Elaine’s transformation started with the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox

Elaine was one of around 20 people who came to New York City in 2015 to start the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox, the initial test panel of volunteers described in the book. A year has now passed since that experience. Here is Elaine’s update: “Here it is: 1 year wheat-, grain-, and sugar-free. I never took actual ‘before’ pics, mostly because I really didn’t think that giving up all the low fat, fat-free, ‘healthy whole grains’ would make a difference, and that this lifestyle was something that I was going to stick with. Well, I was certainly wrong. “The weight loss is currently a total of 63 lbs. The measurements : Waist: 5 inches Hips: 7 inches Thighs: 4.5 inches Arms: 3 inches “I honestly feel healthier in my 40’s than I did in my 20’s. I am off all medications. Continuously prescribed antibiotics and steroids for sinus infections, (since March 19 of last year not one single dose of any of that nonsense). Acid reflux and indigestion meds including prescription, Tums and Prilosec . . .  haven’t had any of those in a year either. Xanax…nope, don’t need that either! “Previously I was borderline diabetic, blood sugar now ranges from 83 to 93 in the am and after meals. Blood pressure is steady at 115/75. Joint pains…GONE! “Headaches …GONE! “Fatigue…GONE! (I sleep well and wake up fully energized.) “Thank you Dr. William Davis for allowing m...
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