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Posted: 3/31/2015 12:00:00 PM

Originally posted by Dr. Davis on 2015-03-31
on the Wheat Belly Blog, sourced from and currently found at: Infinite Health Blog.
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Terri down 85 pounds . . . and looks different!

Terri before & after

Terri shared her photos, once again revealing the impressive changes in appearance that result with eating no wheat or grains and losing a substantial amount of weight.

“I went grain- and sugar-free July 5, 2014.

“I am down 85 lbs and went from a size 22W to a size 12!”

Make no mistake about it: the “official” advice to “cut fat and eat more healthy whole grains,” along with the proliferation of junk snacks pushed by Big Food, is responsible for impairing the weight and health of the public on an unprecedented scale. Terri achieved her 85 pound loss with elimination of grains and sugar but note that, of the two, grains are the more important to eliminate, as they yield the gliadin protein derived opiates that drive appetite, wheat germ agglutinin that blocks the hormone of satiety, leptin, and amylopectin A that yields the greatest rise in blood sugar (higher than table sugar, ounce for ounce) that is followed by the greatest drop in blood sugar–hypoglycemia–accompanied by shakiness, mind fog, and hunger. In short, grains trigger desire for sweets, not the other way around.

Just look at what you can accomplish when you reject the awful, misguided advice of all “official” providers of dietary advice.

D.D. Infinite Health icon

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