Read Wheat Belly Total Health: The Ultimate Grain-Free Health and Weight-Loss Life Plan Online Free - Wheat Belly Total Health answers the question, “What's next in the battle against wheat?” In his follow-up to the mega bestseller, Wheat Belly, Dr. Davis helps his readers take command over their life and health in the aftermath of wheat. There are many strategies that will help heal the damage caused by years of a wheat-filled diet. And many of these lessons have been learned in the years since the original Wheat Belly was released, lessons played out on the broad public stage of over one million readers, all participating in this grand adventure.
Reordering your life after wheat is about learning how to regain full metabolic, gastrointestinal, thyroid, cardiovascular, hormonal, sleep, neurological, bone, and joint health. Understanding the strategies and putting them to use can take health several steps higher, even if the reader has already had a major health success without wheat. In addition to achieving better health in many different areas, life performance also improves in virtually all settings. In the life after wheat, you’ll feel unrestrained, unimpaired, and unstoppable!
|Title||:||Wheat Belly Total Health: The Ultimate Grain-Free Health and Weight-Loss Life Plan|
|Number of Pages||:||416 pages|
November 28, 2014
I think I enjoyed this book more than the first Wheat Belly. The first book covered a lot of ground in explaining why wheat is harmful for human health, due to our stomach's inability to properly digest grasses. This book in comparison, starts with the assumption that the reader already knows of...
January 16, 2015
So, it's no longer wheat, barley and rye . . . corn and rice have been added to the list of foods to avoid; which will make baking more difficult for me, especially since I use three different kinds of rice flour.
However, since I feel so much better sans grain, the adjustment is well worth the he...
April 22, 2015
I have to return this to the library - it's on hold by someone else. Managed to read about 1/3rd. I'm interested in the subject, but a little skeptical when it comes to any diet which excludes an entire food group forever (and this one excludes two large ones). I also wonder about the repeated st...
June 16, 2015
Since my endocrinologist recommended I ditch gluten (soy and dairy too) I thought I'd find out more about how gluten affects thyroid dysfunction. In order for the bulk of the book to make sense, one must first believe his thesis statement that humans aren't evolved to be grain eaters (eg: we're n...
January 25, 2015
I read the book with a skeptical eye. Davis uses global arguments to support specific conclusions--a logic error. He also uses fear of big government, agribusiness to support need and compel change. If you don't buy into that, you're probably not going to buy the anti-grain argument which is the...
June 05, 2017
This book is super redundant. The same thing is said chapter after chapter. Also I am not a fan of blaming every single malady with wheat. And I have a PhD in nutritional neuroscience...
May 26, 2015
This was a good book. It goes into more details beyond just not eating grains. It tells you how to have total health. It tells you how to heal your body after the grains are gone, and why you may still have some problems. He tells you how to correct the problems and gives some recipes for correct...
October 18, 2014
What a great book! Very convincing about the negatives about eating anything grown from grasses, i.e. wheat, barley, corn, etc., and the health conditions that can be improved by changing your eating habits. Lots of research to back up the author's claims. Anyone interested in losing weight or im...
December 16, 2014
Some books tell you not to eat this or not to eat that but do provide valid information to back up why you should apply what you are reading. I wish I had read this book years ago! This book reinforces what my doctor has me doing and confirms the things I have experienced. Amazing!
May 19, 2016
After reading this book, Grain Brain and the Whole 30 I notice a big difference in my health.