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Wheat Belly Total Health= High Fat?

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Dr Davis, in his new book, seems to have veered off course, and is now advocating the elimination of ALL grains, and eating more fats. It is essentially a low carb diet. The only problem I see here is that thanks to the gluten, I suffer from fat malabsorption, as many gluten intolerants do, and I think a lot of full blown celiacs do as well. So what to make of this? Personally, I have had success following a low fat diet, which in essence is a low calorie diet as well, since fats have twice as many calories as carbs. My digestion was better too. Recently, in an attempt to lose more weight, I went low carb (gluten free of course). It was pretty hard to stick to, since I couldnt stomach all that meat and fat. I am now on a lowered calorie gluten free diet and making progress and feeling good. Thanks for your thoughts! 

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Interesting. I tried the same thing, not only hoping to lose a little more weight, but hoping the increased fat would improve my constipation problems. It didn't and my stomach just didn't feel well. I feel better just doing my low calorie which is pretty much automatically lower fat in order to save calories. I also found all that flax didn't sit well with me either

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