Pamela: No more colitis, acid reflux, hypertension, migraines, joint pains and 170 pounds lighter on the Wheat Belly lifestyle

Look at Pamela’s spectacular progress that began with the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox and posted on the Detox Facebook page, showing her standing in ONE LEG of her old pants! Her experience illustrates just how awful health, weight, and life can get on the wrong way of eating, but also just how dramatic the changes can be when you finally get it right. “It’s a long one, but hang with me! “I’ve been debating whether to share this picture or not… I found my ‘before’ pants and decided to see what would happen… I thought I’d take another picture after I put on some makeup and stand straighter, blah blah. Now I realize most everyone looks like this on chore day and it’s not about the makeup–it’s about the transformation on the Wheat Belly way of life and encouraging those who are apprehensive to give it an honest try! What have you got to lose? “For me, it was colitis, daily prescribed omeprazole, blood pressure meds, multiple migraines a month, daily joint/muscle pain, low energy, things I can’t even remember now and 170 pounds. Yes, there is more to lose, but time will take care of those too! My husband is no longer pre-diabetic, fatty liver gone and BP meds down to less than half. “Was I perfect the whole time? Nope! I had my slips, but I’d correct it with the very next meal. No cheat days! I gave myself the motto ‘Accept it, correct it and move on!’ “My ...
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