1) Chapati can cause heart disease to the person taking them, a person is left confused when told that they are contracting heart diseases when they visit their doctor for medical checkup.
This is because chapati has small low-density lipoprotein particles that, when they accumulate in high levels due to the high number of chapati it would start initiating heart diseases and also cause strokes.
2) Chapati is among the major reasons why people become obese, this is the condition where a person gains more weight than the normal weight.
This is because of the high calories that chapati introduces to the body when taken.
This means that if a person takes as many chapatis as possible, then it would lead to more calories, since the proteins from chapati are efficiently converted to blood sugar.
3) Chapati causes digestive problems to those people who regularly take it.
This is because the body cannot break down the amino acids in the chapatis to elements small enough to be digested, this forces the enzyme to only break them down to peptides.
4) Chapati causes immunoreactive problems. This is because if the chapati is not cooked well and is taken by a person, it would be harmful to the person since it becomes toxic to the person’s body.
It is because chapati can be broken down only up to peptides, which are too large to be absorbed and the body starts to look at the peptides as enemies then attacks them.
5) Chapati aggregates our intestine, this is because our intestine may close from time to time. The intestine walls are forced to separate so as to be able to the larger peptides, that are broken down from the chapati to pass through.
This will force the walls of the intestine to open for a longer time than necessary, especially if the chapati was taken in high quantities so that the immune system does not notice the larger peptides.
When the intestine walls stay open for a long time, then the immune system notices the large peptides passing through them, the immune system attacks the intestine walls hence creating allergic reactions.
6) Finally, chapati has also proteins that are typically not found in the plants making it difficult for the body to digest it.
This inhibits the absorption of important minerals in the body that are important for the functioning of the body.
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