Do you have any issues with wheat? You said no blood sugar, but does it make you feel noticeably lethargic, bloated, gassy, do you get a runny nose etc?
True wheat allergies aren't all that common, but there's a lot of research that says wheat "intolerance" is, but that is a pretty vague term. I feel like there's no need to avoid wheat unless you: a) have noticeable issues when you consume it or, b) eat a LOT of it, in which case taking a break may be worthwhile to see what the difference is.
If all else fails, try it for a few weeks and see if you feel any better.
I personally rarely eat wheat just because I don't really like wheat containing foods like breads and pasta and shit.
pretty sure no allergies. I eat oatmeal/cereal for breakfast and rice/quinoa for dinner, that's my entire carb intake which rarely gets past 150g a day at 2k calories. Was wondering if I should just stick to quinoa and get fiber from fruits/veggies. Or maybe eat more carbs or something. I guess I'm just weirded out by how slow my progress is despite counting calories. May be genetics. Pretty sure I'm not doing anything really wrong and I don't have any hidden diet problems. Just highish sodium intake, upper 2k - 3k, but I drink lots of water.