I saw an episode of Dr. Oz talking to someone named Dr. Katz about diet and reducing cancer risk. I thought almost all of his suggestions were pretty good in relation to what I've learned since discovering the PB. However at one point he said we need whole grains "for the fiber" and that whole grains in particular have "insoluble fiber which is important."
That one kind of blew me away. His argument was fill half your plate with vegetables, especially leafy greens, but then add bread because we need insoluble fiber... last I checked "leafy greens" were excellent sources of insoluble fiber. He also failed to mention that most bread you find in the store contains sugar (often the 4th ingredient) which is another issue all together.
Or did I miss something? I'm guessing this is an example of the CW I've been reading about.
Still, his diet advice was pretty good and he advocates eating diets low in carbohydrates.