December 8, 2013

“Wheat Belly” by William Davis MD – The Hidden Enemy

Wheat is one of those ingredients that is ingested at virtually every meal, being present in nearly every type of commonly-consumed bread or pastry there is. Due to the fact that most cultures on Earth see bread as being the most basic type of food we haven’t really looked into its effects or even wondered whether or not it is healthy for us.

Well, as it turns out, a man by the name of William Davis MD has performed an extensive amount of research into the effects of wheat on the human body, and with the help of countless statistics, case studies and scientific analyses he put together the book known as Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health.

Wheat Belly by William Davis MD – Front cover

What You Will Find in Wheat Belly

To get straight to the point, the book is divided into numerous sections, each one being dedicated to a specific aspect of how wheat affects the human body. For instance, we are taught about the adverse health effects wheat has on our system, about the problems people with high-wheat diets have been experiencing, how it contributes to the obesity epidemic, how today’s genetically-modified wheat is destroying healthy agriculture, how to live a wheat-free lifestyle, and more.

In other words, this book covers the topic from A to Z, telling you why wheat is bad for you, how you can change that, and everything is supplement by rock-hard proof collected after many years of research.

Is Wheat Belly Worth the Hype?

The author of the book, Mr. Davis, claims that giving up wheat will tremendously improve your health and help to deal with obesity problems. Though he certainly isn’t wrong, I must warn you that basing your entire weight loss regime on eliminating wheat from your diet isn’t a good idea. It may be a big step towards becoming as healthy as possible, but it certainly isn’t the only one you need to take to get there.

With that being said, all the information provided in the book is indeed interesting and eye-opening, and the plan of action provided in the end can certainly be followed to achieve results. Removing what the agricultural business is trying to pass as wheat from your diet and replacing it with the appropriate elements will most likely have beneficial effects on your health and on your weight; if those two are an issue for you, this is definitely a book you will want to look into.

The Final Verdict

With everything being said and done, I believe that thought the author may slightly exaggerate the effects of his methods, they can still be rather beneficial for those who choose to follow them to the letter, especially alongside other health and weight loss systems. If you are having trouble with your health or your weight, then it is very possible that the information in Wheat Belly will help to improve the situation and perhaps even set you on the right track to a complete recovery of your organism’s capabilities. I can do nothing but recommend this, and even those who don’t have any health problems will find the world of wheat to be much more interesting than they ever thought possible.

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