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Wheat Belly shook the foundations of the diet world when author and renowned cardiologist William Davis revealed that an epidemic of adverse health effects—from mysterious rashes and high blood sugar to stubborn belly fat (so-called "wheat bellies")—could be banished forever with one simple step: Saying goodbye to wheat. The Wheat Belly Cookbook built on that foundation wi Wheat Belly shook the foundations of the diet world when author and renowned cardiologist William Davis revealed that an epidemic of adverse health effects—from mysterious rashes and high blood sugar to stubborn belly fat (so-called "wheat bellies")—could be banished forever with one simple step: Saying goodbye to wheat. The Wheat Belly Cookbook built on that foundation with hundreds of delicious, family favorite recipes with a wheat-free makeover. Now, it’s easier than ever with this collection of yummy recipes that are quick enough for busy weekdays—and good enough for company.Readers will find an introduction to the ABCs of wheat-free cooking, plus a guide to prepping the kitchen, stocking the pantry, and getting started on a healthy new path. Beautifully illustrated with full-color photo inserts, readers will enjoy these delicious recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, side dishes, snacks, desserts—and even special occasions.


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Wheat Belly shook the foundations of the diet world when author and renowned cardiologist William Davis revealed that an epidemic of adverse health effects—from mysterious rashes and high blood sugar to stubborn belly fat (so-called "wheat bellies")—could be banished forever with one simple step: Saying goodbye to wheat. The Wheat Belly Cookbook built on that foundation wi Wheat Belly shook the foundations of the diet world when author and renowned cardiologist William Davis revealed that an epidemic of adverse health effects—from mysterious rashes and high blood sugar to stubborn belly fat (so-called "wheat bellies")—could be banished forever with one simple step: Saying goodbye to wheat. The Wheat Belly Cookbook built on that foundation with hundreds of delicious, family favorite recipes with a wheat-free makeover. Now, it’s easier than ever with this collection of yummy recipes that are quick enough for busy weekdays—and good enough for company.Readers will find an introduction to the ABCs of wheat-free cooking, plus a guide to prepping the kitchen, stocking the pantry, and getting started on a healthy new path. Beautifully illustrated with full-color photo inserts, readers will enjoy these delicious recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, side dishes, snacks, desserts—and even special occasions.

30 review for Wheat Belly 30-Minute (Or Less!) Cookbook: 200 Quick and Simple Recipes to Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn Loving

    I thought it was handy, however, I haven't tried all of the recipes. The few I have tried are good. Has great tips to purchasing the right foods and why. I thought it was handy, however, I haven't tried all of the recipes. The few I have tried are good. Has great tips to purchasing the right foods and why.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    Well...... I thought there would be some magic combination of flours that would work the way wheat does - and there really isn't. Some of the cookies - like shortbread made with corn flour taste great, and some of the muffins are alright - but the breads just don't work. It's a good book for people who don't know how they're ever going to get along without wheat because it shows alternatives but you really need to go online to check out specific recipes. Well...... I thought there would be some magic combination of flours that would work the way wheat does - and there really isn't. Some of the cookies - like shortbread made with corn flour taste great, and some of the muffins are alright - but the breads just don't work. It's a good book for people who don't know how they're ever going to get along without wheat because it shows alternatives but you really need to go online to check out specific recipes.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cara Meredith

    Confession: I haven't actually tried any of the recipes yet, but it definitely points me in the right wheat-free direction! I would have appreciated some of his insights from Wheat Belly, but alas, I guess I'll have to read the book. Confession: I haven't actually tried any of the recipes yet, but it definitely points me in the right wheat-free direction! I would have appreciated some of his insights from Wheat Belly, but alas, I guess I'll have to read the book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Missy Michaels

