Interview Videos

The Dr. Oz Show: The Wheat Belly Diet: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight

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Wheat Belly as inspiration for Dr. Oz’s Two-Week Rapid Weight Loss Diet

Interview for documentary O World Project

Interview on CBS This Morning

NPR interview/report with Alison Aubrey

Fox News Kansas City interview: Wheat Belly Author compares wheat to opiate

Gluten Gut Report and 5-part interview on Milwaukee Fox 6 Now

Interview on KHOU TV’s Great Day Houston

CTV interview, Ottawa

Stephen Colbert, The Colbert Report. Thought for Food–Wheat Addictions

CBS This Morning: It’s addictive, plain and simple

Interview and feature story on The Dr. Oz Show: Are You Addicted to Wheat?
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Part 2
Part 3

Interview on Global News, Vancouver

Interview on CBS This Morning

Report on Fox Tampa Bay: Lose the wheat, lose the weight?

Report on MSN

Interview for Newsmax

Wheat Belly featured on Bestselling Diet Week on the Live! With Kelly TV show with Kelly Ripa

Bill O’Reilly’s comments on Wheat Belly

Video interview with Malcolm Jolley of Good Food Revolution

TV interview on WISN TV, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Interview with Kim Greenhouse on It’s Rainmaking Time

Interview with Jan Irvin on Gnostic Media

Interview with Nancy Desjardins on The Health Lady

Interview on Hunting for Health podcast with Hunter Copeland, RD

CTV interview via broadband November 17, 2011

Kansas City Live interview: Author of Wheat Belly Books promotes a wheat-free diet

Wheat Belly Blues, a song by songwriter James Winningham, Wheat Belly Bluesman

700 Club interview, CBN studios, Norfolk, Virginia

Diabetes and Me interview, KGNU Radio Boulder/Denver

Food and Wine Talk Radio interview with Carole Kotkin and Simone Diament

Fox 6 Wake Up interview, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Interview on The Current on Canadian Public Radio (CBC)

Interview at Underground Wellness with host Sean Croxton. Underground Wellness video.

Interview : Can a whole wheat diet make you fat? on Fox and Friends, Fox Broadcasting Network (national)

Interview on WOR New York Talk Radio with host Joan Hamburg

Interview on Hank’s Journey podcast

Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb with Jimmy Moore podcast. (Fast forward to 41:20 to skip initial interview.)

Paleo Solution podcast with host Robb Wolf

NBC-TV Milwaukee, Wisconsin Morning Blend

YouTube Introductory Wheat Belly video filmed in New York at publisher, Rodale, Inc., offices

YouTube: Wheat Belly: Whole grain, organic, ciabatta, or Twinkie . . . it’s all the same

YouTube: Wheat is no longer wheat

SuperHuman Radio with Carl Lanore

10 Responses to Interview Videos

  1. Patty says:

    Hi, November 12 will mark my 2 months being on the Wheat Belly program. It’s simple. All I did was give up wheat. No bread, rice or pasta. I didn’t lose the 20-30 pounds as noted in Women’s World but I am now averaging a loss of 1 pound a week. I have lost a total of 14 pounds and today is November 7. I’ll take my measurements on the 12th, but as of the first month, I have lost 3 inches. But it’s not so much the weight, of course I would love to lose 40 pounds, what’s really remarkable is …. I believe I have arthritis in my left pinky finger. The first joint is/was inflamed and my finger was extremely crooked. As of today, there is no redness and my finger is 90% straight. My husband was on medication for arthritis and he quit taking it. It is incredible how it took the pain away. If you haven’t tried it, please try it for one month. I am not approaching the strict side of the program, just no wheat. I have a baked potato 2-3 times a week and just tell the waitress not to bring the bread basket and no croutons on my salad. I do have my cocktails on the weekend and I am still losing. Maybe that’s why it’s so easy, I have removed the wheat and kept the rest. Please give it a try.

