This book will teach about all the dangers of wheat and a heavy wheat based diet. The dangers of wheat are very scary, and it will convince you to go wheat free.
Thorough studies and convincing evidence, leading to my personal result of an 11 lb weight loss and still counting.
Yes I would to reinforce the knowledge I gaines
His voice was interesting a kept you wanting to listen longer
no it made me say ahhh that is what has been bothering me
You may never eat a bagel again!
Scientific info in everyday language.
Scary information on how wheat and grains have been modified over the years.
I already did!
The Dr who wrote it. it was very helpful to any one who is celiac or having digestive problems.
Does not apply!
Does not really apply!
I wish you had other helpful books like this. There were several I looked for that have to do with alternative medicine. It was so helpful and easy on my IPad to go back to find areas I needed to read over!! I was so surprised to see that you had it.
Although this book is repetitive, is another great case for a low carbohydrate diet and has a reader who mispronounces many food words - it IS a worthwhile listen in that it makes a case against modern wheat and BIG FOOD. Every time I discontinue gluten in MY DIET I feel better and lose many of the listed annoying symptoms despite the fact that I do not test positive for celiac. I am chemically sensitive, though. This book is better than most allergists and gastro-enterologists I have seen.
Lots of facts that make sense, and are not widely known. Good to know and will affect how I look at wheat.
Wheat is genetically engineered crap. You won't look at it as food again. Its a synthetic substance with some exomorphine like properties. The whole food establishment has us hooked.
He speaks from experience. A must read for anyone who thinks he or she will be eating again.
Listened twice packed with info. A must listen
Not as thick on the science/history as Good Calories, Bad Calories by Gary Taubes (which I loved), but very helpful to focus on the unique dangers of wheat (those two authors should talk to one another!). Some of the language and reading was annoying (he repeatedly mentioned man-breasts, which probably would be uncomfortable for some people to hear) but worth ignoring for the education. For me, it came down to wheat=worse than sugar in its effect on blood sugar, disease and aging. Since wheat seems to be in nearly EVERYTHING we eat, drink, or slather on our bodies, I realize I'll be best off to remove wheat from my intentional diet. (I don't have celiac disease, so I'm not going to worry about every envelope I lick or the hand cream I depend on in the winter.)
Definitely. It's very extremist but has great information and insights and is a wonderful wake-up call to urge everyone to consume less wheat overall.
Yes I stayed up extra late listening to it.
I was glad it was narrated by a male since the author is male. Liked the content so much I ended up buying it on Kindle.