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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.

Trying To Lose Weight? Follow This Advice!

Weight is a problem that has festered to the mind of nearly everyone. Most people do not understand all the different ways that they can lose weight. This article is packed full of fantastic tips and methods through which you can begin to lose weight. Begin today and you will feel healthier tomorrow.

A great way to lose some weight is to watch portion sizes. Typical portion sizes served at restaurants are much larger that most bodies need. We are used to the big sizes and therefore, tend to eat more. When eating out, try to be aware of how much food you really need and only eat that much.

Tips On The Right Diets To Follow

Weight loss is a very common goal. Many people are successful with weight loss. You can see them strutting their stuff at the pool or beach. Other people are less fortunate as they don’t commit and never see results. If you tend to be one to give you, you will find the following article to be of great help.

Cut stress down in your life. Stress can easily lead to bad eating choices being made. Goals are easier to reach when you are less stressed and more happy.

Why NOT follow the Wheat Belly approach?

A frequently asked question around this neighborhood: “I (or my friend/husband/wife/cousin etc.) have ______________ (insert condition). Can wheat elimination help me?”

We know for certain that a wide range of human health conditions recede or disappear with wheat elimination, from autoimmune diseases, to common skin rashes like eczema and seborrhea, to metabolic disorders like type 2 diabetes and obesity. We know this from published clinical data, confirmed with the overwhelming cumulative experience generated through the Wheat Belly experience.