Go Against the Grain to Save Your Life!

“From the head down to the toes, there is no body system not affected by the consumption of wheat.” Dr. William Davis (preventative Cardiologist,) and author of ‘Wheat Belly’

 

 

 

What?!

Are grain-based foods that dangerous?

And does that mean give up bread, pasta, muffins and bagels?…

The answer is yes, and yes! Only if you want to save your life and take charge of your health.

Going against the grain (gluten-free) (GF) to save your life is the smartest, most outstanding thing you can do to take charge of your health profile and prevent common everyday age-related diseases.

Going GF saved my life!

Four years ago I had to go against the grain (big time) when I got really, weirdly sick.

In 2010 I developed debilitating daily panic attacks, strange neurological disturbances, depression and serious dental issues, and more…

Doctors could not help but when I stopped eating grains I began to heal…

… it’s that simple.

wheat-monster

Modern wheat is monstrously dangerous to your health!

Before your next “healthy” whole-grain meal you need to know that the so-called wheat you eat today has been high bred into what is being called “franken wheat”… A monster wheat. 

Dr. Davis tells us that modern wheat found in food today in no way resembles the wheat grandma cooked with. Further, you would be shocked if you knew the truth that there has been no testing done on this new, scary, modern wheat for human safety.

Dr. William Davis has done the most research on this new monster wheat that is making people sick.

You need to listen to a 4-minute excerpt from an interview I did with Dr William Davis, of

Wheat Belly

Caution: Here’s how you can royally mess up going GF:

Going GF holds lots of health promises that can come true.

Weight loss is one of them.

But there are some ways you can make terrible mistakes

This one mistake will in fact wreck your health, cause weight gain, and cost you more money…

What is that one mistake?

If you want to royally mess up your new GF lifestyle then all you have to do is invest your hard-earned money on highly processed, packaged store-bought products labeled “gluten-free”.

The only way to go GF safely and wisely is to replace the lost nutrition and calories of wheat rye and barley with truly healthy foods… not junk carbs found in processed food!

Truly healthy foods are those your grandmother would recognize such as vegetables, nuts, seeds, (free-range organic) meats, poultry, fish, etc.

The harsh truth is that if you decide to ignore this advice and replace calories with energy bars, tortilla chips, instant soup mixes, or gluten-free foods made with junk carbohydrates like, cornstarch, rice flour, potato starch, or tapioca starch, then, as mom would say, “you’re askin for trouble”…

People generally view gluten-free packaged food sold by trusted brands thinks they are healthier, but they are not.

Don’t be duped:

Want proof that the food industry is taking advantage of the gluten-free warriors out there?

According to reliable sources, packaged, processed gluten-free product sales reached more than $2.6 billion in 2010 and gluten-free packaged products are expected to exceed more than $5 billion by 2015!

(Source: Packaged Facts, 2011)

So, the bottom line is that if you want to take charge of your health, the single most important step you can take is to stop eating processed wheat, rye and barley found in all commercially prepared grain-based food.

And stay tuned as I show you easy ways to replace unhealthy foods with whole, real food your grandmother would recognize.

Best chocolate cake ever

Want a delicious GF and grain-free recipe for the best chocolate cake ever?

Go here to use it in place of regular chocolate cake

What to eat instead of spaghetti and other noodles:

Here’s some fantastic ways to replace pasta and other GF noodles

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2 comments on “Go Against the Grain to Save Your Life!

  1. Mary on said:

    I have a friend who went gluten-free and is doing well, but she is gaining weight. Wonder what she is doing wrong?

    • By Kathy on said:

      Hi Mary, likely she is doing one of the following two things… Or, she is doing both.

      1. She may be doing a big no-no and eating packaged, processed “gluten-free” stor-bought junk carbs. BTW, to show you how huge the market is for gluten-free food the food industry will rake in over 5 billion dollars next year since most people buy into their marketing for this very bad way to substitute when one decides to stop eating traditional gluten-based grains. She needs to only eat whole foods like vegies, fruit, beans and lentils, sweet potatoes, wild rice, shirotaki or konjac noodles’ and healthy desserts made from coconut or almond flour sweetened with natural sweeteners like maple syrup, honey, stevia, figs or dates, etc.

      2. She could be overdoing it on the nuts and seeds. This was my issue. It’s easy to do, but of course nuts have super healthy fat, but some people can put on weight, so be careful to only have 1 or 2 ounces a day. Good luck and keep me posted.

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