Lonnie and Carrie ’ s Wheat Belly journey

“ Living the Wheat Belly and Undoctored lifestyle will not rid our lives of all adversity. But it can make you stronger, more optimistic, and resilient. Here is Lonnie and Carrie’s story: “One year ago today, my life changed in unthinkable ways. I discovered the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox book and read it during my kids’ spring break. I had dabbled in the ‘paleo’ diet world a bit over the last five years with inconsistent success and had some idea about how good I felt when eliminating grains… “But the protocols in this book seemed to go further then just diet, like addressing vitamin, nutrient, hormone, and gut flora deficiencies from living our modern lifestyles and eating the ‘civilized’ diet. I knew deep down that if nothing else I needed to try this detox for 10 days, and asked my wife to begin this journey with me… “We decided to start on a Friday so that we had the weekend to deal with the detox symptoms (which honestly was not that difficult for us). We made it through the first 5 days, and by day 6 I felt like a completely different person!!! Better sleep, much more energy, and an almost euphoric feeling that I cannot describe. This feeling continued for days, then weeks, then months. The weight poured off of us with little physical effort (over 80 lbs between us, 40+ each). Brain fog was gone. Aches and pains disappeared. Food tasted better. We received countless compliments about how much...
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