Category Archives: Wheat withdrawal

Wheat Withdrawal Zinger

Here’s a smoothie that contains many of the ingredients helpful to get you through the process of wheat withdrawal, the unpleasant withdrawal process from the gliadin-derived opiates in wheat. Once you remove the health disruptive effects of wheat, there are … Continue reading

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How to survive wheat withdrawal

During my recent appearances in British Columbia, speaking to crowds in Kelowna, Penticton, Kamloops, and Vernon, I received many questions about how to better deal with the unpleasant symptoms of wheat withdrawal. Because this question came up so many times, … Continue reading

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Surviving wheat withdrawal

Wheat withdrawal can be unpleasant business. Read the many thousands of comments on this blog describing the physical and emotional turmoil that develops in the first few days of wheat avoidance and you will come to appreciate just how awful … Continue reading

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Nutritional supplements in the wake of wheat elimination

Consumption of modern wheat distorts health at many levels. Remove wheat, like removing a splinter that makes your finger hot, sore, and open to infection, and the body needs to readjust to this new lifestyle. There are a number of … Continue reading

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Say “no” to drugs!

Tobechi posted this question about emotional and physical struggles just 2 days into his/her wheat-free experience: It’s only the end of my second day of not eating wheat, and I have has this constant headache since I’ve stopped eating wheat … Continue reading

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Are you crazy?

Heather posted this comment that illustrates why it is so important, once you’ve started the wheat-free process, to stick to it and not give in to the withdrawal phenomenon. I’ve been on a wheat-free, gluten-free, corn-free diet for about 4 … Continue reading

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