The Wheat Free Diet & Cookbook: Lose Belly Fat, Lose Weight, and Improve Health with Delicious Wheat Free Recipes [NOOK Book]

Overview

Discover dramatic health results and lose weight permanently through a wheat belly diet.

For years, you've been told that including grains in your diet is essential for good health. The reality? Wheat is destructive to your health. The groundbreaking research in The Wheat Free Diet & Cookbook provides a science-based approach to the benefits of a wheat belly diet, from losing weight to improving skin health and brain function. Also ...
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The Wheat Free Diet & Cookbook: Lose Belly Fat, Lose Weight, and Improve Health with Delicious Wheat Free Recipes

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Overview

Discover dramatic health results and lose weight permanently through a wheat belly diet.

For years, you've been told that including grains in your diet is essential for good health. The reality? Wheat is destructive to your health. The groundbreaking research in The Wheat Free Diet & Cookbook provides a science-based approach to the benefits of a wheat belly diet, from losing weight to improving skin health and brain function. Also provided are tips for achieving a healthier body and losing that stubborn extra weight through a wheat belly diet.

Wheat Free Diet & Cookbook will help you lose weight and shed your wheat belly, with:

• More than 50 wheat belly diet recipes for your favorite dishes, including Garlic Roasted
Chicken, No-Flour Rich Chocolate Cake, and Sweet and Spicy Pumpkin Bread
• Explanation of the dangerous impact of a wheat belly on weight gain, diabetes, aging, and
the immune system
• Lists of healthy wheat alternatives, tips for a successful transition to a wheat belly diet,
and a 7-Day Wheat Belly Meal Plan to get you started
• Information on the myths surrounding wheat and tips for finally losing your wheat belly

The Wheat Free Diet & Cookbook is an easy-to-follow health solution that achieves fast, visible, long-lasting results from the inside out with the power of a wheat belly diet.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015995688
  • Publisher: Rockridge Press
  • Publication date: 1/14/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 122
  • Sales rank: 64,246
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Posted January 17, 2013

    Wheat is a cornerstone of the American diet. It¿s safe to say, t

    Wheat is a cornerstone of the American diet. It’s safe to say, then, that an idea going against this American staple requires a logical and scientific explanation. This book contains an argument possessing both. Numerous details, bolstering the concept, are found throughout the book. In addition to this, the book also aids the reader in transitioning to a wheat-free lifestyle by including sample meal plans and recipes. This book is an excellent read for anyone interested in a wheat-free diet.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 14, 2013

    John Chatham¿s book ¿The Wheat Belly Fat¿ is fantastic. The Auth

    John Chatham’s book “The Wheat Belly Fat” is fantastic. The Author leaves nothing out when telling you why wheat is not a good thing for our bodies. A lot of Doctors and other Specialists will tell you that eating lots of grains is good for you and can help you lose weight.  After reading this book you will realize just exactly why. Wheat can cause many illnesses and diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart problems. This Author explains why wheat is bad and what effect it has on our bodies, he gives you some great tips on getting wheat free and he also gives you tasty recipes that are wheat free and pretty simple to make. If you are a person concerned about your health, you should definitely read this book!

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 17, 2013

    Modern wheat can actually be detrimental to your overall health.

    Modern wheat can actually be detrimental to your overall health. Surprising but true, John Chatham states in his most recent book. Wheat is directly linked to diabetes, it can affect our immune systems and overall mental health, just to name a few of the ways wheat is not all it’s said to be. There are alternatives out there to help one transition from one’s current diet to a wheat-free diet. Chatham provides the resources as well as what to consider when transitioning to a wheat-free diet. The book also includes 50 wheat-free recipes to help one start living a healthier life today, live longer and better. There are great choices from garlic and herb roasted chicken to healthy milkshakes.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 11, 2014

    The Wheat Free Diet & Cookbook clearly lays out a plan to ea

    The Wheat Free Diet & Cookbook clearly lays out a plan to eat wheat free. This book lays out the many drawbacks of wheat in the diet due to “Frankenwheat” or the cumulative genetic makeup of wheat. Some negative side effects of eating wheat are advanced aging, neurological issues, diabetes and celiac disease. By avoiding wheat in the diet, other positive benefits are better skin, reduced weight, less insulin fluctuations, and no or low carb addiction. The meal plans look very delicious and well-balanced. I can’t wait to try it!

