Tom Naughton, filmmaker of the brilliant and hugely entertaining movie, Fat Head, and author of the book Fat Head Kids, is now back with the movie version of his book: Fat Head Kids. Tom’s special gift is to make science and nutrition fun and interesting, the story told with cartoon characters (all drawn by Tom’s … Read moreTom Naughton’s Fat Head Kids movie now available!
Join us for a glorious week at sea with elegant tropical ports, incredible food compatible with our lifestyle, and plenty of discussions and workshops on the Wheat Belly and Undoctored lifestyles. In addition to two educational paths to choose from, this year we host new lessons such as our L. reuteri yogurt-making demonstration in which … Read moreSign up for the Wheat Belly/Undoctored Caribbean Cruise!
This post was originally published on this site With the latest Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge that begins Wednesday, December 5th, we are introducing a new way to help you succeed on the program that we call “Day 11 and Beyond.” Thousands of people have succeeded in losing weight, reversing numerous health issues, and getting … Read moreWheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox: Day 11 and Beyond
Not only did Tammy turn the clock back on aging and appearance by at least 20 years, she also lost 70+ pounds, reversed decades of rheumatoid arthritis, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and gastroesophageal reflux. “My doctor had me start following Wheat Belly in January. I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis 24 yrs ago and ran … Read moreTammy turns the clock back 20+ years living the Wheat Belly lifestyle
We’ve seen it over and over again: Embark on the Wheat Belly lifestyle, particularly our complete program, as detailed in the Wheat Belly Total Health, Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox, and Undoctored books, and high blood pressure (BP) plummets sufficient to allow people to get off one, two, three, even four blood pressure medications. The … Read moreWhy does the Wheat Belly lifestyle reduce blood pressure so effectively?
Put it off no longer: We are planning our next Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge that starts on Wednesday, December 5th. This is your opportunity to seize control over health and weight, maybe even turn the clock back 10 or 20 years, look and feel better, be freed of numerous, if not all, prescription … Read moreThe next Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge begins Wed December 5th!
How many ways can we modify, twist, bake, sprout, compress, ferment, or add things to wheat . . . and make it not wheat or make it harmless, maybe even healthy? Can we somehow subject wheat flour to lactic acid fermentation, for instance, to make sourdough bread and disable the lectins in wheat that provoke … Read moreThis pig loves lipstick
April followed conventional dietary advice to limit fat and calories that resulted in relentless weight gain and deteriorated health. Following the Wheat Belly lifestyle starting with the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox, April is now slender, healthy, and shopping in the small section of clothing stores. April is now an administrator on our private Facebook … Read moreWheat Belly Success: April
This post was originally published on this site Chocolate for Adults Only! I call this Chocolate For Adults Only because it is certain to leave young, sugar-craving palates unsatisfied. But rest assured, it is appropriate for the most serious chocolate craving! This is a way to obtain the rich flavors and textures of cocoa, the … Read moreChocolate For Adults Only
This post was originally published on this site I have been discussing the varied and fascinating effects of the probiotic microorganism, Lactobacillus reuteri, specifically strains ATCC PTA 6475 and DSM 17938, that provoke release of the hormone, oxytocin, from the hypothalamus. Among the effects experienced by people who consume our L. reuteri yogurt is a dramatic … Read moreFood or Sex?
In the world of probiotics, i.e., microorganisms that provide benefit to their host such as us, there is something called strain specificity. I know that this sounds like dull, confusing jargon, but stick with me, as this is going to be among the most important emerging issues in overall health. To illustrate, let’s take the … Read moreWhat a difference strain can make
Lactobacillus reuteri is an endlessly fascinating microorganism that can inhabit the human intestinal tract. This is the bacterial species we have been cultivating in our L. reuteri yogurt using the two strains, ATCC PTA 6475 and DSM 17938, that boost hypothalamic release of oxytocin and thereby smooths skin wrinkles, accelerates healing, turns off appetite, builds … Read moreObesity, diabetes, SIBO . . . and hate?
It’s peculiar but instructive: phenomena triggered by re-exposure after being confidently wheat- and grain-free. The re-exposure can be intentional, as in “Just one can’t hurt!” or it can be inadvertent, as in “That gravy looks safe.” Typically, someone will be wheat/grain-free for at least a week. Re-exposure from, say, salad dressing or seasoning mix then triggers … Read moreDeja ewww!
