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Publisher Description

Wheat Belly is a provocative look at how eliminating wheat—even so-called healthy whole grain wheat—from our diets is the key to permanent weight loss and can offer relief from a broad spectrum of health and digestive problems.

Drawing on decades of clinical studies and the extraordinary results he has observed after putting thousands of his patients on wheat-free regimens, Dr. William Davis makes a compelling case against this ubiquitous ingredient. A wheat-free diet has been associated with significant benefits, including the following:
Weight loss of twenty, thirty, even fifty pounds in the first few monthsAlleviation of metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes Recovery from intestinal woes, like ulcerative colitis and celiac diseaseMarked improvement in overall cholesterol and LDL countsImprovement in bone density and reversal of osteoporosisCessation of skin conditions from psoriasis to oral ulcers and hair lossReduction of inflammation and rheumatoid arthritis pain
Readable, thought-provoking and carefully researched, Wheat Belly offers a new and vitally important perspective on the most critical health concerns of our time.

GENRE
Health, Mind & Body
RELEASED
2012
May 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
304
Pages
PUBLISHER
HarperCollins Publishers
SELLER
Harper Collins Canada Limited
SIZE
7.5
MB

Customer Reviews

Entrepreneur888 ,

Great

A lot of very interesting information about just how bad gluten really is for you. I’m gluten free after reading this.

Love E-reading ,

Very informative read

This book is very interesting and thought-provoking. It argues many strong reasons for eliminating wheat from your diet and provides the strategies and information needed to make the transition easy.

TIF14 ,

Awesome

I enjoyed this book. It was very informative. I plan on giving this a try. I have a celiac son and my daughter suffers from many stomach problems. My daughter and daughter-in-law are both reading this book too. Maybe we can all be healthier without wheat.

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