writermala, May 12, 2013 (view all comments by writermala)
Hmm! This book indeed provides "food for thought." So, is the premise that Wheat is the root of all evil," at least worth investigating or at most be discarded as scaremongering?
Well, Dr. Davis has convinced me enough to take a shot, adopt a wheat free diet briefly, and examine the consequences. Somehow I feel I may be in for a surprise.
nexttripp, August 15, 2012 (view all comments by nexttripp)
Wow, you will never look at your slice of toast the same way again. A very interesting perspective and everyone should read it, even if you don't have weight to loose.
Carboholic, August 6, 2012 (view all comments by Carboholic)
Well written and easy to read. Concise but comprehensive. References some of the latest research findings on topics including zonulin and exorphins.
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