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1/4/12 3:54 P

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An interesting fact the author who is a cardiologist, says is that 2 slices of whole wheat bread can raise your blood sugar more than 2 tbsps of sugar....who would of thought......that is a biggie for my hubby who is diabetic.

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1/4/12 2:02 P

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Hi, Mostly I did not realize how much wheat affects our lives and is in everything. He explained all about wheat and its effects in a very understandable way. Just impressed with how easy it was to follow and very helpful.
I do believe it could be found in librairies.....

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1/4/12 2:09 A

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Hi Morningwalker - I have seen the book referenced a few times in scanning some of the threads on this forum. Could you share a bit about what you found helpful/interesting about it? I'm thinking of reading it but I have so much I want to look into right now ... Thanks in advance!

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1/4/12 12:01 A

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No and never hear of it. Will have to look into it.

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1/3/12 8:40 P

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Never head of it but would read it if I didn't have to pay for it.




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MORNINGWALKER's Photo MORNINGWALKER Posts: 60
1/3/12 7:23 P

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Very interesting book on wheat and gluten......any thoughts? emoticon

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