"The most common, prevalent outstanding cause for heart disease in the U.S. today is not high cholesterol. It's too many small LDL particles.
There are only two ways to get small LDL particles. It's either genetically determined or it's carbohydrates.
It's not fat. It's not saturated fats. It's not butter. It's not too much cheese.
It's simply anything that converts to sugar, which will lead to the cascade of events causing the formation of small LDL particles.
It became clear there was something triggering it to extravagant degrees and that was wheat." - Dr. William Davis, M.D., cardiologist