Dr. William Davis is a cardiologist working against modern wheat which he says is toxic and addictive, suggesting that they make people want to eat more food.
In 2011, he became the New York Times best-seller, within a month, with Wheat Belly. It is his original diet book which sparked this accompanying cookbook filled with recipes designed to help you to lose weight and improve your health.
After encouraging his own patients to take part and remove wheat from their diet he found that in addition to losing weight, said they had improved energy; better focus; deeper sleep; better lung, joint, and bowel health; and more.
"The problem Dr. Davis has limned in this groundbreaking new book is staggering in its scope and implications." - Dana Carpender, author of eight cookbooks including 1001 Low-Carb Recipes
"I can't recommend this terrific book highly enough. Wheat Belly... is a must-have for the library of any serious low-carber or anyone concerned about health." - Michael R. Eades, MD, coauthor with Mary Dan Eades, MD, of the New York Times bestseller Protein Power.