  2. I hope this doesn’t offend anyone but rather enlighten them on a Vet who went Wheat/ Corn/Soy & Dairy free and encourages his patrons to do so for themselves AND their pets. If it helps you praise God!
    Maybe him and Dr.Davis could team up and start an “Inflammation Revolution” to stop the pain and 0 gain for all sufferers…

    Weekly Global Distributor Call
    Featuring Dr. John Symes
    December 13, 2011
    John Symes Doctor of Veterinary Medicine is my guest on this Tuesday’s Weekly Global Distributor Call. Dr. Symes graduated with honors from Auburn University’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 1979. He then entered private practice and he’s been active for the past 27 years. He has practiced in Massachusetts, South Carolina, and California and now owns and currently operates a “small animal practice” in Mobile, Alabama.
    In April of 2000, Dr. Symes discovered that he suffered from gluten intolerance which changed his life personally and professionally. Within a month of being gluten-free he was a totally different person. His pain, depression & chronic fatigue, food addictions, insomnia and gastrointestinal distress disappeared. He was quickly transformed from a sickly 45 year old on 5 different prescription medications to a bullet-proof 54 year old who has not taken a prescription drug in over 8 years. Following his remarkable recovery, he plunged into medical research to fully understand how his personal diet decisions and subsequent changes could have a profound effect on his chronic illnesses. As he learned about gluten intolerance and it’s impact on his canine patient population he watched as miracles happened. He now speaks to both veterinary and human medical groups concerning the vital relationship between diet and health and will visit with me this Tuesday about the impact of the omega-3′s and antioxidant in MOXXOR.

    Can’t wait to see you on the call tomorrow night @ 6pm Pacific Daylight Time…and at the TOP!
    6:00pm PST
    Dial in # +1 866 433 3466
    International Dial in # +1 253 214 7301
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    • Dr. Davis says:

      Interesting, Thomas. It’s no surprise that wheat, being a poison to humans, is also to our pets.

      • Boundless says:

        It was some months after our quitting wheat that we noticed that the majority of dry dog foods are also contaminated with this toxin. Switching to wheat-free for our dog resulted in weight loss, reduced shedding, and lowered food intake.
        So when did wheat sneak into pet food, and why? (Rhetorical question – I think we know the answer).
        Our last two cats (some years earlier) both died of complications from diabetes. One was even on insulin. There’s no way to know now what they were eating, but we can guess.
        Over the last quarter century, people have come to expect that diabetes is a routine affliction of human aging; so routine that encountering it in pets hardly raises an eyebrow. It is completely avoidable in both populations.
        All of which is a bit off-topic for this page. I came here looking for a link to an interview apparently conducted yesterday. Are the links above in date order? If not, could dates be added to the descriptive text?

  3. Boundless says:

    So will there be a link for the significant interview to be broadcast on 03 Dec 2012?

  4. Jay J. Krull says:

    Dr. Davis, this should give you a sense of the popularity of your book and how its main thesis has caught the attention of the general public. It has been over 1 year since the release of _Wheat Belly_. The Dayton/Montgomery County, Ohio public library system holds 31 copies. As of right now all copies are checked out, and the number of folks queued to reserve the next available copy sits at 57. For this reason, I’m about to do something I don’t do very often: buy a book before reading it!
    What I’ve gathered as your main idea after watching over 2 hours worth of your presentations could be summed up as follows – Modern wheat grains are an unnatural hybrid that contain substances which are detrimental to our health. In other words, modern wheat contains toxins. Toxins which may be causing the spike in obesity and type 2 diabetes in addition to aggravating a large number of other maladies.
    So it struck me as odd that the producers of the CBC’s _The Current_ radio program selected a nutritionist to present a balancing opposing viewpoint. Her objection seemed centered around the idea that you, in essence, advocate the Atkins diet. She seemed to miss your main idea entirely. She also seemed to miss the fact that you do not expressly forbid all carbohydrates, just nasty ones like sugar and fructose.
    I’m curious: has your argument drawn the attention of any toxicologists or biochemists? Are there other medical researchers out there publicly supporting (or disagreeing) with you?

    • Dr. Davis says:

      Thanks for the library update, Jay!

      Yes, many colleagues have approached me and telling me that they are witnessing the very same things that I have been seeing these past few years: spectacular weight loss, reversal of diabetes, relief from acid reflux, asthma, joint pain, etc. I’ve also discussed these ideas with a couple of biochemists, and a single toxicologist.

  5. Danita White says:

    Is there wheat in vitamins and supplements?

  6. Hi Dr. Davis,

    Is there copies of your book in other lenguages? This is a wolrd wide thing. I need a copy in spanish ASAP! Thanks, I belice and support this cause!

    Cristián Wehrhahn

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