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  • Posted May 27, 2014

    There has been so much hype surrounding the wheat free diet its

    There has been so much hype surrounding the wheat free diet its hard to tell if its really going to be right for you. Well, if you're one of the 
    folks thats been on the line about whether or not to give it a try, then this is the book for you! Not only are their scientific explanations
    for the impact wheat is having on your body, there is a very simple 7 Day Wheat Belly Meal Plan that will help you see firsthand what a 
    difference a wheat free lifestyle can make for you! In addition, there are over 50 wonderful recipes that will have you asking for more. 
    This is the perfect cookbook for a the wheat free skeptic in your life, so give it a try!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2014

    Inspirational resource/cookbook to convert to a wheat-free diet.

    Inspirational resource/cookbook to convert to a wheat-free diet.
    If you want a healthier and leaner body, add this book to your cookbook arsenal. The Wheat-Free Diet & Cookbook lays out the numerous medical conditions connected to modern-day wheat including diabetes, heart disease, autism, dementia, and more. Learn about the addictive nature of wheat and how it has affected populations after the introduction of wheat into their diet. Tips for emotional coping, withdrawal symptoms, and detailed food lists provide all nuts-and-bolts info to get started on a commitment to a wheat-free lifestyle, while the recipe collection provides plenty of variety with tasty recipes that will make you forget that you even ate wheat before. Your body will thank you!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2014

    The Wheat Free Diet and Cookbook by Rockridge Press - Review by

    The Wheat Free Diet and Cookbook by Rockridge Press - Review by Jan OMalley
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    This enjoyable book is a "must have" in the kitchen.
    The recipes alone are simple, stylish, and fit for a king.
    It is a book that has everlasting value in that it clearly explains the values of a wheat- free diet and how this
    diet can meet many of the body's nutritional needs for improved brain function, skin health, PH balance, weight loss,
    and aging prevention. It also has extensive information related to diabetes, insulin, and gluten control.

    Most importantly, this book clearly defines why a wheat-based diet is detrimental to the human body.
    Additionally, the information presented was based on extensive research and studies. I particularly enjoyed
    learning about the glycemic values of fruits and vegetables and which ones to avoid.

    Jan O'Malley

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  • Posted May 25, 2014

    If aging, digesting, or lack of energy are things you feel would

    If aging, digesting, or lack of energy are things you feel would improve without the addition of wheat to your daily menu, then this book is probably one of the better and more affordable guides to help get you there. It’s reasonable in the transition from wheat inclusive diets to taking on a wheat-free approach, and gives good background and reasoning behind how/why wheat can be unhealthy for many people. I don’t think the book is for everyone, but for anyone who does need to remove wheat from their diet (or firmly believes that they do) this book provides a good place to start.

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  • Posted May 24, 2014

    Cutting out wheat isn't the end of the world and the Wheat Free

    Cutting out wheat isn't the end of the world and the Wheat Free Diet and Cookbook lets you know that right from the get-go. Honestly, rarely does bread or other wheat products make a meal, and this book not only informs about the possible danger of wheat but also offers a number of tasty alternatives. Definitely worth checking out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2014

    If you are remotely serious about going wheat free, this is a go

    If you are remotely serious about going wheat free, this is a good book to start with. With a clear explanation of how modern genetically altered wheat is hurting your health and a whole chapter dedicated to teaching you how to function with this new diet, you'll be set to tackle this new lifestyle.

