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Why Bread is Bad

Health and fitness journalist Marc Davis talks with one of North America’s leading health experts, Dr. William Davis, MD, the author of the New York Times best-selling book Wheat Belly. Dr. Davis is the keynote speaker at the “Midlife Affair” anti-aging convention at Vancouver’s Trade and Convention Centre, East Exhibition Hall on Thursday night, October 24.

MD: Dr. Davis, good afternoon. Now, you’re a cardiologist by profession. So what got you so interested in such a seemingly unrelated topic as society’s love affair with bread?

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