Cooked grains contain opioids, which are addictive, and cause daily mood swings, and contribute significantly to obesity.
Fruit is a simple carbohydrate from a whole food source, and cooked grains such as bread, rice, pasta, and cereals are complex carbohydrates. Simple carbohydrates are easily digested, and their sugars are readily absorbed by the cells of the body for use as fuel. Complex carbohydrates are more difficult to digest, require substantial amounts of energy in the conversion to sugar, and are denatured by the cooking process, making them difficult for the body to assimilate and creating toxic byproducts. In short, they are fattening and unhealthy.