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Some things you might not know about corn.

Corn (also known as maize) is among the oldest of cultivated grains, dating back 10,000 years to pre-Mayan times in South America, but corn didn’t make it onto European menus until 1493, when Christopher Columbus brought seeds to Spain. Corn was rapidly embraced, largely replacing barley and millet due to its spectacular yield per acre.

Some impressive Wheat Belly before/afters

I recently asked the Wheat Belly Facebook audience to provide some before/after photos. Some pretty astounding photos and stories resulted that highlight the inflammation-reversing, age-reversing transformations in appearance with this lifestyle, even more than accounted for by weight loss alone. Here’s a sample.

If you’d like to share your before/after photos or experiences, the best place is on the Facebook page.

Rexene
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Week #46: Lost – 3.2 lbs
Total lost: 91.8 lbs!!!

Forty days to make my goal of 100 lbs off in one year… living grain- and sugar-free! (Braving posting first photos! After-photo taken at 88.6 lbs lost.)

Lose the Grains, Save Some Green: An excerpt from Wheat Belly Total Health

Here’s an excerpt from the new Wheat Belly Total Health book to be released September 16, 2014.

What’s there left to say after the original Wheat Belly knocked the socks off the dietary community with its upsetting revelations? Plenty! Remove this dietary poison, made worse by the shenanigans of agribusiness, and full health does not return right away–more needs to be done. The conversations in Wheat Belly Total Health show you how to take the reins and regain health as fully as possible, even if your health struggles include conditions such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, or failed weight loss.

Lose the Grains, Save Some Green: An excerpt from Wheat Belly Total Health

Here’s an excerpt from the new Wheat Belly Total Health book to be released September 16, 2014.

What’s there left to say after the original Wheat Belly knocked the socks off the dietary community with its upsetting revelations? Plenty! Remove this dietary poison, made worse by the shenanigans of agribusiness, and full health does not return right away–more needs to be done. The conversations in Wheat Belly Total Health show you how to take the reins and regain health as fully as possible, even if your health struggles include conditions such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, or failed weight loss.