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by Fintan Dunne | Sunday 4th June, 2017 | 01.00BST Data in a new Ipsos Mori poll are indicating that Labour are on course for a general election win – courtesy of a record young turnout, paired with disenchantment among traditional Conservative supporters.
Their survey, conducted last Monday and Tuesday put the Conservatives on a five point lead of 45-40 – but hedged its bets with an alternative analysis where all who expressed intention to vote were counted. In that case, Labour would have a 43 point score to the Tories on 40 points.
That alternative scenario includes the “don’t knows” and demographic groups historically unlikely to vote, including minorities, the under 35s and the poorest older people. The pollsters have good reason to second guess their official prediction.
There are three factors which will bring about a Labour victory -albeit in a minority government.
The Captain Ska Factor.
The Theresa Factor.
The Manchester Factor.
There's been some backlash against the growing public focus on the role of wheat in gut-related inflammation and autoimmune disorders.
Especially since Dr. Will Davis penned "Wheat Belly," and raised the profile of this largely unrecognized killer.
Critics admit that wheat gluten drives celiac disease, but argue that the condition is relatively rare, linked to a specific genotype and not a concern for the broader population.
Here's compelling evidence otherwise.
Wheat has more toxic content than just the gluten 'gliadin' implicated in celiac disease. It also contains tiny lectins called wheat germ agglutinin (WGA). If you are white in skin tone, it is the WGA in wheat which helped give your forbears and you that distinctive pale pallor!
Allow me back that up. Broadly speaking, racial skin tone lightens as one moves away from the equatorial lattitudes towards the poles. People living at the same l…