Get rid of your wheat belly, feel better than ever and turbocharge your health! More and more people are dropping the wheat products and seeing positive improvements in their health and well being.
What’s the secret in this book? Just give up wheat. Simply by following the program explained in the book by cardiologist William Davis, MD, Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight. It’s available from Rodale, the publishers of Prevention Magazine.
After following instructions in this book people with enormous potbellies saw them disappear when they followed Dr. Davis’s plan for giving up this food. Read on and discover the startling research that shows why”healthy” whole wheat is in fact the hidden trigger behind that stubborn fat on your hips, thighs, face, and belly. Now you too can see the belly fat melt off!
The best news is that wheat free does not mean bread free! It doesn’t mean you have to give up pizza, muffins, cookies, cereal, or pasta either. In fact, you’ll discover an amazing number of foods and satisfying recipes in Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight. You can still enjoy delicious foods without the wheat and watch the pounds drop off.
Lose the wheat and your health should improve. Research has shown that avoiding wheat can help to turn around your health. Possibly, ease a chronic condition or even help you to prevent a deadly disease which could include diabetes, arthritis, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, stroke, heart attack, digestive problems, brain fog, and much more. Give this book a try and see if you too can improve your health.
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- Is Wheat Making Us Fat?
My husband Larry is reading Wheat Belly and in this book it talks about the many different issues including weight gain that GMO Wheat causes. I ran across this article today in the Huffington Post by Dr. Hyman and find this very interesting.
- Try a Wheat-Free Diet for Better Health
A wheat-free diet is often confused with a gluten-free diet. Although wheat products contain gluten, these two types of diets are not the same thing. When you’re on a wheat-free diet, you simply eliminate all foods that contain wheat.