I want to thank each and every one of you for joining us here today on The Wheat Belly Diet.
Just by visiting this site tells me something about you. You take your health seriously and would like to live a more normal life.
When I say a more normal life, I surely don’t mean to imply that you are abnormal. What I am referring to is all the unnecessary health, physical and mental issues associated with consuming wheat.
Do you have diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol? Find out what may be the reason!
Are you tired of hearing people laughing or commenting on your weight? In most cases, the pounds you are trying very hard to get rid of may not be due to an inherited genetic gene or metabolism.
Are you experiencing a bloated stomach or frequent bouts with acid reflux? Again, you may be surprised to find out what is causing your body to react adversly.
Sinus allergy, heartburn, indigestion and asthma can all be the result of one grain.
How about fatigue? Having trouble getting out of bed? Are you suffering from depression? How many times are you going to say yes before you do something about it?
Are you thin or skinny like a skeleton? Tried everything under the sun to put on weight? This is for you too!
As we know, a lot of foods, products and byproducts contain some form of wheat. You will see as I show you how people just like you have done a complete and healthy turn-a-round by eliminating wheat from their diet.
Read this informational review and decide for yourself… I am going to provide you with enough evidence; the rest is now up to you!
Eliminating wheat from your diet may be easier than you thought! I have two items I will share with you in just a moment.
I know some people don’t like to wait and will want to scroll down to find the two items that may change your life forever. Feel free to jump in now! Click below!
How many times have you been to your family physician or specialists and they tell you, it must be in your head. Maybe you should consider medication for this or that, or, I want to give you another test.
Just like a revolving door… doctor + test + medication = more doctors + more tests + and
more medications. When will it all stop! Do you want to live your life like that? Maybe you should consider the alternative.
You may want to think twice before spending another dollar on additional tests and filling more prescriptions.
Are we talking about you? Hopefully not!
Your solution to this ever growing problem may be right in front of your eyes. Take advantage of the Wheat Belly Diet and become happy once again.
STOP!!! What are you doing? Why are you suffering?
More and more doctors have come to the realization that there is credence to what wheat is doing to the human body.
Let us see what wheat is capable of doing to your health. This is by no means a complete list, but it is a start.
Have Any Of The Following? Wheat May Be The Culprit.
Sinus and nasal allergy, heartburn and indigestion, celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), headaches, aches and pains, memory loss (dementia), vision problems, constipation, acid reflux, acne, high blood pressure, Diabetes (high blood sugar), respiratory problems, hair loss, heart disease, kidney disease, liver disease, ADHD, bloated, obesity, osteoporosis, psoriasis, rashes, rheumatoid arthritis, schizophrenia, statin drugs diarrhea are just to name a few.
Do you see what’s happening here? This is just the tip of the iceberg…
Check out this amazing Wheat Belly Video!
Here are some of the many ailments from real people that have improved or disappeared totally just by removing wheat from their diet.
“Progress report at 3 weeks: Lost 4 pounds around my middle (and thighs), body aches have disappeared, my previously distended, uncomfortable belly has deflated, can go for 6 hours without feeling hungry, I feel so energetic and practically spring right up a flight of stairs, sleep like a baby with no hip pain waking me up, no longer feel depressed because I was slowly gaining weight despite being a runner and person who doesn’t overindulge.”
“From April through June I slowly weaned myself off most carbs, and all white flour products. I ate mainly meat proteins, eggs, cheese and nuts, and high fiber veggies like broccoli. My acid reflux disappeared almost immediately. Headaches became rare occurrences. I started losing weight. But I’d have an occasional bite or two of pasta, or a brownie. Usually I would get a headache or acid reflux, but I was losing weight (10-15lbs at that point), so I didn’t really care.”
“Here’s a small list of things that have occurred since being wheat free for the last three months:”
“Weight reduction from 162 pounds down to 143.
Sleeping better and no more leg cramps waking me up in the middle of night.
Sinus and nasal allergy issues are gone.
I no longer need meds for heartburn and indigestion.
I don’t require eating something every 3 or 4 hours to keep from feeling like I’m going to pass out.
My skin no longer looks dry and cracked. I believe this is because less of my daily water intake is needed for digestion of food since wheat products are no longer consumed. I would also attribute this to the leg
“As a person who formerly owned a wheat belly, I can tell you this works. I was a 5’8? 162 pound woman whose blood sugars were verging on prediabetic and triglycerides were at Lipitor levels. And I had that soft, squishy, grandma belly. March 1, I gave up wheat and its cousins, rice, oats, and corn. By June 1, I had lost 32 pounds, my blood sugars are in a 15 point range from 85 to 100 at all times, my triglycerides are normal, and my squish is gone. I lost my GERD [gastro esophageal reflux disease], my urge for afternoon naps, my gnawing hunger, and my IBS [irritable bowel syndrome] along the way. I never counted a calorie, just read labels and checked blood sugars to make sure I was on track. Easiest diet ever.”
