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Wheat Belly: A Summary of Dr. William Davis' Book Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

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10. Dezember 2012
While wheat is touted as part of a “heart healthy diet” and we are encouraged to eat more whole grains, the wheat we buy in the supermarket is worlds away, genetically speaking, from the wheat our grandparents ate. Not coincidentally, their generation was far leaner and healthier than ours. Clearly, something radical has changed in our national diet, and the genetic modification of wheat, according to Dr. William Davis MD, is that change. In Wheat Belly by Dr. William Davis: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health, Dr. Davis makes his case against wheat. Using a combination of his own clinical observations, established medical studies and documented research, Dr. Davis paints a vivid picture of precisely how wheat affects the body. Among other things, it contributes to weight gain, diabetes, heart disease and chronic lethargy.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Whole Wheat Often Touted as 'Heart Healthy' 12. Dezember 2012
Von Clint Evans - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've always heard whole grains and especially whole wheat was healthy. This summary shows how 60 - 70 years ago that statement was true. Unfortunately, the statement hasn't been updated to keep up with technology.

Whole wheat has been genetically modified to increase crop yields and provide for a growing world population. A common sense solution. But for those in the know this is disastrous to health. Just go to a crowded area. Look to your left. Now look to your right. You can see the obese disaster that bad food habits have wrought.

A number of those bad habits are eating wheat and whole wheat products. How bad is today's wheat? Let's look at the numbers. About 1 in every 100 Americans suffers allergies because of wheat today. That's 4 TIMES the rate 50 years ago. Does common sense tell you wheat is the same today or different?

The author goes into what today's wheat does inside your body, the damage it does to your digestive system, and how it negatively affects your brain.

The author also gives practical tips to eliminate wheat from your diet and the ways people who removed wheat have seen dramatic weight loss and improved health. You deserve to have this knowledge.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Eye Opener 1. Januar 2013
Von Renate V. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Dr. Davis' book, Wheat Belly, was definitely an eye opener. All along I thought wheat to be an important and healthy part of my diet. Now I'm learning that all the genetic modifications make wheat an enemy of my health. It's causing disease. Its glycemic index is higher than that of simple sugar!!! Think about it, that's almost unbelievable. It causes high blood sugars, which increase insulin production. Weight gain and diabetic issues arise. The constant manipulation of wheat to attain larger crops, to protect it from pests etc. makes sense in a way, however, it comes at a cost. Do we really want to keep paying that price?

In its condensed version, Shortcut Summaries delivers a lot of information. It covers everything I need to know in much less time. Well done.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen You Learn Something New Every Day 29. Dezember 2012
Von Kentuckymom - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is the very first "Shortcut Summaries" book I have ever read. I was impressed by how thorough and informative this summary of "Wheat Belly" was. Like most Americans, I have been taught that wheat, especially whole wheat, is one of the healthiest foods to consume. This summary really opened my eyes. I know so many people who have been diagnosed with a whole host of health problems due to being intolerant of wheat gluten, but I had no idea why. As the book explains,the wheat that we now eat is not the same kind that humans and animals have consumed for thousands of years. Wheat has been genetically modified, starting in the 1950's, to make it more resistant to insects, fungi and other profit draining occurrences. At that time, nobody thought to research and test the effects of this modified wheat on the bodies of humans or animals. Apparently, many people are now paying the price for this with failing health. Weight gain, diabetes, auto-immune disorders, intestinal diseases, allergies, neurological problems, heart disease, arthritis, skin problems, etc. can many times be traced back to sensitivity to this modified wheat. The book states "Wheat is so harmful because of it's effects on blood sugar" and "two slices of whole wheat bread is the same, in terms of increased blood sugar, as drinking a can of sugary soda". "In numerous studies, patients dropped amazing amounts of weight on a wheat free diet". I found it very interesting that many people trying to avoid wheat will purchase "Gluten-free" foods which are also typically unhealthy due to high glycemic additives and they are junk foods. Sounds like an advertising gimmick to sell junk food, if you ask me. Also, the book claims that wheat shows the very same addictive properties as illicit drugs, including cravings and withdrawal! I know many people who are addicted to "carbs", specifically bread products made with wheat, so this makes sense to me now. The author of the book, Dr. Davis, explains how to eliminate wheat and other carbs from your diet and what foods to replace them with. When you eliminate wheat and other unhealthy carbs from your diet, you can expect withdrawal symptoms and if you ingest them again after your body has adjusted, you can experience some negative reactions. Wheat is an ingredient in so many of the packaged food products that we buy and consume, it can be very difficult to avoid completely, but not impossible.
The summary of this book was a real eye opener for me. I had no idea that our wheat was genetically altered but I can't say that I am surprised.
After reading this summary,I most definitely will buy the Wheat Belly cookbook by Dr. William Davis and give it a try.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Focused, Taut and Useful Summary. Thanks! 11. Dezember 2012
Von KatieC - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This Kindle book is actually a taut summary of the original book by Dr. Davis. I am more disgruntled than ever because this book just points out how clearly wheat and foods are being manipulated. I want to know more about wheat and, then again, I don't want to know. My family has been struggling with this for some time and this Kindle book really summarized important points for me. So many decisions to make. I also now know more about man-boobs than I ever wanted to know. If you want a clean and clear summation of the Davis book, this is an excellent resource for you. Working TOC and book cover included.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Wheat Belly Simplified 5. Januar 2013
Von Rebecca Lorraine - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed this Wheat Belly book summary - I have been hearing a lot about the problems associated with today's wheat and how it is very different from the wheat our grandparents consumed. Now that I have the full story, I'll need to re-think my wheat intake and start finding suitable substitutions. This condensed version of Wheat Belly was perfect for me, since my schedule is full and my reading list is huge. Recommended
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