Live the Wheat Belly lifestyle, get off prescription medications

Take a look at the list of medications people have been able to stop by following the Wheat Belly lifestyle. These represent medications prescribed by doctors to, in effect, “treat” the consequences of consuming wheat and grains. They prescribe drugs to treat inflammation, swelling, skin rashes, gastrointestinal irritation, high blood sugars, airway allergy, joint pain, high blood pressure, leg edema and other abnormal effects caused by wheat and grains. The list includes anti-inflammatory and pain medication, acid reflux drugs, injectable and oral drugs for diabetes, numerous anti-hypertensive agents, asthma inhalers and allergy drugs, drugs for migraine headaches, and others. It is truly an astounding list that represents drugs that were unnecessary, costly, and filled with side-effects, both acute and long-term. This list is a fascinating reflection of how this lifestyle works to restore the human body back to its pre-grain state and thereby reverses so many modern health conditions. Stomach acid blocking drugs: Prevacid ranitidine Prilosec Zantac Protonix Nexium Gaviscon Diabetes drugs: metformin Lantus, Novalog, regular insulin Victoza Amaryl Farxiga Januvia Blood pressure drugs: lisinopril Atacand Altace losartan labetalol hydrochlorothiazide diltiazem methyldopa atenolol Diovan Coreg Lasix Allergy medications: Benadryl Claritin Allegra Zyrtec Dymista nasal spray Tavist prednisone Asthma drugs: Advair albuterol Singulair Ventolin inhaler Pulmicort inhaler An...
Source: Wheat Belly Blog - Category: Cardiology Authors: Tags: News & Updates autoimmune blood sugar bowel flora cholesterol Gliadin gluten-free grain-free grains Inflammation undoctored Weight Loss wheat belly Source Type: blogs

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Source: Chemosphere - Category: Chemistry Authors: Tags: Chemosphere Source Type: research
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Source: GMS German Medical Science - Category: General Medicine Tags: Ger Med Sci Source Type: research
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CONCLUSIONS: Because of its pleiotropic roles in several reproductive events and its association with some life-threatening pathological conditions of pregnancy, bikunin may represent a non-invasive marker for improving follow-up and early diagnosis. Studies showing its usefulness as a drug for reducing the risk of preterm delivery and improving neonatal outcomes have yielded interesting results that deserve to be investigated through further research. PMID: 31728877 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Publication date: Available online 15 November 2019Source: European Journal of Obstetrics &Gynecology and Reproductive BiologyAuthor(s): Keisuke Tanaka, Leah Mayne, Akram Khalil, David Baartz, Lars Eriksson, Sally-Anne Mortlock, Grant Montgomery, Brett McKinnon, Akwasi A AmoakoAbstractEndometriosis affects a large proportion of women during their reproductive years and is associated with pain and infertility, also affecting psychological wellbeing and quality of life. The pathogenesis of the disease remains unclear, although it is believed to be multifactorial. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) consists of a number of l...
Source: European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Biology - Category: OBGYN Source Type: research
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