Many have found the book "lifechanging". many of his patients have found the same. I am one of the many that dropped wheat from my diet years ago and found the only negative (if you can call it that) is having to make an effort to keep weight. There is nothing nutritionally positive to wheat but calories. I'd rather get my carbs from things I grow myself. That let's me keep that butter covered slice of organic sourdough toast once a month a delicious treat,
like a well brewed beer.
BULLSHIT, and you know it.
It's not as if there is any protein, fibre, vitamins or minerals or any other nutrients in wheat. +sarcasm
The rest of your post is confirmation bias and reads exactly like the latest woo for crystals or any other crap.
Wheat flour is highly inflamitory with a glycemic index ten points higher than sucrose, plenty of the insoluable fibre you don't want or need, a few b vitamins and minerals only when you eat enough (120gm) to choke on. You want micronutrients, soluable fibre and vitamins, eat vegetables. You want some good fat and protien, eat meat, fish and dairy. You want to get fat and increase your small dense LDL particles... eat pasta.
BULLSHIT, and you (should) know it.http://www.health.harvard.edu/newsweek/Glycemic_index_and_glycemic_load_for_100_foods.htm
Lets compare vegetables and pasta for glycemic index shall we?
PASTA and NOODLES
Fettucini, average 40±8
Macaroni, average 47±2
acaroni and Cheese (Kraft) 64
<- not food
Spaghetti, white, boiled 5 min, average 38±3
Spaghetti, white, boiled 20 min, average 61±3
Spaghetti, wholemeal, boiled, average 37±5
Green peas, average 48±5
Carrots, average 47±16
Baked russet potato, average 85±12
Boiled white potato, average 50±9
Instant mashed potato, average 85±3
Sweet potato, average 61±7
Yam, average 37±8
Not much difference there.
Dude, what's with the crap, you're sounding like a crazy religious zealot?
If you want to recommend healthy foods at least throw legumes into the mix.
And dairy, yeah might be fine if your ancestors came from north-west Europe, however most of the planet didn't and a damn higher proportion of the planet has issues digesting lactose compared to starches from wheat.