    The sections titled, Clean Your Kitchen! and Restocking the Shelves with Healthy Wheat - Free Foods are very useful. The recipe for guacamole is so quick, easy and tasty. I also really like the recipe for Silver Dollar Pancakes. I use raw honey in place of sugar. There is a delicious recipe for gravy. I love gravy and after going grain free I was missing it. The recipe uses beef broth and coconut flour. This recipe book is an excellent addition to my life. One thing that's disappointing is that The sections titled, Clean Your Kitchen! and Restocking the Shelves with Healthy Wheat - Free Foods are very useful. The recipe for guacamole is so quick, easy and tasty. I also really like the recipe for Silver Dollar Pancakes. I use raw honey in place of sugar. There is a delicious recipe for gravy. I love gravy and after going grain free I was missing it. The recipe uses beef broth and coconut flour. This recipe book is an excellent addition to my life. One thing that's disappointing is that there are not enough pictures of the food. I will say that the pictures that are included are bright and clear and the food looks stunning on the page. It's pretty neat that at the back of the book it includes a section called Menus for Special Occasions using recipes from the book. I recommend this book for anyone who eats gluten-free and grain free.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jenny K

    While this cookbook breaks some of my biggest rules about how cookbooks should be laid out, I did like it. I try to limit my wheat intake, so the subject matter is relevant to my life. It didn't have nearly enough pictures to suit me, but the ones it does have are all tempting. As I looked through it I jotted down more than a dozen recipes I'd like to try, and honestly that's about as many as I make from most cookbooks I own. I think this one will go on my wishlist. While this cookbook breaks some of my biggest rules about how cookbooks should be laid out, I did like it. I try to limit my wheat intake, so the subject matter is relevant to my life. It didn't have nearly enough pictures to suit me, but the ones it does have are all tempting. As I looked through it I jotted down more than a dozen recipes I'd like to try, and honestly that's about as many as I make from most cookbooks I own. I think this one will go on my wishlist.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Linda Hartlaub

    Although a lot of people follow Dr. Davis' diets, I find them to be so high in fat that I fail to see how they can be good for you. Some of the recipes are interesting, but ye gods, so many have a cholesterol count that could be an instant coronary. Similar to the Atkins Diet, you will lose weight, but as soon as you eat a carb of any sort, it will all come piling back. Photos are blah. They pretty much look like they were taken by a cheap cell phone. Although a lot of people follow Dr. Davis' diets, I find them to be so high in fat that I fail to see how they can be good for you. Some of the recipes are interesting, but ye gods, so many have a cholesterol count that could be an instant coronary. Similar to the Atkins Diet, you will lose weight, but as soon as you eat a carb of any sort, it will all come piling back. Photos are blah. They pretty much look like they were taken by a cheap cell phone.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    Simple light recipes Many of these recipes were gluten-free just because they naturally would be like boiling or frying cabbage. So I'm not really sure it was totally a wheat-free gluten-free recipe book and a handy way. But there were some recipes that would normally contain gluten so it was still good a light read and some light quick recipes. Simple light recipes Many of these recipes were gluten-free just because they naturally would be like boiling or frying cabbage. So I'm not really sure it was totally a wheat-free gluten-free recipe book and a handy way. But there were some recipes that would normally contain gluten so it was still good a light read and some light quick recipes.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jeanie

    I've considered this book for a while, as I continue to yo-yo diet. Finally I looked at the recipes. There is one for baked donuts, use stevia a zero calorie sweetener and the wheat and sugar will be gone. Peanut butter cookies will never be lo calorie but skip the sugar and flour and that's a step in the right direction. Lots of healthy food and kale and cauliflower. I've considered this book for a while, as I continue to yo-yo diet. Finally I looked at the recipes. There is one for baked donuts, use stevia a zero calorie sweetener and the wheat and sugar will be gone. Peanut butter cookies will never be lo calorie but skip the sugar and flour and that's a step in the right direction. Lots of healthy food and kale and cauliflower.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lorraine Sanchez

    Excellent, so much information but very understandable.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kelly L Arnold

    Love the quick bread recipes, especially the scones. Good enough to serve your non Paleo friends.

