I've gotten into some discussion about my diet with a doctor, and while he agreed on the no-sugar, no-processed food principles, he was completely taken aback at the idea of avoiding grains and the idea was new to him (he came up with usual reactions of "but grains are what allowed humanity to expand!", "they have been eaten for centuries!" and so on). He did seem to have a great deal of curiosity and open to being convinced otherwise though, and asked me for specific references on the subject.
I am doing my own search for some suitable articles (I know I've read some, but right now can't find them)... In the meantime I could do with some suggestions. Does anyone know of any solid, seminal papers (original research or review articles) that cover the essentials of grain toxicity (lectins, gluten, evolutionary maladaptation, etc.)? Bear in mind this is for a scientifically minded medically trained person, so it needs to be detailed and based on sound research. No blogs or non-peer-reviewed articles (I've got some of those and may also pass them on to him, but as extras).