Some good thoughts here, I have been forced to give up most processed foods since my angioplasty and lost 25 pounds as a result. And I agree sugar is more demon than wheat; I would also add salt, which is in all baked goods and all processed foods as well, as a major food demon in the typical American diet. It’s more difficult today to live a low-salt life than a low-sugar or low-fat one.
This sinister gilded crust was the model for Salvador Dali’s famous painting, “Bread 1926.”
Is bread the only villain in today’s battle with obesity?
How did this food, which people have enjoyed since the dawn of agriculture, get such a bad rap?
Doctor William Davis leads the attack. In his book Wheat Belly, he blames wheat and wheat alone for everything from heart disease to diabetes to arthritis and everything in between. His inflammatory accusations have some validity, of course. But overall, I think the good doctor is stirring the pot with too big a spoon.
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