Originally posted by Dr. Davis on 2015-03-08
on the Wheat Belly Blog,
sourced from and currently found at: Infinite Health Blog.
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The entire family follows Wheat Belly!
Jenna originally shared her photos and experience with the Wheat Belly lifestyle in late 2014.
Picture is May, 2014 vs. September, 2014. I read Wheat Belly in June, completely changed my diet and integrated intense weight training into my regular workouts. Three months wheat-free: down 15 lbs and LOTS of inches. Energy is way up and moods are more stable. My life has changed forever.
Since then, Jenna persuaded her mom and dad to join in. Both are now enjoying the benefits of the Wheat Belly lifestyle.
My mood disorder has improved, mom’s digestive issues are virtually gone and dad has an energy boost that has him on the treadmill five days a week.
While Jenna and her dad incorporated exercise into their routines, exercise is not necessary to obtain the wide spectrum of benefits of the Wheat Belly lifestyle. Yes, exercise is helpful for overall health, including cardiovascular, metabolic, and brain health, but it is not necessary to, for instance, lose weight or obtain relief from acid reflux, joint pain, or migraine headaches.
In other words, the bulk of benefits are obtained just by making this simple shift in diet. The U.S. might go from the fattest and among the most diabetic in the world to the healthiest, least diabetic, highest functioning population in the world, once again shopping in the single-digit dress size aisle.