What’s with Wheat?

This page is set aside for ongoing dialogs about wheat and its effects on our nation’s health.

What's with Wheat?

The newly released documentary What’s with Wheat? is available for FREE online viewing between now and Thursday, 30-June 2016. That’s only four (4) days away!

Free online global premiere of What's with Wheat?

I’ve wondered for some time why gluten has become a prime suspect in our nation’s ill health. Is it really the protein in wheat that is causing health problems? Do we know more now than 20, 30, 40 years ago? Has something changed? Is there more to the story? The documentary What’s with Wheat? clearly articulates that, while gluten intolerance and sensitivity are very real for some people, what’s on the wheat, how it is grown, and how it is processed may be burdensome for others of us in ways we don’t even realize.

If you or someone you know suffers from low energy, foggy thinking, unexplained aches and pains, IBS, irritability, or bouts of anxiety or depression, I encourage you to carve out 80 minutes in the next few days to watch this documentary. You may not identify with all that is shared in the film, but I’m confident you will gain a better understanding of the detrimental effects our current processed food and skincare products have on overall health.

Then after watching What’s with Wheat?, feel free to leave a comment below or on my Facebook page. I will be happy to further the dialog with you.

Give others the opportunity to consider a change that could greatly improve their health. Share this post and the link to What’s with Wheat? with those you love.

Here’s to your health and vitality!

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I believe good health is as close as your kitchen. My nutrition practice is based on nutrient-dense, whole food and lifestyle choices that support health and wellness, especially during times of high stress and transitions. My role is to educate, guide and support individuals who want to break the stress-induced cycle of depletion and regain control of their health. Having passed the HNCB exam, I am a Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition® (Candidate). To learn more, contact me at 303-594-4401 or by email.

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