ENCORE: What’s So Bad About Wheat? Part 1


Dr. William Davis, author of the #1 Best-Seller "Wheat Belly," describes the rationale for his grain-free program. It’s not just about weight-loss--adherents report increased energy, focus and mood, relief of migraines, reversal of diabetes, cessation of GI symptoms like GERD and IBS, improvements in autoimmune conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and MS, and dramatic turn-arounds of adverse lipid profiles. What’s so bad about wheat? What’s the rationale for going altogether grain-free? What’s the problem with gluten-free foods? Can you have an occasional bagel or muffin? How to cope with the withdrawal symptoms some people experience with the Wheat Belly regimen? Are sweeteners allowed? Can you have some beans and fruit? How does the Wheat Belly diet compare to comparable programs like the Wahl’s Diet, the Paleo Diet, or the Perfect 30? Dr. Davis shares the many resources available for those who want to try Wheat Belly. Click HERE for part 2.


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