This is a summary of various information resources that the Undoctored
member needs to be aware of, and my impression of how they fit
together. All of this represents my personal opinions, and none
speak officially for Dr. Davis, Undoctored®, Cureality or
Undoctored Inner Circle members are also
automatically members of Cureality members, and vice-versa.
Views are different depending on how you got here, and may
change as links are followed.
Undoctored Inner Circle (UIC): Start Here
Often, people enroll here with no formal reference information, or only
with vintage information (material prior to 2014). Use the site
series of videos (with transcripts) to get a foothold.
Two very useful references available on this main banner link are:
Inner Circle Program Reference
which provides a program and site overview, and
Undoctored Inner Circle 42-Day Meal Plan
which links to various meal resources, including a
The Undoctored Book (2017-05)
book is the cornerstone of the new program, and supersedes all
Wheat Belly Total Health,
Cureality and Track Your Plaque content. If you’re going
to buy a companion book for UIC, Undoctored is it.
People often enroll to address specific ailments. 80% of chronic,
non-infectious, non-injury ailments were originally optional.
A key message of this program is that the core program
usually slows, often arrests, and can make these ailments reverse.
Focus on specific aspects of these ailments may not be needed.
Do the core program and see what happens.
For specific health issues, the top resources are:
the Videos Library,
the Protocols Library (fly-out menu on main banner), and
the Advanced Topics library (fly-out menu on main banner).
The Videos Library is a superset of these 3 libraries. It has a
local Video Title & Keyword Search function
that is very effective. All of the videos shorter than about 12 minutes
have transcripts and extensive keyword metadata. So use the search
to find what interests you.
You Are a Cureality Member Too
Undoctored Inner Circle is an evolution of the Cureality site (2014-2017),
which itself was an evolution of the original Track Your Plaque site (2006-2014).
The Cureality site still has one often useful tool not yet ported to UIC,
the Dashboard, where you can enter and track key health markers.
You can also flag them as
which is helpful for preventing redundant basic questions when
seeking insight from the forum. Use of the Dashboard is covered in
the Cureality Quick Start Guide.
The Wheat Belly Books (2011-2017)
Dr. Davis has an article on the Wheat Belly Blog that covers these:
How to use the Wheat Belly books
That article doesn’t cover the recent Wheat
Belly Slim Guide.
The WB books span from the original Wheat Belly (2011) to
Wheat Belly Slim Guide (2017). Where a WB book is newer
than Cureality or Track Your Plaque content,
the newer information prevails.
Track Your Plaque
Cureality was formerly Track Your Plaque,
which had a very specific CVD
focus. The pages for that site
were still being served until 2017. They now
redirect to Cureality or UIC.
Cureality has some documents preserved from that era, found
further down on the Library page.
Those of most interest might be:
Track Your Plaque book, 2nd edition (2011, PDF, 245 pages), and
in TYP Program Guides:
Your Plaque Program Guide (2012, PDF, 272 pages)
These documents appear to contain a few topics not covered
in later documents, and are presumably considered valid
for those. But they also contain a lot of guidance (esp. diet,
some lab markers, and some supplements)
which have been substantially revised in subsequent Cureality,
Wheat Belly and Undoctored materials. Where the later material
differs, I take it to be the current authority.