Recent Press Releases

Cover story on Womans World:

Video review by Dr. Steve Sisskind of Real Dose Nutrition

5 Questions: Diet advice that goes against the grain interview in LA Times Health

What’s Your Wheat Problem? in Time

Toast was toast, or how Wheat Belly and its author changed my diet by Jane MacDougall in the National Post

New York Times Fashion and Style: Uncommon Advice for Seeking a Fresh Start

Easy Eats Magazine article

Comment on Los Angeles Post

Review on Everyday Health

Interview on Lifetime Weight Loss With Tom Nikkola

Grain of truth in wheat-free diet: I lost four stone in the Independent

She Knows review: Wheat Belly: Your bagel is making you fat

Better Brain Better Health review by Paddy Kamen

Best of You Today interview

YouBeauty interview/article with Jolene Hart

Fab Over Fifty report

NY Post report: Grains of Truth? Doctor says whole wheat packs on belly fat and has a whole lot in common with opiate drugs

The News Tribune: Eight reasons wheat is making you gain: Doctor says whole wheat packs on belly fat and has a lot in common with opiate drugs

Wheat’s Under Heat at

Beauty is Wellness: A Skin-Friendly Version of the Classic Choco-Chip Cookie

Dr. Kate Rhéaume-Bleue of Health Factors comment on Wheat Belly

Chicago Tribune, Oct 2011. Against the grain: ‘Wheat Belly’ author claims genetically modified staple is destructive to the body by Monica Eng.

Review on The Daily Burn.

News in Reliance on ‘new’ wheat threatens all Americans

Review in New Book Says Wheat – Not Sugar – to Blame for Modern Health Woes.

Review by Diane Sanfilippo of Balanced Bites

Review on Gluten-free For Good

Review by Dr. Michael Eades, Author of Protein Power and The Six-Week Cure for the Middle Age Middle

The Atlantic interview: Your Addiction to Wheat Products is Making You Fat and Unhealthy

Health Goes Strong interview

Underground Health review

Macleans Magazine (largest circulation magazine in Canada) Wheat Belly interview

News and interview on WOR New York Talk Radio with host Joan Hamburg

ABC Health article

Women’s Health: Why a wheat-free diet could help you lose weight–and help improve your health

Review by Kelly the Kitchen Kop
Part 2 of Kelly the Kitchen Kop’s review

Interview with Tom Naughton, filmmaker of movie, Fat Head, comedian, and all-around character. Part 2 of the interview.

Audio review by bestselling author, Dana Carpender, author of 1001 Low Carb Recipes and many others, on her Dana’s Low Carb for Life show

How wheat wrecks your health and physique interview by Jeff O’Connell, Editor-in-Chief at and author of book, Sugar Nation

Review by author, Carrie Vitt, of Deliciously Organic

Low Carb Age review by Frank Hagan

Newsweek Book Nook review

Book review by Dana Carpender, bestselling author of many low-carb cookbooks, including 500 Low-Carb Recipes, and gracious, clever hostess of the website and its blog, Hold the Toast.

Hank’s Journey podcast on Hank’s Journey: How I went from fat to fit.

Life Extension Magazine, October 2011. Wheat: The Unhealthy Grain. An excerpt from Wheat Belly. (Links to come in future.)

Jimmy Moore’s Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb podcast interview on

Hank Garner’s Low Carb Journey podcast interview on

Book review by Tom Naughton, “edutainer,” comedian, and filmmaker of movie Fat Head.

Glamour Health and Fitness book review and blog

Woman’s World front page article: MD’s Discovery: Lose 30 Pounds in 30 Days! Talk of the Gluten-Free Nation

9 Responses to Recent Press Releases

  1. Janet says:

    The Monica Eng Tribune article was re-printed in Raleigh, NC News & Observer Nov 1st.

  2. riri says:

    Dr Davis is a God send! there are no other words to describe him-i believe he was put on this earth to improve and extend hundreds of thousands of lives as he has already done and through his speaking out about the wheat industry and through his book he will continue to do so for years and years to come. Kudos to you Dr Davis! i have personally recommended your book to anyone and everyone who is interested in improving their health and reaching their weight loss goals as well as to anyone who continues to eat a bagel or muffin every morning for breakfast. Having great health is the greatest wealth there is and worth more than gold! your book has forever changed my life.
    Thank You!!

  3. Tim Devlin says:

    Dr. Davis – A show by Ken Burns ‘The Dust Bowl’ has just showed children playing in the wheat and trying to see how high the wheat would grow. The wheat was at least 4 to 5 feet high. 1930′s is the time. How things have changed? FYI

    • Dr. Davis says:

      Well, now the shortest kid would tower above the wheat!

      Yes, indeed: Things have changed. The wheat has changed, in particular, though even our own USDA, the agency closest to the products of agribusiness, argue–incredibly–that Americans are overweight and diabetic because of their own weaknesses, sloth, laziness, and gluttony!

  4. Boundless says:

    Some early post-Oz fallout:
    “Some swear by benefits of wheat-free ‘Wheat Belly’ diet”

    Not even a hint of skepticism. One wonders if the reporter has given a try to ditching wheat.

  5. Boundless says:

    And a college student newspaper chimes in …
    The underrated dangers of wheat

  6. Boundless says:

    Confused article and rigged poll at:

    You need to have sold your soul to Facebook in order to post a comment there, however.

  7. Boundless says:
    A typical takes-no-real-position survey of the GF phenomenon, with this one interesting data point:

    25: Percentage of population thought to have reduced or eliminated wheat after publication of Wheat Belly”

  8. Manuela says:

    Hi Dr.Davis
    I am from Brazil and I bought your book and I started to cook their recipes, I realy like and my family. We are seeing a good results in our lives.
    I have a doubt, in some recipes for example cookies doesn’t get crispy, why?

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