Join us on the next Wheat Belly/Undoctored Cruise!

Join us on the next annual Wheat Belly Cruise to the Caribbean! Dr. Davis will be there and will share his knowledge, including the many lessons learned over the six years since the Wheat Belly books changed the entire landscape of diet and health. And, on this cruise , we add the perspectives of the Undoctored message that expands personal health to include the use of new health tracking devices, apps, and easy-to-apply insights that achieve even higher levels of personal health.

The Wheat Belly Cruise sets sail December 2-9, 2017 and will include:

Nima testing for cross-contamination: “Gluten-free” is not always gluten-free

When a restaurant labels a dish “gluten-free,” can you count on that being true?

Sometimes you can. If they have a segregated area of the kitchen with separate cooking utensils, separate preparation and cooking surfaces, as well as ingredients that are gluten-free, then you can have pretty good confidence that the dish you order is safe. But if there is no such segregation you can never be entirely certain even if the food is not breaded, does not contain breadcrumbs, or is not served on wheat or rye bread. For some people, this can be a real problem.

Could You Have a Collagen Deficiency?

The awful low-fat dietary advice of the last 40 years is responsible for several epidemics of health problems, including major contributions to overweight/obesity and type 2 diabetes.

It also caused reduction in dietary intake of collagen that accelerates skin aging/wrinkles and joint deterioration/arthritis due to low collagen intake. Correcting this deficiency improves skin health and appearance while also reducing joint pain and rebuilding cartilage.

You can correct this situation by making some modest changes in your diet and adding either gelatin or collagen hydrolysates.

Telltale Signs of Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth

Here are the telltale signs that suggest you may have this common problem of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, or SIBO.

If uncorrected, SIBO can be responsible for persistent gastrointestinal struggles, increased risk for colon cancer, skin rashes, autoimmune inflammation, higher blood sugars, diarrhea, IBS, and a host of other health problems.

Recognize these signs and you can decide whether you need to pursue the question of SIBO for your full recovery of health.

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