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- Independent of the brain effects already discussed, gliadin peptides may travel through the blood stream and can stimulate opiate receptors in the brain, resulting in their being termed gliadorphins, accounting for temporary withdrawal symptoms!
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- “While wheat can produce peptides, called gliadorphins, that may interact with opioid receptors in the brain, these same peptides are found in milk, rice and even spinach,” the council notes.
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- In this process, additional proteins are formed, including deamidated gliadin and gliadorphins (aka gluteomorphins).
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