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WBB: So what were they saying about Wheat Belly being another low-carb diet?

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Posted: 5/3/2015 12:00:00 PM

Originally posted by Dr. Davis on 2015-05-03
on the Wheat Belly Blog, sourced from and currently found at: Infinite Health Blog.
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So what were they saying about Wheat Belly being another low-carb diet?

Linnea before & after

Linnea shared these photos and comments from her mom, who describes an impressive recovery from multiple health problems, including a life-threatening side effect of an intravenous drug used to “treat” autoimmune diseases:

“85 lbs lost. Severe debilitating rheumatoid arthritis in compete remission, medication induced liver failure reversed, high blood pressure reversed, no more IBS, chronic headaches or migraines, chronic urticaria (hives) gone, chronic pain and pain flares gone, chronic fatigue mood swings and depression gone, and many more milder issues resplved.

“Was on 17 medications including IV therapy immune modulator, chemotherapy, cardiac medication, etc. Now only on one thyroid pill. Basically I am alive and well and look forward to many more ENJOYABLE years.”

Now what should this woman tell her doctor(s) who nearly killed her now that she has undergone astounding remission–cure–with wheat and grain elimination?

Wheat and grain elimination, followed by vitamin D restoration and correction of bowel flora distortions (that are the rule in autoimmune diseases and must be corrected to restore normal intestinal permeability), should be the first default steps with the diagnosis of any autoimmune condition. Doing such easy, inexpensive, natural things does not, of course, preclude adding toxic drugs that do such things as cause extravagant weight gain and can lead to liver failure. But doesn’t it make sense to try these benign strategies first?

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