Michelle shared her Wheat Belly transformation in health and weight, something that none of her doctors helped accomplish. She accomplished all this on her own–with spectacular results: thinner, no longer a diabetic, reversed fatty liver, rashes, and hormonal distortions.
“Just wanted to share how unhealthy I was pre-Wheat Belly. I did not feel well and had diabetes, high liver enzymes, high cholesterol including high triglycerides, high ferritin levels, rashes and too many other things to mention.
“I started Wheat Belly because my life depended on it. Don’t let your health get that far. I have been on this lifestyle since the end of November, 2017. I still have 34 lbs to go, I could even go 50 lbs lower. But in 6 months, my cholesterol is normal, my A1C went from 9.1 (diabetic) to 5.1. My ferritin level went from a whopping 1538 to normal. (Nope, I don’t have the genetic disorder that causes this.) I was just sooo unhealthy.
“My liver enzymes, ALT and AST, went from the 200’s (non-alcoholic fatty liver which can eventually lead to cirrhosis that is not reversible) to normal. Rashes went away. I can tell that my high estrogen levels (caused by grains and other stuff in food and environment and caused me to have a hysterectomy because of estrogen dominance and because they couldn’t rule out uterine cancer) has gone down. Gosh, I may have been able to dodge that had I gotten on this WOE sooner! Even the hormones they gave me didn’t help. They only gave me severe panic attacks.
“Just think: All I had to do was change my diet. But no doctor told me that.
“All these things went normal in 3 month, but those numbers are where I am at in 6 months. I am 48 lbs down. NOW OFF ALL MEDS and considered non-diabetic.”
Is Wheat Belly about shrinking from XXL to size 4? Yes, it is, but it is SO much more than that, as Michelle’s experience illustrates. It is about reversing type 2 diabetes, fatty liver, skin rashes, hormonal distortions, and many other health conditions, not with prescription drugs, but by correcting the factors that caused these conditions in the first place.
ALL of Michelle’s conditions were easily and readily reversible, yet not one doctor recognized this. Michelle’s experience is not the exception; it’s the rule. I wouldn’t be surprised, in fact, if doctors blamed Michelle herself for her conditions, accusing her of gluttony, excess, immoderation. But the cause was conventional dietary advice coupled with medical ignorance.
The good news: Once you recognize that the doctor is useless, the healthcare system and prescription drugs offer nothing but Band-Aids, but that the answer is in your own hands, then you can be on your way to finding solutions. And look at the magnificent results. This is why I often say that the health that emerges from your own efforts is superior to the “health” the doctor achieves.