Speaking Engagements

A lecture from the Evening Lecture Series at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, Ocala, Florida, November, 2012.

Part 1 of a presentation at Dominican High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in January, 2012 to benefit the Dominican High School Athletic Fund. Part 2.

83 Responses to Speaking Engagements

  1. Dr Davis,
    I have been mesmerized by the book. Being a lifetime member of Weight Watcher since the age of 21 (now 58), I am amazed at how I feel and the weight lost. I have also suffered from severe scoliosis all of my life – I have been on prescription Naproxen for since 1987. Since I eliminated the wheat I have not taken any meds, I’ve lost my sweet & salty cravings that often consumed me. Now with spring in the air – I have not had the sneezing and itchy eyes that I’ve suffered with in the past. I am also breast cancer survivor – so the cancer linkage is interesting as well…
    I am a believer…I started this research project in hopes that I could migrate my husband who has the metabolic syndrome going on. He is a mindless snacker and I am trying to find alternatives for him. I am going to have blood work done next month to see if I need to be put on cholesterol medicine & I am hoping this experiment will show not. I feel the best I have in years.
    I was also amazed at the weight loss-basically a 1lb a day – better than what I experienced with Weight Watchers. I don’t know if it is my mindset –but I thought the switch was not a challenge at all.

    • Dr. Davis says:

      Excellent, Carol!

      I love your comparison to your prior Weight Watcher’s experience. I’d like to re-post as a Wheat Belly Blog post!

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