Buy the Book

Wheat Belly was released August 30, 2011.

It is available at Amazon, Barnes and NobleBooks a Million, and Indiebound.

You can also order the Wheat Belly audio CD from Amazon.

220 Responses to Buy the Book

  1. Julie says:

    Dr. Davis,
    I am appalled by the food industry allowing this to happen. Politics have a way of keeping the blinders on the people.
    I saw the youtube video, showed it to my husband and realized that it was the 80′s when I started having health issues: thyroid problems, weight gain, asthma, irrital bowl syndrome. My son (born in 1985) was diagosed with ADHD at age 7, had multiple allergies, a heart murmer at birth, low billiruben count.
    I cleaned out our pantry of all products containing wheat before I went to bed last night. We are not big bread eaters, because we believed something was up with the processed foods and started to eat Paleo.
    We have always tried to stay healthy by working out at the gym, hiking and not sitting in front of the TV all of the time.
    I have struggled with weight since my car accident in 2009 and I am looking forward to dropping the wheat belly. I will keep you posted on my progress, and I will spread the word.
    Thank you for what you are doing!
    Be Well,
    Julie Marchesi

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  4. Kathy says:

    I purchased and read “Wheat Belly” over a month ago. I got rid of wheat while reading the book, and here I am, five weeks or so into this and I am loosing weight! BUT, the most noticeable thing to me is how much better I feel. I had a feeling of stiffness and pressure, I guess, all over my body. It took about a week, but I started noticing that the stiffness I had was going away. Today, I no longer have pain in my joints as I did before, and I can move and even run! I can keep up with my kids, and it’s getting better every day.

    I also had the rough patches on my elbows and knees go away! I’ve had them for as long as I can remember. They were ugly and annoying. Gone! Just like that!

    I want to say that this book saved my life. No overstatement. Thank-you Dr. William Davis!


    So, I have bought the book but did not read it yet. From the comments in blog I assume that organic wheat( and other grains) does not make any difference and it is as bad. Would that be correct Dr, Davis?

  6. Vanessa says:

    I am curious what you recommend for carbohydrate intake for those that are required due to genetic disease to eat a high carbohydrate/low fat diet. The condition in question is Carnitinepalmitoyltransferase 2 deficiency.
    Also, I can’t eat nuts, beans or legumes of any kind. Are the recipes able to be augmented to include whatever flour or meal I can tolerate?

  7. KAREN says:

    I was wondering if hemp seeds and hemp seed oil are okay on the wheat free diet. Thanks

  8. KAREN says:

    I was wondering if I purchase the recipe book in the ebook form can I down load it on to my computer or do I need a kindle. I have a laptop and an ipad. Will either of them work. thanks.

  9. Eric says:


    If you buy it on Amazon for example you can read it on a laptop with the Kindle software you can download from their website. You can also read it on the Kindle iPad application.
    (I don’t work for or get paid by Amazon, I just have a really large library of kindle e-books and use them on my phone, tablet and computer)

  10. Sergio Palacios says:

    Is there a date for a release of Wheat Belly to Spanish?

  11. Pablo says:

    Hi, I’ve read your book, very interesting indeed, and I want to buy it for a friend, but he doesn’t read English, is there a Spanish version?, thanks!.

  12. Sarah Brown says:

    Just read the book after seeing a program on Dr. Oz. . Realized I feel bad all the time with allergies,sharp belly cramps and some diarrhea. All I’ve really done food wise is to eliminate wheat, corn, rice and sugar. About once or twice a week I mess up, usually at a restaurant or pot luck dinner at church. What I’ve found is, every day longer that I go w/o these foods, I feel better. The lifetime allergies I’ve had are improving. Everytime I add back wheat or corn especially, they come back. I’ve been allergic to corn for 10 years or more but have continued to eat it because popcorn is my favorite food. I bought the cookbook and have made biscuits, bread, wraps and cookies. All of these are satisfying substitutes to me.

  13. IanS says:

    Hi, can you give us some information about the new edition of Wheat Belly that seems to be due for release on 19th June? What has been updated or added?


    • Dr. Davis says:

      This is just the softcover version of the hardcover book, Ian, essentially no different except for a foreword for the new softcover.

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