Category Archives: Celiac disease

Celiac is not a disease

Celiac is not a disease. Lest you think I’ve gone off my rocker, let me explain. Say that, of 100 people you know who smoke, only 1 gets lung cancer. Do we declare that the only person who has problems … 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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Among the most ignorant about wheat? Celiac experts!

The University of Chicago Celiac Center’s Facebook page contained this response to my CBS This Morning interview from a Dr. Stefano Guandalini: I was quite surprised to see that CBS news would provide unquestioned credibility to Dr. Davis, the author … Continue reading

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"Take more fiber"

Amy posted this story: I am writing to let you know that I owe you my life. I read your book, quit wheat, and felt a noticeable improvement after just three weeks. I have suffered from autonomic dysfunction, POTS [Postural … Continue reading

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Wheatopia

Just think of the enormity of the impact of wheat consumption on the human condition. Consumption of modern high-yield semi-dwarf wheat leads to: –Weight gain–especially visceral fat in the abdomen, i.e., inflammatory fat –Diabetes, pre-diabetes–via the appetite-stimulating effects of modern … Continue reading

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Alijazz's Return to Health

This incredible tale of a return to health by eliminating wheat was posted on the Wheat Belly Amazon reviews by Alijazz. While Alijazz’s story is one of celiac disease, it is a graphic tale of the widespread ignorance in accepting … Continue reading

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