Source: Wheat Belly Blog
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Next I would like to introduce you to the Rudyard Kipling Method. The problem solving method introduce by Kipling was the five W’s and One H. We are going to explore the problems with wheat by challenging them with these questions.
- Who is it about?
- What happened?
- When did it take place?
- Where did it take place?
- Why did it happen?
- How did it happen?
To better understand what has happened to wheat and how it has migrated its way into your body.
Who Developed Hybridized High-yield, Semi-Dwarf Wheat?
According to the Rejuvenation Institute of Natural Health it all started with Dr. Norman Borlaug who had a Ph.D. in plant pathology and genetics from the University of Minnesota.
What happened as a result of Hybridized wheat?
One word best describes what happened with the introduction to Hybridized Wheat, if you guessed diabetes, you are correct. We will focus on diabetes since it has shown the most significant rise attributed to ingestion of wheat.
Maybe it’s just a coincidence.
Since this report was done by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and published in his book the Wheat Belly, by Dr. Davis, we’ll assume it is correct.
Dr. Davis said, “For most of the twentieth century, the incidence of adult diabetes in the United States remained relatively constant— until the mid-eighties.” You can click below to view the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention diabetes chart.
This may or may not be the only contributing factors, but it is highly suspicious.
When was wheat Hybridized?
A federal hybrid wheat program was launched in the United States in the 1930s in the wake of research into maize. But the research made no progress to speak of for thirty years.
Where wheat was first Hybridized?
Dr. Borlaug conducted his agricultural research in Mexico. It was there that he developed semi-dwarf, high-yield, disease-resistant wheat varieties.
According to Action Bio Science, Borlaug said this:
Borlaug: “It started in the 1940s when I joined a new program, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, aimed at assisting poor farmers in Mexico to increase their wheat production. We spent nearly 20 years breeding high-yield dwarf wheat that resisted a variety of plant pests and diseases and yielded two to three times more grain than traditional varieties.”
Source: Action Bioscience - Biotechnology and the Green Revolution
Why was wheat Hybridized?
Wheat has been and is being engineered to:
- Produce greater yields
- Improve quality
- Be disease and insect resistant
- Require less nitrogen to grow
- Require less pesticides and herbicides
- Increase the glutenin content
- Be resistant to drought
- Be tolerant of heat
- Reduce wheat’s allergenicity
- Increase the nutritional value
- Be resistant to aluminium contamination of the soil
- Enhance wheat’s lignans which may have anti-cancer properties and
- Boost the human immune system using human genes!
How is wheat Hybridized?
Modern wheat has been hybridized (crossing different strains to generate new characteristics; 5% of proteins generated in the offspring, for instance, are not present in either parent), backcrossed (repeated crossing to winnow out a specific trait, e.g., short stature), and hybridized with non-wheat plants (to introduce entirely unique genes). There are also chemical-, gamma-, and x-ray mutagenesis, i.e., the use of obnoxious stimuli to induce mutations that can then be propagated in offpspring. This is how BASF’s Clearfield wheat was created, for example, by exposing the seeds and embryos to the industrial chemical, sodium azide, that is highly toxic to humans.
The discovery of the sterilising values of CHA (Chemical Hybridisation Agents) triggered both public and private research programs.
1962 : First cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) system.
1973 : First Chemical Hybridisation Agent (CHA) developed by Rohm and Haas, an American chemical firm
1974 : First hybrid wheat variety based on a CMS strategy in the United States.
1981 : Hybrid wheat marketed in the United States (Cargill) and Australia (Dekalb).
1982 : Monsanto launches a hybrid wheat programme in the United States and Europe based on the Chemical Hybridisation Agent “GENESIS”.Orsan in France announces that they are commencing research into wheat using distinctive CHAs created in its own laboratories.
1985 : Creation and listing of several hybrids following cooperation between HybriTech (Monsanto) and Nordsaat, a German seed company.
The Wheat Belly Diet is essential to your wellbeing
Some of you have tried diets where you basically starve yourself, or eat these preplanned meals with limited calories. What kind of result did you get? If you said, I lost a couple of pounds and then put the weight right back on. Or maybe you said this. I’m always hungry or that just wasn’t satisfying enough. You are not alone.
With The Wheat Belly Diet you will never find yourself with a growling stomach or craving food between meals. What you will find is that you can eat all the food you want ant still lose the weight. You may ask how that is possible.
What makes this possible is the elimination of just one thing from you diet. That one thing is WHEAT!
This may seem impossible at the moment, but if you follow the diet instructions you will be amazed at the weight reduction without even trying. Yes, no kidding!
I am in no way associated with the Wheat Belly Diet book or Dr. William Davis, MD. This review is a recommendation only based on my investigation of what modified wheat has proven to do to unsuspecting people ingesting a grain that may affect their wellbeing.
The Wheat Belly Diet may not be for everyone; therefore I suggest that you consult a physician before starting this or for that matter any diet.