I guess this could go under either books or food forums, but probably more people eat than read books since the latter is optional, so I put it with food. I got a cookbook recently titled Wheat Belly Cookbook by William Davis, MD. It's an interesting read. Dr. Davis is a preventative cardiologist. The front flap states that genetic changes to modern-day wheat have created a "Frankengrain" that our bodies can't fully digest, causing a myriad of destructive health effects including arthritis, acid reflux, skin disorders, brain fog and other neurological conditions, and weight gain - all from a food we are advised to eat more of. There are a bunch of (surprising) health issues brought up in the book that are adversely affected by wheat according to this doctor. The way food is being grown, prepared, and packaged these days, nothing surprises me. Reading the contents on the labels is enough to scare you to death. I'm sure it will be more expensive than just buying a 5 lb. bag of flour but I think I'm going to try out some of the recipes to see how they are.