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Wheat Belly: The Effortless Health and Weight-Loss Solution - No Exercise, No Calorie Counting, No Denial Paperback – 23 Feb 2015
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‘Fascinating, compelling, and more than a little entertaining, Wheat Belly may be the most important health book of the year.’
Dana Carpender, author of 500 Low-Carb Recipes
‘Comprehensive, readable and witty… Take [Dr Davis’] advice to lose wheat from your diet and you’ll likely be paid back many times over in the form of a slimmer, healthier body and a better functioning brain.’
Dr. John Briffa BSc MB BS nutritional physician and author of Waist Disposal
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It’s convinced me to trial a number of these health experiments on myself, and speaking several months into the trials (which included a 5day water fast, I can honestly say I’ve never felt better).
Whilst Dr Davis can lay on the rhetoric a little thick at times with regard to the food industry and the various US health bodies, his work is thoroughly well cited and he never oversteps with his assumptions where the information is lacking.
The Wheat Science in this book is a bit heavy, however the complete picture is there about this poisonous grain!
You will be amazed just how easy it is to lose weight, just by not consuming WHEAT (Gluten) Foods!
Thank you, Dr William Davis/
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I bought the recipe book too. What a waste of money. Its Atkins with a strong emphasis on ground linseed, nuts, meat and dairy. Only watery fruit and veg like berries and lettuce. You’re advised to eat enormous amounts of linseed, raw nuts, cheese, fatty meat and butter. If you’re missing pasta as a treat you can have konjac noodles which are zero calorie and zero carb, and in my experience, a serious choking hazard. Unlike Atkins at there’s no measuring carbs - because you’re not allowed any at all. Not the book it claims to be. Even when I was significantly overweight I was never attracted to the Atkins diet so why I thought a book by a similar American cardiologist looking to make a similar fortune would make any sense at all to me I don’t know. The wheat (or maybe the new potatoes, they’re the same right?) must have addled my brain.
Davis MD uses research, case studies and anecdotes to suggest that wheat is the cause of diseases such as obesity and diabetes amongst others that plague western society today. Woven into this fact filled book is wonderful humour and wit.
It may change, no save your life.
but, i am sure the more i read the book, the more i read the book,,,,,,,,,,,