Archive for September, 2015

The Wheat Belly one-day parade

By following the Wheat Belly lifestyle, people reverse a constellation of abnormal health phenomena such as insulin resistance, inflammation, gastrointestinal irritation, mind effects, and dysbiosis. I stress this over and over again because many people view the Wheat Belly lifestyle as just a weight loss program. It is, of course, a program for health–a pretty darned powerful program that outdoes anything–yes, anything–else you do in life for your health.

But weight loss on this lifestyle can indeed be quite impressive. Here are some of the photos shared in the course of just one day, Sunday, September, 27, 2015, by people living the Wheat Belly lifestyle:

Friday, September 25, 2015: Guelph Storm Home Opener

We all had a great time at the Guelph Storm home opener, although the Storm lost 0-3 versus the Oshawa Generals. We had amazing seats behind the goal. I had instant regret at breakfast today, especially when I learn how many calories there are in a Pumpkin scone from Starucks. I also had a Grande […]

Who Ate My Blog?

Cataracts, Wrinkles, and Dowager’s Humps: Wheat and the Aging Process

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Remember Sherri (photo above)? She shared her before and after Wheat Belly photos with us a few months ago, a striking example of the age-reversing effects of this lifestyle. (More on Sherri’s story can be found here.)

Follow the many conversations here in Wheat Belly land, and you will take notice of how often people look younger following this lifestyle. Turning the clock back 10, even 20, years is common. So I thought it would be relevant to bring back a conversation I provided in the original Wheat Belly book, a discussion of aging, why it happens, and what can be done about it.

Ask the Questions, and I’ll Give the Answers When I’m Ready

Over the last several months I’ve been asked why I blog and why I share my life so openly through social media, and I’ve been reflecting on those questions and my answers. First, I think it’s important to note that I don’t say nearly as much as I used to online. I’ve been writing here for nearly […]