Archive for February, 2014

Proven Advice For Safe And Effective Weight Loss

People who are overweight are affected in both physical, mental and emotional ways. If you are one of the millions affected by this, it is time for you to make a change. The following paragraphs contain nuggets of advice that will get you started on your weight loss journey.

In order to lose weight, you should consume a balanced diet. You need the appropriate amounts and types of fat in your diet to protect your health. Fat also slows your body’s ability to digest food, which can lead to excess weight. Therefore, try to curb the amount of fats you eat throughout the day.

Wheat Withdrawal Zinger

Wheat Belly withdrawal smoothieHere’s a smoothie that contains many of the ingredients helpful to get you through the process of wheat withdrawal, the unpleasant withdrawal process from the gliadin-derived opiates in wheat.

Once you remove the health disruptive effects of wheat, there are efforts necessary to regain full health. This will be a topic that I will discuss in a number of Wheat Belly Blog posts in coming months (as well as provide topics for another Wheat Belly book to be released September, 2014). We begin with this Wheat Withdrawal Zinger, a smoothie packed with nutrition that corrects some common nutrient deficiencies of former wheat-eaters and begins the process of restoring healthy bowel flora.

Wheat Watch: Pam Baking

Wheat Belly Facebook follower, Stella, found this unexpected source of wheat: Pam Baking.

There are a number of different Pam products which do not contain wheat. But Pam Baking does.
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Personally, I simply spread coconut oil on my pans to prevent sticking or use a coconut oil spray, given the superior qualities of this oil for baking. But, whatever you do, don’t let the Pam Baking product provide a source of unexpected exposure.

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Friend Makin’ Mondays: Changes

One thing that I love about blogging is the community of people who come together as a result of it, and Friend Makin’ Mondays is an incredible example of that.


I’ve hosted it for years, but lately I’ve been off the blog scene.  I have been “distracted” by the events of my life – school, relationships, church, etc., and my blog has “suffered” for it.