When I started this I was astonished to find just how much wheat is in almost everything we consume.
There are pros and cons of course but if it is true and the wheat we eat is not the wheat of our great grandparents then all of the concern falls into place.
From the book "What now passes for wheat has been stretched, sewed, cut, and stitched back together to produce something entirely unique, nearly unrecognizable when compared to the original, yet it is still called by the same name : wheat."
I quoted this from my Prevention magazine which took it from "Wheat Belly"
Since I've started shopping and eating this way, I feel every empowered. <insert flexing biceps> LOL
My husband is watching me, with a bit of a chuckle I suspect, but seems to be a tad bit interested himself.
I'll make a convert out of him soon.
I'm going to keep with it, wheat free and watching calories.
I did find that some Gleutin free items are loaded with carbs and sugar so I am limiting prepackaged Gleutin free items.
Anyway, I've blabbed and gushed enough, back to trying to drink all the water recommended on this program.