"Hey make no mistake the real killer is the gluten and sugar overexposure. If it were not for that you could likely eat more vegetable oil without reprocussions!"
Surely its true but it leaves much to be desired.... just like the converse argument does.
I can't claim to follow Robb's posts and such to know his history, but I did find a relevant pod cast.
From the podcast....
"Are they still going to benefit from that relative to just eating whatever
they and then again, relative to being 100 percent gluten free, 100 percent of the time. Like is it still better to have less gluten, less
frequently or you still just kind of screwing yourself over if you're got any at all. I think decreasing the exposure is definitely for -- some people
they notice that they actually get a little more vigorous of a GI response when they do have gluten and part of that is the gut liking has actually
sealed and so what happening with a gluten exposure for reactive people
is that obviously not everybody is reactive it's just a surprising amount of people are reactive.8
[0:15:00] And so this why a lot of the skeptic community, they get all up and arms about this stuff. But my only story with all this is that I think more problems than we've ever thought might be traced back to gluten and
gluten like proteins and that doing some sort of an elimination diet will allow us to figure that stuff out in pretty quick order. And that's the whole crazy controversial used car assessment pitch that I have on this thing. It's like there may be some really big problems. We might figure them out by doing an elimination diet. And if it's not a
concern for you then go for it, do whatever you want. But it's interesting
for me. I was not gluten sensitive in the way that I am in my youth but I am now. There's good data to indicate that people can become gluten sensitive as
they age. More people tend to become gluten sensitive as they age. There may be some breakdown in the immune response, maybe chemo
distress, who knows what. But in general minimizing that exposure is going to definitely in my opinion be better than not unless you're just one of this people who states pain and then you can eat anything and it just really doesn't matter."
The rest here http://robbwolf.com/wp/wp-content/up...lution-169.pdf