S0me people find the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox challenging. Not only does it require you to purge your kitchen of (or at least avoid) many common staples, restock with healthier replacements, learn some new ways to prepare foods, but many also endure an unpleasant opioid withdrawal/detoxification process with fatigue, headache, muscle aches, nausea, and … Read moreHow to use the Wheat Belly books during the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge
One of the most potentially harmful aspects of genetically-modified crops, or GMOs, are that such crops are often engineered to be resistant to specific herbicides or pesticides. A farmer therefore can spray an herbicide to kill weeds, while the GM crop plant survives. But it means that the plant now has herbicide residues in it. … Read moreTo help restore healthy bowel flora, eat no GMOs
Take a look at the list of medications people have been able to stop by following the Wheat Belly lifestyle. These represent medications prescribed by doctors to, in effect, “treat” the consequences of consuming wheat and grains. They prescribe drugs to treat inflammation, swelling, skin rashes, gastrointestinal irritation, high blood sugars, airway allergy, joint pain, … Read moreLive the Wheat Belly lifestyle, get off prescription medications
With all our talk of opiate withdrawal syndromes accompanied by nausea, headache, fatigue, and depression, it can be daunting, even terrifying, to people who face the prospect of tossing all wheat and grains into the trash bin, vowing to never let a Danish, donut, or dish of pasta cross your lips again. So it may … Read moreThe Wheat Belly Timeline: The First Few Weeks
Something happened to wheat in the 1970s during the efforts to generate a high-yield strain that required less fertilizer to make an 18- 24-inch, rather than a 48-inch, stalk. Multiple other changes occurred, including changes in the structure of wheat germ agglutinin, changes in alpha amylase (responsible for wheat allergy), increased phytate content . … Read moreWhistleblowers Wanted
We are planning our next Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge that starts on Wednesday, November 7th. And this Detox Challenge will be bigger and better than ever before. In addition to our Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Private Facebook page that provides videos, success stories, and plenty of feedback and answers to your questions, … Read moreComing Wed Nov 7th: A bigger and better Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge!
It’s so easy, anyone can do it! Becoming a type 2 diabetic and proudly having to finger stick your way to blood sugar control is patriotic, as it builds revenues for Big Pharma and the healthcare industry. What better way to support your country than to help successful industries grow larger, increase shareholder value, and … Read moreHow to become a diabetic
Amanda began the process overweight, depressed, struggling with energy, muscle and joint pains, pre-diabetic, hypertensive, and with polycystic ovary syndrome, reliant on numerous medications even in her 20s and early 30s. As you can see now, after starting with the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox, she is now slender and free of ALL her health … Read moreAmanda’s spectacular Wheat Belly success
What do measles, tuberculosis, and grains have in common? For that matter, what do anthrax, influenza, and brucellosis also share in common with grains? All the conditions listed are examples of zoonoses, i.e., diseases contracted by humans from animals. When humans first invited domesticated grazing creatures–cows, sheep, goats–into our huts, adobe homes, or caves, often … Read moreWhat Do Measles, Tuberculosis, and Grains Have in Common?
There’s an argument that has been batted around in online conversations, one that I thought that, because it was so patently absurd and so readily disproven, it would simply disappear into the blogosphere . . . but it hasn’t. So let’s talk about this idea. The idea goes like this: Because glyphosate is liberally applied … Read moreIs glyphosate the REAL problem in wheat?
In the seven years since the original Wheat Belly book hit bookstores and turned the nutritional world topsy-turvy and millions of people have engaged in a grain-free lifestyle, many unique lessons have been learned. Even though I had engaged the practices of this lifestyle for a number of years and in thousands of people before … Read moreUnexpected Lessons Learned From the Wheat Belly Lifestyle
Those of you following these Wheat Belly and Undoctored Blog posts know that it is no secret that Big Pharma is a predatory, manipulative, cutthroat industry that employs underhanded and unethical tactics as routine business. Part of their huge economic success is that they are so effective in getting my colleagues, mainstream physicians, to drink … Read moreWhat Big Pharma does NOT want you to know about LDL cholesterol
Zein is a protein in corn (“maize” outside the U.S.) that, if held side-by-side against the gliadin protein of wheat, rye, or barley, overlaps substantially in structure (i.e., amino acid sequence). In other words, the zein protein of corn resembles the gliadin protein of other grains—not identical but with overlapping similarities in structure. This should … Read moreLet me introduce you to zein
Sesame seeds actually make a very nice grain-free flour. Look for white or yellow seeds, not the dark or black, as less sesame flavor shows through (nor will the end-product be dark or black). Grind them in your food chopper, food processor, or coffee grinder until reduced to flour. (Stop when a flour-like consistency is … Read moreSesame Seed Flour
We are planning our next Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge that starts on Wednesday, October 10th. And this Detox Challenge will be bigger and better than ever before. In addition to our Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Private Facebook page that provides videos, success stories, and plenty of feedback and answers to your questions, … Read moreComing Wed Oct 12th: A Bigger and Better Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge!
This post was originally published on this site There are a number of explanations for poops that float, some benign, some not. If you talk to your doctor or explore online discussions about this, you will encounter talk of malabsorption (i.e., inadequate digestive breakdown of various components of diet), pancreatic insufficiency (e.g., inadequate production of … Read moreDoes your poop float?
Melatonin should be the first nutritional supplement choice for restoring sleep patterns. Melatonin is not a sleeping pill, as it does not share the characteristics of prescription sleeping pills: It does not adversely modify sleep patterns, it does not become habit-forming, and there is no withdrawal process when stopped. It simply “resets” your circadian clock … Read moreThe Best Natural Sleep Aides