Maybe, depending on the topic and length of time to listen and value that goes with it.
Maybe, depending on topic relevant tomy health concern.
Listening tone monotonous sometimes. too fast in citing examples, some words/examples not easily grasp by listener.
No. Discussion was too long already. Convincing enough to let us know of disadvantage of consuming wheat products.
Many examples of food are repetitoious. Should mention food items from other countries since listeners and marketing of the books is global. Some listeners are From Asian countries.
Warning - I did not finish the book, so take my review as you like.
Doom and gloom narration is over the top and annoying.
Found the book repetitive. Ultimately got bored and stopped listening.
Yes and I will purchase a hardback of it as well. Tom Weiner gives these statistics life and energizes facts and a possible boring book to some. He did very well to keep my attention on those facts and why it is so important to know wheat is and has not been wheat for a long time.
No but I like his structure, tone and overall presentation as he read to me. Thanks Tom
Yes but as always I needed to reread areas again but that is just me and my brain working.
Learning I need to try this and see if it is do-able
The reader kept an at times technical book interesting.
It scared me for my grandchildren.
It gave me the insentive to pass on a lot of carbs, especially bread. Haven't eatin it for weeks and don't even miss it.
I'm not sure here. I don't like reading, so audios are for me!
Thanks to this author I have lost 6 kilos in 6 weeks.
just being able to listen to it over and over while driving to work
no too busy
bought book first then purchased audible so I could listen to it while doing other things
No I think there are some technical chapters where the print version would be better. It was good to have the pdf as well.
I don't know of any other diet book to compare it with. But it is a life changer so perhaps "Younger Next Year"
So far I am trying the diet and not finding it too difficult. The book did advise about some of the withdrawal symptoms which actually happened. But now that I am over that I find that I am eating less and feeling good about not being a slave to wheat.
I really recommend this book, this book explain clearly how the wheat impact our body in a way that i understood all the effects, everyone must read it.
William Davis might be right, but he didn't convince me. His theories about wheat are largely consistent with the idea (championed by Gary Taubes and Robert Lustig, among others) that carbohydrates in general are harmful. So perhaps it's not wheat per se that is the problem; it's the high carbohydrate content of wheat products that's the issue.
Another problem with this book is that it's very wordy and repetitive. I got the sense that Davis had to struggle to write enough content to fill a book. I remember one section of the book where he tediously listed many, many examples of wheat-based products that you can find in the supermarket. He went on ad nauseum. Was that really necessary?
My recommendation is to skip the book and wait to see how this all plays out. Perhaps Davis will be proved right, or perhaps he's conflating wheat with carbs.