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  • Posted May 23, 2014

    Most of us doesn't know about the bad impact of wheat products t

    Most of us doesn't know about the bad impact of wheat products to our health. We grew up believing that all whole grains products are helpfull to our body. This book explained thoroughly that not all whole grain products are healthy. Most of it contains wheat and these wheat contains high level of sugar which causes diabetes, high blood pressure and ohers diseases. The information on this book are based on facts. This book is a must read for all of us who wants to have a healthier lifestyle. It's better to prevent future health problems and to be aware of our food intake .

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2014

    The Wheat Free Diet and Cookbook   explains how wheat was transf

    The Wheat Free Diet and Cookbook   explains how wheat was transformed from a good nutrient to a unhealthy food product, through the development of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.  This change has developed into a serious health problem, for our society today, in a way, that we are having difficulty with mental, physical and emotional problems that has scientific research and the medical profession trying to assess the value of wheat and grain in our daily diet.  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2014

    From diet to recipes to how wheat aggravates and even causes hea

    From diet to recipes to how wheat aggravates and even causes health issues is all explained in John Chatham’s book. Wheat and gluten is not only bad for those suffering from celiac disease and gluten intolerance, but for the general population. We are all taught as children that we need 9-12 servings of wheat per day.  Wheat today is tremendously genetically modified.   The book shows you an easy to approach lifestyle change. This will truly change the way you think of whole grain. Five thumbs up one of the best diet books out there today.

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  • Posted May 23, 2014

    This book does an amazing job educating, instructing, and reform

    This book does an amazing job educating, instructing, and reforming one's dietary habits. This book leaves the reader knowing more about why they should eat a certain way. In addition to how to eat better.

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  • Posted May 22, 2014

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    This is an excellent book full of vital health information as we

    This is an excellent book full of vital health information as well as a great cookbook written in a very easy to read format.  This because this information is life changing.  Do you want to improve your health and extend your quality life?  Then please read this and educate yourself to the very real dangers of wheat.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2014

    This book is very informative, easy to read, and the diet plan i

    This book is very informative, easy to read, and the diet plan is made super easy to follow. The author does a great job of explaining the benefits of wheat free living, what to eat when choosing not to eat wheat, and what the differences between wheat free, gluten free, and oat free are. The recipes all look wonderful, and I am really excited to try them. Overall this book is very informative and  well written.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2014

    For those looking to lose weight, have or are looking to prevent

    For those looking to lose weight, have or are looking to prevent diabetes, this book is definitely worth a read. In this guide, you’ll find a history on wheat, the dangers of eating it, and ways to transition to a wheat-free diet.  Along with its delicious recipes, this book is a detailed and through adventure into the science of a wheat-free diet.    

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2014

    So-long Wheaties! Breakfast will never be the same, but at least

    So-long Wheaties! Breakfast will never be the same, but at least it will be healthier. Once you get over the fact that the list of things you can’t eat far outweighs (excuse the pun) the list of substitutes, you have a better shot at this heavy fruits & veggies regime. Some of the dishes are surprisingly tasty, but to go all the way would be challenging.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2014

    The Wheat Free Diet & Cookbook is highly informative and the

    The Wheat Free Diet & Cookbook is highly informative and the recipes are easy to follow. I appreciate that there are recipes for snacks and dessert, along with standard meals. They are well organized, but rather demanding, as is the entire diet/lifestyle in general. However, the citing of sources was inconsistent, which is problematic since this book basically contradicts what we've always been taught and requires an extra convincing argument to shift our perspective.

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  • Posted May 19, 2014

    This book gives a slew of reasons to eliminate wheat from your d

    This book gives a slew of reasons to eliminate wheat from your diet now and forever; explains the different between current wheat and real wheat, the hows and whys of our modern-day “frankenwheat”, as well as the many medical conditions that consumption of it can lead to.  The latter half of the book gives recipes to replace wheat with.  A real eye-opener.

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