Category Archives: Eating disorderes

The happy “coincidences” of wheatlessness

Wheat Belly Blog reader, Limor, posted this triumphant story of freedom from the health-destroying bonds of wheat: You validated what I have felt for so many years!! I read you book and watched your lectures over and over again and … Continue reading

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Dying, obsessing, scheming for food

Those of us living in this magnificent Wheat-Free Zone have been hearing incredible tales of freedom from eating disorders. Remember TJ’s story of her release from lifelong bulimia? Michele tells this story of her release from the binge-eating bonds of … 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

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Pizza Face: How wheat can ruin an otherwise perfectly fine teenager

Who doesn’t have fond memories of teenage years? Youth, the promise of a bright future, blossoming interest in the opposite sex. But we all know that it was not all a bed of roses, either: Struggles with mom and dad, … Continue reading

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Bulimia cured?

An anonymous commenter left this very interesting description of her experience on the Wheat Belly Blog. While it’s hard to know whether this is truly “bulimia” or yet another unique experience generated by wheat consumption, it is nonetheless an interesting … Continue reading

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