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Amazon reviews for Undoctored


Here’s a sample of the recent Amazon reviews for my book, Undoctored: Why Health Care Has Failed You and How You Can Become Smarter Than Your Doctor.

I am encouraged by the overwhelmingly positive feedback, as we are in a virtual war with Big Pharma, the medical device industry, and the hospital industry, all working around-the-clock to take more money out of your pocket while denying you real health. The powerful and pervasive campaign of misinformation conducted by many people in healthcare is impossible to ignore. Getting the Undoctored message out to the public is more important than ever before.

Early reviews of the new Undoctored book

Some early reviews of Undoctored: Why Health Care Has Failed You and How You Can Be Smarter Than Your Doctor are coming in on Amazon. Here’s a sample:

DH22:
Dr. Davis is hero.

Being an MD, I can tell you that the medical profession has unfortunately become an industry. Of course if you get hit by a bus or shot, you need the medical services but regarding treating chronic disease the medical profession falls way short. It is crucial to take responsibility for one’s own health. In general it is all about the diet. The diet is under your complete control I have been on a ketogenic diet for several years and after all my research, it is the way to go. Limit carbs to no more than 50 gms per day and preferably less than 25. As Dr. Davis states to ditch all the grains and carbs except for high fibrous vegetables.

Reviews of The Wheat Belly Slim Guide

The reviews are coming in for the recently released Wheat Belly Slim Guide.

I wrote this book to help everyone have greater ease and success in making safe choices at the grocery store, restaurants, and elsewhere. I wanted this resource to be portable and have concise listings of such important items as safe natural sweeteners, safe grain-free flours, safe grain-free thickeners for sauces and gravies, carb counting basics, preferred sources for prebiotic fibers, grocery lists, safe alcoholic beverages, some popular recipes, and more—i.e., all Wheat Belly day-to-day information essentials.

Wheat Belly 30-Minute (or Less!) Cookbook reviews

Wheat Belly 30-Minute Cookbook cover

After its release just a week ago, the new Wheat Belly 30-Minute (or Less!) Cookbook is receiving rave reviews from readers. Here is a sample:


From a Kindle customer:
Quick, Easy and Healthy Recipes

The cookbook is true to it’s word and the recipes take less than 30 minutes. The don’t have too many ingredients and are not only wheat free but are low in carbs. The photo sections offers a lovely presentation of many of the recipes. I especially liked the recipes for the all purpose baking mix and the many sauces. There are 200 recipes including entire menus for special occasions. Because the recipes are short and simple, it will definitely help me stick to my wheat free lifestyle. With this cookbook cravings can be easily satisfied without turning to wheat.