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Wheat Belly Total Health: The Ultimate Grain-Free Health and Weight-Loss…

by William Davis

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I read the book with a skeptical eye. Davis uses global arguments to support specific conclusions--a logic error. He also uses fear of big government, agribusiness to support need and compel change. If you don't buy into that, you're probably not going to buy the anti-grain argument which is the thesis of this work. The author wrote the book to appeal to a large audience, a lot to consider and one of many 'findings' about food opiates. Part Three deals with total continuous health into the future and how to reap the benefits of a better mind and body--that's the best part of the book, to my reading. It deals with specific deficiencies, which might occur because of grain deficiency, or merely be extant. Good advice in any event. Following all the recommendations in the book requires a significant life style change. ( )
  buffalogr | Jan 24, 2015 |
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