Monthly Archives: October 2011

Chocolate Chip Cookies

These chocolate chip cookies are like the kind you buy at the bakery: rich, moist, with that just-baked taste you can’t get in store bought cookies. They are a bit of an indulgence, however, since they are rich in sugar-containing … Continue reading

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Kung Pao Chicken

Here is a recipe from Laura B. Russell’s The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen, released just this past August, 2011. Laura tackled the daunting job of reconfiguring Asian recipes, like Cabbage Kimchi and Minced Duck Salad with Lime Dressing, with ingredients that … Continue reading

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SixServings: The uncensored comments

The comments continue to pound away at SixServings.org from fellow wheat dissenters. If you haven’t seen them yet, they provide some interesting commentary and feedback on the wheat-free experience. I reproduce several of them here. I say the “uncensored” comments, … Continue reading

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More from the "glycemic index is just a number" people . . .

Anyone following the rather entertaining exchange at SixServings.org, the blog for the Grain Foods Foundation, would have seen the recent “withering” criticisms of Wheat Belly posted there. So, in case they censor the comment I left (since they have been … Continue reading

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Wheat Belly Blues: The Video

Singer/songwriter and incredibly talented guy, James Winningham, has added a YouTube video to his Wheat Belly Blues: James views Wheat Belly not as a book, but a movement: a life-changing revelation that has the power to transform health. In a … Continue reading

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Sing it, James! Wheat Belly Blues

About 3 weeks ago, I got an email from this gentleman named James Winningham. James told me about his struggles with bipolar illness, the cyclic and often extreme “ups” and “downs” of mood, sufficient to disrupt life and family. Bipolar … Continue reading

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Michelle: Goodbye to wheat, goodbye to acid reflux, diabetes, headaches, gastrointestinal distress . . .

I‘m a 48 year-old woman. The pic on the left was taken in April, when I was at my heaviest – about 169 lbs. My A1C had gone from a 5.4 in December to 6.5 in April, as my weight … Continue reading

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Thyroid Tune-up Checklist

Imagine that all the cars in your neighborhood run poorly because nobody bothers to tune-up their autos. I show you how to tune your car and, lo and behold, 80% of the cars now run great. But 20% of cars … Continue reading

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Hey, kid, wanna ride?

Beware of stockbrokers hawking the next big winner, strangers offering car rides, and beware of “gluten sensitivity.” Let me explain. The Wheat Lobby has acquiesced to the notion that there is indeed a disease called celiac disease. How else can you explain … Continue reading

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The South Beach Diet . . . improved

In the South Beach Diet, Dr. Arthur Agatston brought legitimacy and mainstream popularity to the limited-carbohydrate notion. Cast into the spotlight of trendy, sexy South Beach, Miami, along with the weight-losing advantages of an Atkins-like carbohydrate restriction, many people lost … Continue reading

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