Press / Media

If your audience is wondering why they are overweight, diabetic or pre-diabetic, plagued by health problems like high cholesterol, high blood pressure, or arthritis, then the message of Wheat Belly is relevant to your listeners or readers.

“Eat more healthy whole grains” is, in my view, the most widely broadcasted nutritional blunder being repeated over and over again on a national–no, international–scale. It is responsible for the obesity crisis, the skyrocketing rates of diabetes, not to mention record revenue growth in agribusiness and Big Food. While the pharmaceutical industry likewise profits in a big way from the health consequences of this perverse message, it’s everyday people who are paying the health price. And now it’s affecting our children.

From man boobs to dementia, you name it, wheat’s been there, done that. Let’s talk about it.

23 Responses to Press / Media

  1. Hello,
    would like to get 3 copies of this book here at CTV. Also, do you have any celebrity followers?
    Thanks,
    Michelle Saunders
    Producer – etalk
    CTV
    299 Queen Street West
    Toronto, ON M5V 2Z5

  2. Dr. Davis says:

    Michelle–Sorry, but I saw this several days after you posted it.

    The books are on their way! No celebrity followers that I’m aware of.

  3. Dear Dr Davis,

    I am an avid follower of your work and a member of Track your plaque so I can keep up to date on your latest works – so that I may help my patients as best as can. I would some how like to work with you to promote your work in the U.K – maybe with health talks weightloss/health promotion programs.:
    May I put links to your book and website on my web site.
    Can I set up an affiliate program to sell your book from my site
    I am having a clinic integration meeting next week and woulk like to use the Wheat belly image above – would that be possibble.
    Could I use the above image on either the clinic website http://www.thethirdspace.com for our newsletter and for my own site http://www.theglutenfreeguru.co.uk.
    May I use any of the quotes from your book on the same sites.
    May I contact Celia Walden wife of Piers Morgan Telegraph columnist advising her of yu book for a possibble article – I am frequently in contact trying to get her to publish an article on gluten intolerance but she has resisted so far.
    One of my clients is a T.V producer and I suggested he do a documentary on GlutetnWheat Intolerance – he has done the first proposal but needs to pad this out – may I pass on your details.

    Thanks

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  5. amberen says:

    naturally like your website but you have to test the spelling on several of your posts. Many of them are rife with spelling issues and I find it very troublesome to inform the reality nevertheless I will surely come again again.

  6. Coleen C. says:

    Dr. Davis, I have suggested you and your book to The Peoples Pharmacy, which has some of the best cutting-edge information and experts on their radio program on NPR/affiliated stations. Have you/they been in contact?

  7. Alice Kapolas says:

    A lot of your recipes contain coconut. I”m allergic to coconut! I m really am interested in your theory. I went in two years ago for routine blood work,and found out my Trygliceride level was very elevated! I am 5”3 1/2″ And weigh 140
    I have never been that high. I tried exercise, and diet and have not gone down I”m my weight ( currently trying to follow your suggestion I”m at 137
    Its only been two weeks.Just started exercising AGAIN. Any suggestions would be helpful.
    Mrs.K

  8. Molly says:

    I am confused about Einkorn flour and whether or not it is a suitable substitute for wheat flour. On Elisheva Rigosa’s site, she says it has no relationship to wheat. Yet, in your book you say it’s the “real wheat.” Can you please clarify this so I know if it is a safe grain to consume if I am looking to be totally wheat free? Thanks!

    • Dr. Davis says:

      Einkorn is indeed a form of wheat, Molly.

      I think Eli Rogosa is trying to draw a sharp distinction between the wheat of today and the wheat of 10,000 years ago. We could debate semantics and genetics, but einkorn is the predecessor of wheat.

  9. Nathan D says:

    If anyone wants to know how serious the diabetes problem is in this world, just search 366 million diabetics.
    I work with a guy who’s 11 year old son is diabetic. The burden on the family is huge! My bet is it all could have been prevented.
    http://diabetes.webmd.com/news/20110914/world-diabetes-366-million-cases-and-counting

  10. Gary says:

    You mention that after wheat cessation, losing “30 pounds is often just the start”. Have you (or has anyone else) published this claim in the medical literature? Can you provide a reference, please?

    • Dr. Davis says:

      Read the book and you will see 16 pages of references to document these claims.

      The incredible thing is the depth and breadth of damning evidence that already exists, but few have talked about until now.

  11. aster beshah says:

    is it possible to use teff flour instead of wheat

  12. ken says:

    Are you clear on how much of this is strictly wheat or grains, generally?
    The answer is important as this realisation has sparked a trend in gluten free baking.
    For example, it is known that ruminants suffer an acidosis issue as a result of excess fermentable carbohydrate. This might be manifest in your gut flora balance. Moreover, it is not clear that many of the issues you discussed with respect to glucose/ insulin would be any better with the gluten free baking. The key would seem to be gluten intolerance, but am wondering whether secondary issues related to fermenters (yeast) is important.

  13. Stuart says:

    Hi Dr. Davis,

    I heard your interview with Dave Aspery and thought it was riveting. We run a health & wellness website in Australia and would love to interview you and spread the word over this side of the world. We use Skype for interviews which run for around 45minutes. Recent guests include Dr. Terry Wahls and Nora Gedgaudas.

    Would love to hear back from you if you can make a little time for us.

    Regards

    Stuart
    180 Nutrition

  14. Paula A Sanford says:

    Dr Davis…

    I did exactly what you suggested by eliminating wheat from my diet. . My weight loss has been astounding and everyone is asking how I lost so much weight. I refer people to your website all the time and am pleased to share my results with others.I wish I could share your book as an affiliate. Do you have an affiliate program?

    Email: bakingwithchefpaula@inbox.com

  15. lauralei says:

    I have you book and cookbook and it has reversed all my habits- can u recommend a md cardiologist?

  16. Pete says:

    Hi,

    is spelt flour ok?

    thank you

  17. Hi: I am a consultant with a group putting on The Central Coast Nutrition Conference: Eat Fat, Grow Thin, tacking about the ketonic diet. It will be held on Saturday, March 1, 2014 at the Marriott Courtyard in San Luis Obispo, CA (half way between LA and SF) and we expect 100-150 attendees. We have the TOP researchers and speakers in the field coming:
    Eric Westman, MD (Duke); Jeff Volek, PhD, RD (UCONN) Steve Phinney, MD (UCDavis); Jay Wortman, MD (Canada) and one patient advocate, Lynne Ivey, who works with Dr. Westman. We are hoping that you might consider getting a booth at our seminar since we feel that your info is vital to our attendees! You can contact me at 805.772.3560 or by email at shah@yogawithshoosh.com. I look forward to hearing from you soon!

  18. Lorraine says:

    Hi there

    I’m desperate to get your book for my father who has rheumatoid arthritis. Is your book available in Greek?
    If it is can you please post the url
    I live in Australia
    Cheers

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