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Gluten / Wheat – Just When I Thought I Was Out…

It has been a long time since I last posted on gluten. I thought the topic was finished for me, but unfortunately, it is not. I need to return. Or like the quote from The Godfather 3 said:

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Gluten / Wheat – The Final Chapter

About a year ago I began eating wheat on a regular basis. Not daily. Maybe 1-3 times a week. Fortunately for me I didn’t experience any issues. This is great because if we go back to 2009, I was experiencing … [continue reading]

Bread Defenders to the Left of Me, Alarmists to the Right

The debate on bread/gluten in the nutritional blogosphere is rather sad. On one side you have alarmists who use weak evidence to make the case that bread is toxic and on the other side you have nutritional “experts” who tear … [continue reading]

Wheat Resiliency

I wanted to respond to a comment on my post Peanuts and Resiliency from Terance

Do you think that the resiliency/fragility argument can be applied to wheat products as well? I seem to be much less tolerant to gluten since

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10 Awful Nutritional Myths Gets One Half Wrong

It feels like I wrote this post once before for a similar article. This response will take a different angle.

Kamal Patel’s article 10 Awful Nutrition Myths Perpetuated by the Media The truth behind the lies is yet another attempt … [continue reading]

Wheat Belly – Here It Comes

For the past 30 years, whole wheat has been considered the staple of a heart healthy diet. This may be the biggest lie in nutrition today. Not only is wheat not healthy, I discovered that removing it was the single [continue reading]