Monthly Archives: November 2012

Stents, knee surgery, narcotics, statins . . . no more!

Mike tells this astounding story of a journey back from Wheat Hell started–of all people–by his orthopedic doctor! Started the wheat-free diet back in July on the advice of my new orthopedic doctor. So far almost 30 lbs gone. 14 … Continue reading

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What about the children?

The best data we have suggest that 1 in 133 people have celiac disease, yet 90% of those 1 in 133 don’t know it. And neither do their parents. It means that approximately 1% of all children in the U.S. … Continue reading

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What do you have that chimps don’t have?

Besides your nice new iPhone and a receding hairline, what do modern Homo sapiens have that chimpanzees do not? I recently attended a conference in which Dr. Alessio Fasano spoke. Dr. Fasano is a noted celiac disease investigator who has … Continue reading

Posted in Bowel permeability, Gliadin, Zonulins | 57 Comments

Chicken Pot Pie with Cheddar Herb Almond Crust

Here’s a fabulous recipe from Ayla, the incredibly inventive blogger at Gourmet Girl Cooks Blog, who has been taking the Wheat Belly Facebook page by storm with her beautiful dishes. Getting the crust as perfect as she did might take … Continue reading

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A family’s life is transformed

I met Jason at a lecture I did a couple of months ago. He described his family’s story of health transformation to me, including relief from a range of conditions, after everyone eliminated all wheat/gluten from their lives. So I … Continue reading

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Stories needed for national TV show

I’m being asked to provide some compelling stories of wheat-free success for an upcoming Wheat Belly segment on a national TV show. (I’m not yet supposed to say which show!) The show is filmed in New York but short video … Continue reading

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