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Click Here to Download the Book This cookbook companion to the New York Times bestseller Wheat Belly serves up 150 great tasting wheat-free recipes to help readers lose weight and beat disease.Wheat Belly shook the foundations of the diet world when author and renowned cardiologist William Davis revealed that an epidemic of adverse health effects—ranging from minor rashes and high blood sugar to the buildup of stubborn belly fat (so-called "wheat bellies")—could be banished forever with one simple step: Saying goodbye to wheat. The Wheat Belly Cookbook takes readers to the next level with over 150 fresh and delicious wheatless recipes, including Breakfast Quesadillas, Braised Pot Roast with Vegetables, velvety Peanut Butter Pie—and surprising wheat-free hits like Blueberry French Toast, Bruschetta Chicken on Angel Hair, Spaghetti Bolognese and velvety Scones.Additionally, readers will also learn how to: Dodge symptoms of "wheat withdrawal" experienced by about 10 percent of dieters, ensuring a smooth transition to this new healthy eating plan. Set up their wheat-free kitchen, including important prep techniques, shopping lists, and strategies to get the whole family on board.
Reviews Great cookbook with health information, testimonials from users which boost inspiration and motivation to go wheat free. Best of all, the recipes taste great. Try the kick-ass pizza crust, focaccia bread and flaxseed crackers and you'll never go back to the dusty crusty expensive health food store stuff again. I use the kindle version and it works great-really easy to use for reference while cooking. I love this book!!
I just got this book today and I am super psyched to start cooking. The recipes look fabulous and filling. I tried the egg muffin - basically making an omelet in a muffin tin and baking in the oven to have on hand for easy breakfasts. I just started going wheat free and low carb 3 days ago. I also bought his book and am starting reading that too. The reason I have made this decision is because I had the roux-en-y gastric bypass weightloss surgery 10 years ago and am suffering from severe hypoglycemic reactions after eating barely any carbs. More and more information has been coming out about this problem for people who had this surgery. I have read where it has gotten so bad for some people that they have had their pancreas removed or even a feeding tube put in. I want to avoid that and so a willing to let go of my precious warm breads, cookies, and pastas. In 3 days I have noticed a huge difference in my blood sugars where they are so much mores stable. There really is no way I would stick to this eating style unless it really made a huge difference in my life. What excites me about his cookbook is that there are great recipes for bread, cookies, and even a no-macaroni n cheese. So I still get to enjoy the foods I love, just in a newer version. I am not trying this in order to loose weight, but am very hopeful that will be an added bonus. If you are trying out this eating style, get the cookbook. I have looked up recipes online, but his recipes seem to be even better.
Bought this book for my Kindle. My husband and I have been wheat free/low carb for about a month. Among many things that have improved for us are: joint pain, fatigue, brain fog, overall we feel better, dandruff, weight loss around belly. My weight loss has stalled a little and it is talked about that people with thyroid issues that are not being treated completely can have this happen. Overall, I highly recommend this book. It gives detailed explanation as to why wheat should be eliminated and also includes recipes. The recipes use normal, everyday ingredients, except for what is being substituted for the wheat and substitutions for healthier oils. It is a great book to get one started on wheat free living.
I learned of Wheat Belly and Dr. Davis by reading the LA Times "In Case You Missed It" column. So, of course, I went directly to Amazon and downloaded this book to my iPad Kindle app. And started reading. The information
is great. The author might be considered a bit preachy at times, but given what I've read I can understand why. Dr. Davis is passionate about the subject. And sometimes it seems as if I'm re-reading the same information multiple times, but perhaps that's a good thing. It didn't bother me much. Oh, and because of this book I am wheat-free since 02.04.2012! And I intend to remain that way until I exit stage left, if you get my drift. I have purchased the original, non-cookbook but I haven't read it yet. And I haven't made the recipes yet but but they look good, easy to follow, and easy to make.
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