Archive for February, 2016

Kay’s food addictions . . . gone

Kay shared her Wheat Belly experience over her first 4 weeks:

“After over 30 years of battling food addiction and morbid obesity, I had just about given up. You name it, I have tried it, even lap-band surgery which worked temporarily but, of course, did not solve the problem.

“Now, for the first time in my life, I am not struggling with food: I am not craving, obsessing, or even really thinking about food. I’ve been doing Wheat Belly about a month and am down about 20 pounds, but the most striking thing is that my desire to eat compulsively is GONE. I am utterly stunned by this.

Follow Wheat Belly, look fabulous in a bikini

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Bonnie shared her photos and experience living the Wheat Belly lifestyle since late last summer:

“My father and I began your lifestyle program in August, 2015. Since August, I have lost 65 lbs and my father has lost 30 lbs.

“I was also on 9 different medications and, after 2 weeks on your program, I stopped taking all of them and have never been so happy, healthy, and positive. My father who has COPD [chronic obstructive pulmonary disease] can breathe much better now.

Can I eat quinoa?

It’s a frequent question: Can I eat quinoa . . . or beans, or brown rice, or sweet potatoes?

These are, of course, non-wheat sources of carbohydrates. They lack several undesirable components found in wheat, including no:

Gliadin–Degraded to exorphins that exert mind effects and stimulate appetite to the tune of 400 additional calories per day.
Gliadin–Intact, gliadin triggers autoimmune diseases and neurologic impairment.
Amylopectin A–-The highly-digestible “complex” carbohydrate of grains that is no better–-worse, in fact–-than table sugar.

The Post Mardi Gras, Good Grief I Need To Get It Together, Valentine’s Day Blues, Or Something Like That

I’ve sat down to blog several times lately, and I’ve been almost immediately distracted by other things. I wanted to share the details of my food intake during the week of Mardi Gras. In short, I ate a lot of random junk that can barely be considered food. If you follow me on Instagram, then you […]