Wheat Belly Cookbook: 150 Recipes to Help You Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health by William DavisThis cookbook companion to the New York Times bestseller Wheat Belly serves up 150 great tasting wheat-free recipes to help readers lose weight and beat disease.
Wheat Belly shook the foundations of the diet world when author and renowned cardiologist William Davis revealed that an epidemic of adverse health effects-ranging from minor rashes and high blood sugar to the buildup of stubborn belly fat (so-called wheat bellies)-could be banished forever with one simple step: Saying goodbye to wheat. The Wheat Belly Cookbook takes readers to the next level with over 150 fresh and delicious wheatless recipes, including Breakfast Quesadillas, Braised Pot Roast with Vegetables, velvety Peanut Butter Pie-and surprising wheat-free hits like Blueberry French Toast, Bruschetta Chicken on Angel Hair, Spaghetti Bolognese and velvety Scones.
Additionally, readers will also learn how to:
- Dodge symptoms of wheat withdrawal experienced by about 10 percent of dieters, ensuring a smooth transition to this new healthy eating plan
- Set up their wheat-free kitchen, including important prep techniques, shopping lists, and strategies to get the whole family on board
- Avoid regaining a wheat belly while eating out at restaurants and parties-plus exciting meal ideas guests will love
'Wheat Belly Cookbook' by Dr William Davis Interview on CBS
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William Davis (cardiologist)
William R. Davis is a Milwaukee -based American cardiologist and author of health books known for his stance against "modern wheat ", which he labels a "perfect, chronic poison. Wheat Belly became a New York Times bestseller within a month of publication in In an appearance on The Dr. Oz Show he said, "The wheat of today is nothing like the wheat of , —that is, the wheat that our moms or grandmothers had—so it has been changed. This new crop has implications for human health that have never been anticipated. So this is appropriate for nobody, no human, nobody in this audience, should be eating this modern creation of genetics research.
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