Monthly Archives: August 2012

Down and out wheat addiction

Anne posted this comment. Her story provides a perfect example of the wheat withdrawal process we encounter when we go wheat-free. I finished reading your book. I’m truly inspired to make a lifestyle change, but have failed at all attempts … Continue reading

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Fatty Patty

Wheat Belly Facebook page Friend, Susanlyn, came up with this irreverent gem of poetry: Fatty Patty ate her wheat. Fatty Patty blood too sweet! Fatty Patty belly was huge, Fatty Patty crapped like a luge! Fatty Patty had arthritis, Fatty … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 36 Comments

The Dolly Parton Effect

Bread makes males breasts grow. It’s that simple. Eat a roll, grow breasts. Eat pizza, grow breasts. Eat a sandwich, wrap, donut, sub, pretzel, or ciabatta, grow breasts. See those big tough guys on the construction site, all eating their … Continue reading

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“Gluten is killing all of America” Yeah, gluten-free is definitely NOT the message. But this mainstream sitcom depiction of gluten-freedom is a huge step in the right direction . . . because modern wheat is unsuitable for consumption for ANY human!

Posted in Gluten sensitivity | 54 Comments

Wheat Belly #1 New York Times Bestseller!

Wheat Belly makes it to the #1 spot on the New York Times Bestseller list for the Hard Cover Advice & Miscellaneous category. Although it was first released nearly one year ago, the Wheat Belly message is growing. More and … Continue reading

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Size 12 down to size 4, 7.75 inches off the waist, and goodbye diabetes!

Those of you who have been following these conversations over the past several months have noticed that many people with diabetes and pre-diabetes are experiencing marked reductions in waist size and, with it, reductions in blood sugar and hemoglobin A1c, … Continue reading

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Slave to Wheat

TJ passed on this incredible tale of her lifelong struggle battling an eating disorder that essentially ruled her adult life. She endured food obsessions, emotional roller coasters, life and relationship disruption, “purging” to deal with weight issues . . . … Continue reading

Posted in Eating disorderes, Wheat-elimination success stories | 86 Comments