I really recommend picking up Wheat Belly, either from Amazon or your library (like I did, so more on that below). I made dozens of notes on little scraps of paper, and immediately wished I had my own copy. The first half the book really spoke to me and my food addictions, the second half I didn't enjoy quite as much. And I don't agree with 100% of what he says. I was very disappointed to see Dr. Davis allows Sucralose/Splenda (along with Stevia), basically as a sacrifice for the low sugar requirements. Boo, hiss. But I'm not adding that crap back. Aside from that, The Wheat Belly is a great companion guide to Jorge's Belly Fat Cure Fast Track, and even a little more flexible. Whether you are grain-free all the time, or just for the evening meal, it's a good read.
One recipe I really liked in the book were the Flaxseed Wraps. I changed the recipe a bit (just like Jeri over at Just Me and the BFC did) to get it just right for me. Thankfully, I but a huge bag of ground flaxseed from Costco and the Vegan Husband uses it all the time.
Here is my version of the Flax Wrap (8 grams carbohydrates, 0 grams sugar, 6 gram fiber for 0/1 S/C Value):
2 Tbs Water (more water will make it thinner)
3 Tbs Ground Flaxseed
1/2 tsp Baking powder
1Tbs melted Coconut Oil
Mix it all together. I made it just like a pancake/crepe in a skillet on the stovetop. You flip it when the bubbles form. The photo is the entire recipe, with a handful of blueberries and my coffee with cream and coconut oil. Very filling. The day before I topped them with Cream Cheese.
Depending on whether you want something sweeter or savory you could add: cinnamon, nutmeg and even stevia OR garlic powder and italian spices. I used them like pancakes/crepes and didn't add any of that stuff, but they could be used as Naan, a tortilla or flatbread. This last photo I used them as soft taco shells and they were pure perfection! I actually like these better than the coconut flour pancakes and crepes! Ground flax seed is a little easier to find and less expensive too. I get this giant bag at Costco for less than $7.