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The Trouble with Wheat...

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

I had heard of the book Wheat Belly but wasn't sure what the premise was. I just watched this interesting video on youtube, by the author, and wanted to share....
Very interesting I thought.....

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HEALTHY4ME 4/6/2013 2:26PM

    I did paleo for while, then did it again. Finally at a loss to help my arthritis, I went to a naturopath who has me off all wheat, dairy and sugar. Did great adn then had my reg GP chec k up and he wonders if this mess on my lower arms isn't a gluten intolerance, well to find out via blood test you have to have gluten in your system. So back to eating wheat, and trying not to eat sugar. BUT man kind of interestng as boy am I ever a hunger eating, and only wanting carbs. will be glad to cut wheat out again.
AND I sure hope I can go as dr Davis is in town but tickets are $30. and I have allready read the book and such. Will see.
HUGS and have a great day. Saw when I sent the goodie that we were on similar teams not just the knees.

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EXOTEC 2/26/2013 8:40PM

    Wheat Belly is an excellent read. I strongly encourage you to pick it up. If you can't find it in your local library, I've seen it in WalMart here. It's an eye-opening experience!

The argument against wheat / grains is right in line with other restricted-carb plans. Grains are, after all, carbs. Wheat has its own evils peculiar to it, but the information presented in the book can apply nearly as equally to other restricted-carb lifestyles.

Read it. It's well worth the time.

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NANA-JEAN 12/26/2012 10:37AM


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DIDMIS 12/26/2012 8:56AM

    I didn't watch all of it as it is quite long but I do have the book. My niece follows this diet and has lost a lot of inches.

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