  11. 5 out of 5

    SK

    Easy to follow.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alison

    Although a little too 'William Davis' in his one-minded anti wheat, the introduction is very short and is mainly about trying to make gluten-free cooking easier, with recipes that can be made in under 30 mins. Probably a few too many direct 'substitutes' rather than innovative ideas for GF eating, but some are quite quick, tasty and nourishing. Although a little too 'William Davis' in his one-minded anti wheat, the introduction is very short and is mainly about trying to make gluten-free cooking easier, with recipes that can be made in under 30 mins. Probably a few too many direct 'substitutes' rather than innovative ideas for GF eating, but some are quite quick, tasty and nourishing.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Cara

    One of the best cookbooks I've tried and I've tried many over the years. Especially helpful if you are gluten-intolerant, thyroid issues or autoimmune issues but great cookbook even if you're not. The beginning has a good introduction on why we as a society should cut out wheat, sugar and processed foods but the book Wheat Belly should be read first for more in-depth research and discussion on the issues of our food and diet today. Every recipe I have tried is delicious for our entire family inc One of the best cookbooks I've tried and I've tried many over the years. Especially helpful if you are gluten-intolerant, thyroid issues or autoimmune issues but great cookbook even if you're not. The beginning has a good introduction on why we as a society should cut out wheat, sugar and processed foods but the book Wheat Belly should be read first for more in-depth research and discussion on the issues of our food and diet today. Every recipe I have tried is delicious for our entire family including our toddler. I do prefer the recipes in the regular Wheat Belly cookbook over this 30 minute cookbook but this one is better for those days you don't want to spend much time in the kitchen. This is a must-have so I'm returning the library book and buying it as soon as I can.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    The first part of the book contains much of the information in his earlier book, "Wheat Belly" with wheat/gluten-free recipes in the rest of the book. The information in the first part is a real mind-blower about GMO'd wheat and corn. You'll never want to eat wheat or corn again when you learn about how it's been engineered with no long-term research on health consequences--it's all for the manufactures' bottom line at the expense of our health. The recipes are easy and really, really tasty. I t The first part of the book contains much of the information in his earlier book, "Wheat Belly" with wheat/gluten-free recipes in the rest of the book. The information in the first part is a real mind-blower about GMO'd wheat and corn. You'll never want to eat wheat or corn again when you learn about how it's been engineered with no long-term research on health consequences--it's all for the manufactures' bottom line at the expense of our health. The recipes are easy and really, really tasty. I thought this book was the best of both worlds with the information about wheat and corn crops as well as wheat-free/gluten-free recipes.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Hana

    Best part about this book: the use of spice blends. At the beginning there are several recipes for spice blends, which are used in most of the other recipes to season or make sauces. Extremely useful to make ahead of time and have on-hand. I do wish the pictures of the food were with the recipes instead of all grouped together in the middle of the book. I was able to find several recipes (along with all of the spice blends) that fit my paleo standards that were worth writing down. If your only r Best part about this book: the use of spice blends. At the beginning there are several recipes for spice blends, which are used in most of the other recipes to season or make sauces. Extremely useful to make ahead of time and have on-hand. I do wish the pictures of the food were with the recipes instead of all grouped together in the middle of the book. I was able to find several recipes (along with all of the spice blends) that fit my paleo standards that were worth writing down. If your only restriction is gluten, this is a must read!!!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jim

    Like the Wheat Belly Cookbook , there's not much more here than any other low carb diet, except for the addition of non-wheat mixes for cooking (to replace replace wheat-filled ingredients like flour). Like the Wheat Belly Cookbook , there's not much more here than any other low carb diet, except for the addition of non-wheat mixes for cooking (to replace replace wheat-filled ingredients like flour).

