you.

    • THM Team

      Glad you enjoyed the series. Thank you for your support and encouraging words.

  6. Janie

    I can take spelt bread and pasta and feel good afterwards but if I take wheat bread and pasta I get bloated .


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