I'm about to tell you and reveal to you the cheapest, most effective, best weight loss diet ever of all time.Listen to this post:
No, it's not starving yourself.
It's not the Hollywood cookie diet.
It's not some sort of rapid, cathartic detox thing.
That's not what I'm talking about.
I'm talking about a diet that makes sense...a diet I can't think of a reason why anybody wouldn't benefit from it. I'm gonna tell you what it is. You ready?
Go on a strict gluten-free diet.
Now, if that made you burst into tears– we need to talk a little bit further because you probably have an addiction (opiate peptide) problem with gluten.
Gluten-free? You may have heard about it. If you know me at all, you've certainly heard about it.What does that mean? A gluten-free diet means you're not going to eat certain grains. You're not gonna eat wheat, barley, rye, and a whole bunch of other things that you really should not eat because they've all got gluten in them.
"Why would I lose weight on a gluten-free diet?"
Well, if you're not eating grains, you're not eating as many carbohydrates...you are not going to gain as easily. Because eating grains stimulates insulin, and insulin's really what makes you fat anyway.
If you're not eating grains and you're eating more protein sources, eating more vegetables, it only makes sense that you're gonna drop weight.
I'll make a bold claim (and I guess I might get in trouble with the FDA for this)
Some people that are reading this say---
"Wait a minute. I'm already underweight. If I go gluten-free, I'll lose more weight. I'll be sicker?"
No. If you're already underweight, you may have some other issues going on that are related to gluten actually being a problem. And going on a gluten-free diet can allow your body to de-inflame, if you will.
On a gluten-free diet you could achieve a healthy weight.
I see these great results all the time.
I travel around the country teaching doctors about the brain and blood chemistry and hormones. Every time I do one of these – well, actually just this past weekend, I had a seminar in my office teaching doctors about the functional medicine and functional neurology of autistic spectrum conditions. One of the doctors there, he had started a gluten-free diet on my recommendation in December. He's dropped over 10 pounds. I mean, he looks great. He's healthy. He feels good.
You don't need to go to the store and try yet another diet remedy, yet another starvation diet. I'm serious about this...
Just go on a strict gluten-free diet.
If you don't know how, contact me. I'll try to give you some resources on how to do it.
I would be very surprised if you don't lose weight. Very surprised.You'll be happier. You'll feel better about yourself, and you won't have starved yourself or caused your body undue chemical stress because you're doing something goofy to it. All you're doing is removing gluten.
The problem with gluten, just so you know, is about 70% of the United States population, as has been quoted to me, have at least one copy of a gene that will predispose them to have an abnormal immune system reaction to gluten.
Translation: when 70% of the United States population, Caucasian population, eats glute-- it inflames them. When you're inflamed, you're body's going to make a lot of cortisol. Increased cortisol is going to make it hard to lose weight (and will make easier to GAIN weight).
Give it a go. I mean, you really should do it. Do it for a couple of months, and see how much weight you lose. See how much better you feel.
I'd like to hear back from you. Hear some of your weight loss stories.
Maybe we'll start our own weight loss franchises, right? I'll have commercials with ex-celebrities, B-grade celebrities. We'll talk about the gluten-free diet and how it helped everybody drop 20 dress sizes etc.
Seriously, I wanna hear back from you.By the way, this is not medical advice. You should look into it. You should talk to your doctor about it if you're concerned, but I think you'll do well on it.
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Dr. David Clark
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