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Posted January 17, 2013
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.
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Posted March 14, 2013
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!
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Posted January 17, 2013
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.
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Posted January 29, 2013
I usually find Diet books vexing. Though enthusiastic and sincere, writers often propose heroic lifestyle
changes that read like the fine print on a car rental agreement.
Not so with John Chatham’s Wheat Belly Fat Diet. He bases his program upon scientific conclusions,
with clear step-by-step instructions and simple recipes. He gives all the right reasons why eliminating wheat
is worth the effort: weight loss, clear skin, and correcting the insulin resistance that leads to type-two diabetes.
Eliminating wheat can reverse the effects of aging, improve memory, and relieve fatigue. One study showed
that there are even benefits to dietary intervention for children with autism.
The end of education is action. This concise yet thorough book will get you going on the right track. He shows
how to plan a menu, what to look for when you shop, and gives 50 simple recipes.
The Wheat Belly Fat Diet is NOT just another diet book.
Posted January 18, 2013
John Chatham’s The Wheat Belly Fat Diet is an educational read with a realistic approach on a healthier
lifestyle. His argument for a wheat-free diet effects many parts of our lives from better mental health
to losing weight. This book also comes with many easy recipes you can make anytime. Just because
it’s wheat-free doesn’t mean it’s food free; the meal plan examples are packed with good foods to keep
from feeling hungry. And who doesn’t like to eat?
Posted January 17, 2013
The Wheat Belly Fat Diet is an informative, well-researched book, which argues the very opposite that most of us have been taught. Instead of many diet programs that encourage eating wheat, this book shows readers that it is linked to many serious conditions, including high blood pressure and type two diabetes. The book details why we should cut out wheat, and how to live our lives wheat-free. To make it easier, author John Chatham has included grocery lists and recipes, as well as tips on how to transition away from eating wheat.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 16, 2013
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What an eye-opener! The Wheat Belly Fat Diet completely surprised me with so much startling information. If you think you know what you are suppose to be eating for good health, think agaiin! This book provides surprising information linking health issues with wheat consumption. It also tells you what you should be eating. This is a must read!
Posted January 28, 2013
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