Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to HealthBook - 2013
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JCLHopeH Apr 21, 2014
Davis writes persuasively for eliminating wheat from our diets, but sometimes it feels overly one-sided, making wheat a constant enemy. I would appreciate more empirical studies that directly support his conclusions, but Davis does cite multiple related studies and plenty of anecdotal evidence t... Read More »
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What now passes for wheat [in the latter part of the twentieth century] has changed, not through the forces of drought or disease or a Darwininan scramble for survival, but through human intervention. As a result, wheat has undergone a more drastic transformation than Joan Rivers, stretched, sewed, cut, and stitched back together to yield something entirely unique, nearly unrecognizable when compared to the original and yet still called by the same name: wheat.
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