" You shouldn't eat X because (X) is addictive!"
Well, of course it's addictive! We humans have had a 10,000 year history of trying to understand that which is good to eat and that which is not good to eat. Those things which are good to eat trigger certain reactions in our brains, "that's good, when you find that plant, eat more of it." What we think of as "addicting" is part of the human survival mechanism - things that are good for us to eat trigger feelings of satisfaction and good will, we associate those feelings with that food, and search out that food again and again because of the feelings we get from it.
It's not that wheat/grain, dairy, or any other "addictive" food is inherently bad for us, it's that we have 10,000 years of programing telling us that X will give us a pleasant feeling of satisfaction and we should eat X food as often as we come across it.
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