  17. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    I have tried several recipes in this book, and they were all quite good. I haven't read any of the wheat belly books, but the recipes align well with my mostly low-carb diet. The key lime cupcakes are amazing. I like that there are shortcuts, like making a baking mix instead of measuring six ingredients for every baking recipe. The main dishes, in particular, do not account for preparation time, which adds about another 15 minutes in some cases. I have tried several recipes in this book, and they were all quite good. I haven't read any of the wheat belly books, but the recipes align well with my mostly low-carb diet. The key lime cupcakes are amazing. I like that there are shortcuts, like making a baking mix instead of measuring six ingredients for every baking recipe. The main dishes, in particular, do not account for preparation time, which adds about another 15 minutes in some cases.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sandra

    I have the first cookbook for wheat belly and this one offers quick & easy 30 minutes or less. It has an all- purpose baking mix, basic flatbread mix, seasoning mixes, etc. This lets you make these ahead and store so it is easy to make breads, muffins, cakes without uses the junk flour mixes. I know you can buy his mixes online, but they are costly. So he gives you the same recipes to make your own which is more than you would get in the box.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    I read this book carefully but have not tried any of the recipes. I appreciated that the calorie counts were included but every muffin recipe was over 500 calories per muffin! If you are trying to lose weight you really will have to be picky about which recipes you choose to make. Luckily I got this book from the library.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jaq

    Full of interesting recipes for the time poor, it's a good cookbook, but I'm still wanting more recipes that translate to the Australian marketplace. Some of the ingredients are hard to source, and though the recipes sound delicious, they're heavily weighted towards the North American lifestyle. Still it's a good one to read and try out different quick recipes. Full of interesting recipes for the time poor, it's a good cookbook, but I'm still wanting more recipes that translate to the Australian marketplace. Some of the ingredients are hard to source, and though the recipes sound delicious, they're heavily weighted towards the North American lifestyle. Still it's a good one to read and try out different quick recipes.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Claire

    Not every recipe I tried was wonderful, but haviung a resource like this for basic grain free recipes is fanitastic and makes this journey so much easier. This book will stay on my kitchen rack for quick reference. I just made a double batch of the basic muffins for my lunches next week.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    It's a cookbook. There will always be some recipes you like and some you don't. Part of the recipes is training and teaching you how to eat in a different way, so sure they seem pedestrian, but it makes you think, oh yeah, I can have a sandwich, just a little different! It's a cookbook. There will always be some recipes you like and some you don't. Part of the recipes is training and teaching you how to eat in a different way, so sure they seem pedestrian, but it makes you think, oh yeah, I can have a sandwich, just a little different!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Barbeau

    borrowed the book from a friend but there aren't very many recipes I want to try because there are so many recipes that use nuts or almond flour (my son has nut allergies so I prefer not to have it in the house) and a bunch of other recipes have artificial sweeteners which i'm not wild about. borrowed the book from a friend but there aren't very many recipes I want to try because there are so many recipes that use nuts or almond flour (my son has nut allergies so I prefer not to have it in the house) and a bunch of other recipes have artificial sweeteners which i'm not wild about.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Leslie

    The book was informative and the recipes look great...but I may change my rating if I find out otherwise. ;-)

  25. 5 out of 5

    Michael Travis

    If your on the Wheat Belly diet than this is another to tool to help you along the path to being wheat free.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kim Kiernan

    Another great Wheat Belly cookbook. I like the quick 30 minutes ideas for those busy week nights.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kristine

    Some good recipes, but not great

  28. 4 out of 5

    Prshorty

    The concepts in the book seem sound, but the recipes leave much to be desired.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Fullfaun Faun

    really liked and plan on making at least 10 of the recipes.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Temoca

    For the most part I love the recipes though I haven't tried them all. There has only been a few I don't care for. These books have changed my cooking and diet. For the most part I love the recipes though I haven't tried them all. There has only been a few I don't care for. These books have changed my cooking and diet.

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