Archive for March, 2014

And Then I Remembered…Life is Awesome…

I was looking for something specific on Facebook this morning, and I came across the first status that I ever posted (circa 2008,) and it simply said, “So. Freaking. Thankful.”

I’ve been in a pretty dark place over the last few weeks, but I woke up happy again this morning.  I smiled all day.  I felt so much joy that had felt missing for far too long.  Three weeks is a long time to be miserable when you’re usually a happy-go-lucky lady!

Wheat Belly success stories keep on pouring in!

In my public talks, I point out that the enormous success of the Wheat Belly message has little to do with me, but succeeds because 1) it works, and 2) people share their extravagant successes nowadays via social media and word spreads like wild fire. That’s what has caused the Wheat Belly message to turn the nutritional world topsy-turvy, upsetting dietitians accustomed to talking about “healthy whole grains,” and terrorized people in the grain and milling industries.

Reach Your Weight Loss Goals With These Simple Tips

If permanent weight loss is your goal, your key to success is not a diet. Instead, you need to focus on several little things that you can easily do every day. The following tips focus on the two cardinal rules of weight loss: eat fewer calories and burn more calories. Follow them, and your weight will go down.

It is important to reduce your sodium intake if you are trying to lose weight. Most people are aware of the impact salt has on high blood pressure, but it can also make weight loss more difficult too. Excess sodium can cause your body to retain water or become dehydrated.

Wheat Belly in Woman’s World

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Woman’s World, Man’s World, Child’s World . . . if you remove something that was changed using peculiar, often extreme and bizarre ways, by geneticists, well, it’s EVERYBODY’s World!

Wheat Belly did little more than pull back the curtain on this “wizard” promising all sorts of magic through “healthy whole grains,” which are nothing of the sort.

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