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Dr. William Davis is author of the #1 New York Times Bestselling book Wheat Belly: lose the wheat, lose the weight and find your path back to health (Rodale, 2011), now debuting internationally in over ten foreign languages. Wheat Belly has helped spark a nationwide reconsideration of the conventional advice to “eat more healthy whole grains.”
Formerly an interventional cardiologist, he now confines his practice to prevention and reversal of coronary disease in his practice in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dr. Davis is a graduate of the St. Louis University School of Medicine, followed by training in internal medicine and cardiology at the Ohio State University Hospitals, and training in interventional cardiology at the Case-Western Reserve Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio. He is also founder of the online heart disease prevention educational program, Track Your Plaque (www.trackyourplaque.com).
As part of his ongoing effort to better document the adverse health effects of wheat, he has founded the Wheat Free Research and Education Foundation, to fund research and provide education and information to the public.
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Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts is Cardiologist, Dr. William Davis, New York Times #1 Best Selling Author, and the Medical Director and founder of the Wheat Belly Lifestyle Institute, as well as the Cureality program.
Dr. Davis will explain why he believes there are destructive health effects with wheat consumption. From arthritis to acid reflux to schizophrenia, Dr. Davis says these can be either caused or made worse by wheat — food we are advised to eat more of and Dr. Davis maintains that by eliminating it from our diets you can be healthier and lose weight –10, 20, or 30 pounds or more.
Read more about Dr. William Davis at http://www.wheatbellyblog.com/about/
To learn more about Host Dr. Michelle Robin go online to http://www.yourwellnessconnection.com
They say when you play a country record backwards you get your house back, your girlfriend back, your dog back, your truck back, etc... Well, similarly, when you completely eliminate wheat from your diet, many times you get your hair back, your confidence back, your sex drive back, your health back, you life back! No Joke!
Join me in this fun and lively discussion with Dr. William Davis, author of New York Times best selling book Wheat Belly, as we discuss our modern day wheat dilemma and why it is the perfect poison rather than the perfect food the USDA claims it to be. Learn why it is killing you, Learn why gluten free isn't what it's "cracked" up to be. Learn why it is making you sick. And even though you might be one of the few who isn't experiencing any obvious detrimental health issues or symptoms, it doesn't mean you've been given immunity by the Wheat Gods, it is, in fact, destroying your insides. Find out why.
I will also ask Dr. Davis if he believes this modern day wheat is contributing to the mental deterioration we are seeing today. READ FULL BLOG POST HERE
Dr. Davis is a Cardiologist in Wisconsin that is using different techniques to cure his patients of heart disease. Read all about him here.
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Dr. William Davis, author of Wheat Belly, stops by UW Radio to discuss how eliminating wheat from our diets can prevent fat storage, shrink unsightly bulges, and reverse myriad health problems. Topics will include why excess fat has nothing to do with gluttony, sloth, or too much butter, the harmful effects of wheat, and why eliminating wheat is the key to dramatic weight loss and optimal health. Learn more about Dr. William Davis at www.wheatbellyblog.com. Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.
Dr. Davis is a preventive cardiologist who practices in Milwaukee. He sheds light on the destructive health effects of today’s hybridized commercial wheat crops in Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health.
After noticing that more than 80% of his patients were pre-diabetic or diabetic, Dr. Davis asked them to remove all wheat products—organic, multi-grain, whole grain and sprouted—from their diet to reduce their blood sugar. This was based on the fact that generally, foods made of wheat flour raise blood sugar higher than nearly all other foods. Patients returned several months later showing lower blood sugar, often sufficient for pre-diabetics to be non-prediabetics, weight loss, marked improvement or total relief from arthritis, significant improvement in asthma, complete relief from acid reflux and irritable bowel syndrome symptoms, as well as disappearance of leg swelling and numbness. Most reported increased mental clarity, deeper sleep, and more stable moods and emotions.
George Washington said, "Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor– and whereas both Houses of Congress have by their joint Committee requested me to recommend to the People of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God especially by affording them an opportunity peaceably to establish a form of government for their safety and happiness.”
Our prayer motivator verse from the Word of God today is Luke 22:31-32 which reads: "And the Lord said, Simon, Simon, behold,Satan hath desired to have you, that he maysift you as wheat: But I have prayed for thee,that thy faith fail not: and when thou art converted, strengthen thy brethren."
Our prayer motivator quote today is from C.H. Spurgeon. He said, "There should be a parallel between our supplications and our thanksgivings. We ought not to leap in prayer, and limp in praise."
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Miller says: If you actually look at rural roots of soul food in the antebellum South, it was a cuisine primarily based on seasonal vegetables, and very little meat was eaten. Meat was typically used to flavor the vegetables, which fits into a culinary framework from West Africa, where dried, salted, or smoked fish was often used to one pot meals. Frying was for special occasions, so their food tended to be baked, boiled, or eaten raw. Think about what nutritionists are telling us to eat: dark leafy greens, sweet potatoes, legumes, and fish. These are building blocks of soul food! In the antebellum South, the enslaved were pretty much fed water, vegetables with little meat; prestige foods were only served during special occasions on weekends, when the work schedule slowed down. Because of the shift in tempo, you could do more elaborate cooking using more prestigious and processed ingredients like butter, refined flour, sugar, and whole milk rather than the whole-wheat flour, molasses, and buttermilk that was more readily available. The diet is closer to what we now call vegan. Soul food’s unhealthy reputation grows when more celebration foods and processed foods enter the diet as people become more prosperous. Quite naturally, if you have more disposable income, you start eating the good stuff more often; thus, celebration food becomes more commonplace. This is further compounded by eating more fast food and industrialized food. To me, that’s a bigger factor of perceived health problems in the African American community, more so than soul food.