I browse Dr Davis' blog occasionally. Although Dr D seems to be a total cholesterol believer and has his sights set on 60:60:60 for HDL, LDL and Trigs (and goes with the drug therapy needed to get there) he does have very extensive experience of getting people to change their eating habits. His dislike of wheat seems to come more from using it as a metaphor for junk food, but the addiction aspect is clearly up there too. This post and this one drop in to that last category.
I really like this one too. Been reading Sholokhov's "Virgin Soil Upturned". I'm thankful to be able to make food choices. I'm never hungry. I am grateful.
And then we have this one too. The beginnings of saturated fat acceptance!!!! Woo hoo. Here's the bit I like:
"Adding back saturated fat. I say "adding back" since most of us (including myself) went too far down the "saturated fat is bad" path over the past few years. While I do not advocate a carte blanche approach to saturated fat, I believe that adding back eggs (preferably free-range and/or omega-3 rich), lean meats, and hard cheeses is a good idea"
Okay, it's cautious, but its a shift in the right direction. Bring on the carte blanche and let the chickens choose their own weeds. Of course there's not a lot of saturated fat in eggs, so here we have cholesterol acceptance too, if only dietary... That's nice to read.