Wheat Belly is an anti-inflammatory lifestyle

Laura has not only lost a substantial amount of weight from inflammatory visceral fat resulting in a dramatic reduction in waist size, but has also experienced a reduction in the issues associated with her autoimmune diseases: “I have been on Wheat Belly for about 2 years. I have rheumatoid arthritis and lupus and have seen huge improvements and lowering of meds due to this wonderful plan. So far (and I still need to lose more) I have lost 80 lbs and am still losing. First pic is of me at our high school reunion in 2013 and the next one is today. I think you can see a bit of the difference. I am happy to be down, even if I am not all the way there yet. “This was done with no exercise, just no wheat and no sugar, Wheat Belly plan. It’s hard to see, because pic 1 is dark, but if you look carefully you will see quite a huge Wheat Belly which is non-existent today. I am 70 years old. I am healthier, in much less pain, and so many benefits, I can’t begin to tell you!” The drugs prescribed to “treat” autoimmune conditions like rheumatoid arthritis are nasty, imperfect drugs with substantial side-effects. Prednisone, a mainstay of drugs prescribed for such conditions, for example, is associated with weight gain (often substantial), stomach ulcers, osteoporosis, and frequently causes non-diabetics to become diabetic within the first few doses. Enbrel, now splashed all over television with ads featuring golfer, Phil Mickelson, gushing about ho...
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