Dr. William Davis, Author of Wheat Belly (December 19, 2012)

dr_william_davis_wheat_bellyThey say when you play a country record backwards you get your house back, your girlfriend back, your dog back, your truck back, etc… Well, similarly, when you completely eliminate wheat from your diet, many times you get your hair back, your confidence back, your sex drive back, your health back, basically, you get your life back! No Joke! Dr. Davis has thousands of testimonies from people who have read his book and literally changed their health and life. From skin issues like acne to erectile dysfunction to heart disease, Dr. Davis is curing it all!

Did you know that eating two slices of whole wheat bread can increase blood sugar more than 2 tablespoons of pure sugar can? – Dr. Davis

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Join me in this fun and lively discussion with Dr. William Davis, author of New York Times best selling book, Wheat Belly, as we discuss our modern day wheat dilemma and why it is the perfect poison rather than the perfect food the USDA claims it to be. Learn why it is killing you, Learn why gluten free isn’t what it’s “cracked” up to be. Learn why it is making you sick. And even though you might be one of the few who isn’t experiencing any obvious detrimental health issues or symptoms, it doesn’t mean you’ve been given immunity by the Wheat Gods, it is, in fact, destroying your insides. Find out why.

I will also ask Dr. Davis if he believes this modern day wheat is contributing to the mental deterioration we are seeing today.

Dr. Davis is a Cardiologist in Wisconsin that is using different techniques to cure his patients of heart disease. Read all about him and what he is doing  hereAlso, purchase Dr. Davis newest Wheat Belly Cook Book.

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