December 10, 2013

“Wheat Belly Cookbook” by William Davis – Arming Yourself with Recipes

When William Davis published Wheat Belly a little while ago, the world of dieting changed instantly and probably forever. In that book he basically made the case for wheat being one of the greatest contributors to the obesity epidemic, providing undisputable evidence to support his claims and even adding a plan of action at the end to help remove the ingredient from our diets.

However, considering that wheat is used in many of the products we consume it can be very hard to maintain a healthy and balanced diet without it, which is why Davis also wrote the Wheat Belly Cookbook.

Wheat Belly Cookbook: 150 Recipes to Help You Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health - Front Cover

So what precisely are you going to find in this cookbook? To begin with, the main course consists of 150 recipes, teaching you how to create the foods you love so much by substituting healthier products instead of the wheat, and perhaps even some new concoctions you haven’t heard of.

All of the recipes are very easy to replicate, with detailed step-by-step instructions and ingredients that are very easy to acquire at your local store. The recipes include breakfast quesadillas, peanut butter pie, bruschetta chicken, braised vegetable pot roast, and more.

In addition to the recipes included in this book, you are also going to learn a bit more about how wheat affects you as Davis decided to go even deeper in his research and provide us with additional information on the subject matter. Amongst other things you are going to learn about the concept of wheat withdrawal (affecting about 10% of people who give it up) and how to smoothly deal with it, how to prevent yourself from regaining your wheat belly when out at parties and restaurants, and various preparation techniques and strategies to help make your kitchen completely wheat-free.

All things considered, the Wheat Belly Cookbook is a very welcome addition to Wheat Belly, complementing it by giving us even more tools and knowledge to help us lose the wheat and drop the pounds. If you do not have the first book then I would recommend that you also get it, but if you are already convinced about the need to rid your diet of wheat and have a plan in mind, then this book may very well be enough to get the job done.

If you are experiencing health problems related to your weight, then I highly recommend you look into this book and at least try, for a little while, to rid yourself of wheat just to see for yourself if it will help you out.

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