Let’s face it, it’s pretty cliché to have the New Year’s resolution of a healthy lifestyle.
You know why that is the one main thing so many people want to change? Because it’s your health, your mind, your body.
Who doesn’t want to feel better and enjoy life more?
Of course, we all do.
Weeding Out Wheat is a book that will make you think twice about how you go about getting a healthy - feel good lifestyle.
I recently reviewed this book called Weeding Out Wheat written by husband and wife team, Luke and Trisha Gilkerson.
Together these two have read numerous medical journals and studied what the bible says about wheat. They have also studied wheat and the changes that have happened to it and other foods throughout history.
With all their research they saw how complex all this is. It can make your head spin. So they decided to write a book sharing much of their knowledge that would be understood by the everyday person.
This book is just over 100 pages and really does make for an easy read. It did make me think about what I put into my mouth and how I feel afterwards.
I appreciate that this book was not written to be above my head and was not dumbed down so much that I felt like a child. It gave me enough information that I feel I can make an educated decision about my health. They sight all there sources are are honest if something is speculation or scientifically proven. The changes that have happened to wheat are substantial.
I suggest reading this book and making your own decision about your health.
We decided to majorly cut back on wheat. We may even end up cutting it out completely.
Research shows all the problems wheat causes even if you don’t have full blown Celiac Disease.
This review is part of the Bow Of Bronze Launch Team Review. Check out more here!
Disclaimer: There are affiliate links in this post. There are also freebies. There are also just links to products without affiliate links. I'm trying to show what we did and where you can find it, not to sell you a product...although if you decide to buy one of them, please feel free to use the links and support a fellow homeschooler. I was given a free copy of the book in order to write this honest review.