Wheat Belly is an interesting book. It talks about wheat, its history, the genetically modified version, impact of genetically modified wheat and its association with major health problems. I learned a lot from this book. I now know how DNA changed over the course of history and why it changed, the structure of gluten as well as how it affects the brain.
The only problem with this book, is that it attains a tone of preachiness. The editing could have been taut. I have read many other books on these types of topics, and they were gripping in a sense. The book came across trying vainly to add a humor aspect which takes away the seriousness of the issue. This book would be useful to scores of people, but I am sure like me there would be thousands who might put down without completing it.