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251 Responses to Contact Info: MEDIA INQUIRIES ONLY!

  1. Stephanie S says:

    Dr. Davis, I have read your book and purchased your cookbook and I love both!! I am 30 years old and was diagnosed as Insulin Resistance in my mid-20′s. I have a wonderful doctor who preaches your book and low sugar programs. I was slender until college and then I gained 40lbs my sophomore year. I lost that weight in my senior year by cutting out carbs and sugar. I felt wonderful and confident, again. I had a baby in 2012 and have struggled to get the weight off. I now need to lose more than 50lbs to get back to my healthy weight. As a mom who works more than 40 hrs, it becomes difficult to prepare healthy foods for my family. I’m not stating it is impossible, because there are many who seem to manage. My husband and I both struggle as sugar addicts and I feel we need an extra boost to get us on the right path.
    Have you thought of a joint-venture in opening a sugar/wheat rehab center?

    • Dr. Davis says:

      You know, I’ve thought about it, but I don’t think it’s something I’d tackle right now.

      The wheat-free movement is growing so rapidly that I believe my efforts are better focused on continuing to spread the message

  2. Albert Borges says:

    Hey Dr. Davis,
    First of all, I would like to appreciate what you are doing. I have been following a strict wheat free diet, and I’m losing weight a steady pace and, most importantly, I am NEVER hungry. It is amazing. Such an easy diet to follow that truly works. That is why I have the following proposition for you.

    I am a software developer studying computer science at the University of Virginia, and I would really like to work together with you to make a wheat belly app. I feel it would be very successfully and really help spread the word about the wheat free diet. I have some ideas in mind, so if you think you would be interested, we could work together to make this mobile application become a reality.

    Feel free to contact me at

    Thanks for your time, and regardless of what you conclude, you have really made a wonderful impact on my life.

  3. Hi Dr. Davis!

    Have truly enjoyed reading your book (a couple times) and sharing your thoughts with many of my health coaching clients. It’s wonderful to see a cardiologist truly focusing on the important of food/nutrition in preventing and managing disease. Personally, I follow a very low-wheat lifestyle and I’m confident it’s part of the reason I am so healthy and was able to complete my first Ironman 70.3 last year. Presently, I am working on a fundraising cookbook project to benefit a beautiful, inspirational young mother from SE WI who is battling stage IV breast cancer.

    Wondering if you would be up for “donating” a recipe to be included in this amazing e-cookbook project. Your flaxseed wraps and pumpkin spice muffins (which I always make with coconut milk) are two of my favorites and they would be fabulous to include in this project. The final e-book will be sold all over the United States, with many, many copies being sold right here in SE WI.

    I would be happy to email a copy of the formal request letter as well as additional detailed information directly to whomever would be appropriate. My personal email was submitted with this request. Many thanks for your time and consideration. Keep up your great work!


    PS. You may remember me from many years back – I was your Lovenox rep for awhile. Decided to go back to school and work more to help people prevent disease. Truly enjoying the change!

  4. Nicole says:

    Dr. Davis,

    I’m reaching out on behalf of the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center, which is hosting the 15th International Celiac Disease Symposium (ICDS) in Chicago on September 22-25. The purpose of the symposium is to bring together scientists, practitioners, students and patients to better understand the facts and research behind celiac disease, gluten-related disorders and gluten-free diets.

    Given your expertise in this area, I wanted to gauge your interest in attending the conference and possibly participating in a panel discussion about gluten-free diets/gluten-related disorders. The potential engagement would be held during the clinical or scientific forum, September 23 or 24.

    Please let me know if this would be something of interest, and I’d be happy to put you in contact with the conference organizers.

    More information on ICDS 2013 can be found here:

    Many thanks,

  5. Paul Rae says:

    Dr. Davis,

    We have a web radio program that is geared toward people age 50+: (I would have preferred a different name, but knuckled under to partner pressure).

    We post interviews and content about all sorts of interest categories for this demographic and would really like to feature you and your book. Certainly we’d be happy to either link or post a banner ad back to your site as well.

    We’d like to interview you for about 15-20 minutes, edit out any ums-ahs-coughs, etc and post it in 2 or 3 segments on the site.

    If this is something that you could schedule, please have someone contact me at 508-510-6375, or my producer Ed Turner at 443-994-2246.

    Thank you,

    Paul Rae

  6. Hello Dr. Davis,

    I’m working with a team of MIT engineers to develop consumer products to help people test their food for gluten. The company started out of my personal need – I was constantly getting sick from cross contamination and was tired of ill informed kitchen staff and poor labels. I would love to connect with you and tell you more about our development as we could potentially help millions of people avoid gluten in their diets.

  7. Donald Sutherland says:

    Both GM wheat and GE soy are identified by the CDC as two of the top 8 food allergens in the US. I am curious if there is a correlation between the spike in children food allergies and spike in celiac disease since 1992 the FDA permitted genetically engineered (GE) soy and GE soy products, and they are in the majority of processed food in the US? Genetically modified wheat and GE soy have never been safety tested by the CDC

  8. Jack Renes says:

    I am very interested to know the opinion on backing bread with purely organic spelt.

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