Originally posted by Dr. Davis on 2015-09-28
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The Wheat Belly one-day parade
By following the Wheat Belly lifestyle, people reverse a constellation of abnormal health phenomena such as insulin resistance, inflammation, gastrointestinal irritation, mind effects, and dysbiosis. I stress this over and over again because many people view the Wheat Belly lifestyle as just a weight loss program. It is, of course, a program for health–a pretty darned powerful program that outdoes anything–yes, anything–else you do in life for your health.
But weight loss on this lifestyle can indeed be quite impressive. Here are some of the photos shared in the course of just one day, Sunday, September, 27, 2015, by people living the Wheat Belly lifestyle:
From husband Alan: “Mary Anna Parris has 60 pounds less to carry around. She continues to say ‘no’ to wheat. She continues the work now of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and to even be more creative with food choices and portions.”
“It is still hard to look at my before pictures…when I think of the pain I was in, how sick I was, it brings tears to my eyes to realize I have my life back now.”
“Only 6 weeks. Left is from Thursday, right is about 3 days before I started. As of yesterday, down 12 pounds and my rheumatoid arthritis has been doing some better.”
“Left picture July, right picture Sept. Although I dabbled with Wheat Belly starting in May, I really got serious in August. I’m close to 20 pounds down, sleeping much better and feeling better than EVER.”
“The first photo is Dec 22, 2014, pre-Wheat Belly. Naturally, I am eating in this picture. July 2015 – down a few sizes. Unfortunately, you can’t see my waistline. 20 pound loss.
“The best part is the decrease in triglycerides, decrease in my tinnitus, which is how I started to look for a new way to eat and managed to find Wheat Belly.”
“Living wheat-free is amazing. Started April 19th. The last picture was taken this past Thursday.” Heather is also off all her diabetes medications with blood sugars below 100 mg/dl–lower than when was on the medications.