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Wheat Fast Low Carb CookBook for Weight Loss: Top 49 Wheat Free Beginners Recipes, Who Want to Lose Belly Fat Without Dieting and Prevent Diabetes. [Kindle Edition]

Ravi Kishore , Kamal K
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Who Else Want to Know? How to Lose Weight Without Dieting In Seven Days?


If your goal this year is to lose weight and to show the world the new you, take advantage of this "Wheat Fast Low Carb Diet".


When eliminating wheat from your diet, the good news is that you can lose up to 1 pound a day even if you are consuming lots of protein, cheese, nuts, etc. Thus, you can lose weight faster than what you think.

The Primary Culprit to Weight Gain and Belly Fat:


The primary culprit in this scenario is refined grains, sprouted, multigrain, or organic. Refined wheat flour has a direct connection to weight gain. Many individuals eat foods that are high in calories but low in nutritional value. This type of eating is what leads to an increase in the body’s production of fat.

Why Low carb diet:


Another reason you might decide to stay away from wheat is if you are following a low-carb diet to lose weight. If you are following a diet like this, you will also want to reduce your intake of other types of grains like oats,corn, and more. In addition, carbohydrates are not only found in grains; they are also in fruits, seeds, legumes, and starchy vegetables like potatoes. However, some complex carbohydrates, instead of simple carbohydrates like those found in white bread and other processed grains, can actually help with weight loss and maintenance; thus,the diet does not greatly restrict all of them. The recipes in this cookbook can help you create more meals with healthier types of carbohydrates and with reduced mounts of carbohydrates.

Why Wheat Fast Diet:


For many years, it was thought that the grains are necessary to fit our life, but the research shows that the most eaten grain "wheat” is responsible for many diseases including:

  • Obesity

  • Diabetes

  • High Blood Pressure

  • Insulin Resistance

  • Arterial Disease

  • IBS

  • Aging Signs

  • Hair Loss

  • Eczema

  • ADHD


Wheat Fast Low Carb CookBook for Weight Loss helps "Lose Your Unwanted Fat" and Restructure Your "Body's Immune Systems".


Discover the "Top 49 Easy Recipes" for your Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner, Appetizers, Cookies, Snacks and Desserts".i.e.

  • Fruity French Toast.

  • Peanut Butter Protein Shake.

  • No-Wheat Apple Muffins.

  • Pumpkin Puree Pancakes.

  • Italian Scramble.

  • No-Granola Yogurt Parfait.

  • No-Grain Crepes.

  • Trail Mix No-Grain Granola Bars.

  • Slow-Cooked Hidden Vegetable Pulled Pork.

  • Southwestern Salad with Homemade Dressing.

  • No-Fuss Broiler Shrimp.

  • Beef Roast with Orange Root Vegetables.

  • Sesame Ginger Tofu with Roasted Vegetables.

  • Baked Tilapia.

  • From-Scratch Green Bean Casserole.

  • Tropical Chicken Stirfry.

  • Comfort Food Chili.

  • Sirloin Lettuce Wraps with Seasoned Black Beans.

  • Stuffed Peppers Bean Stew.

  • And many more...


Your's Ready Made Nutrition Value of Each Recipes:



  1. Calories

  2. Fat

  3. Sodium

  4. Carbs

  5. Fiber

  6. Protein Value


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  I thought that this diet would be impossible for me, being a big fan of bread, pizza and pasta, but the more I read I saw that is not exactly like that. I can make all these types of food unless they're no-grain ... so I can keep eating pasta, bread, pancakes and even pizza with all no-grain wheat-free and still lose weight and be very healthy!
 You will be shocked when you learn what wheat really is nowadays namely mutated and unhealthy, believe it or not.
 I recommend the book to anyone interested in nutrition and weight loss, and especially to diabetics and people with wheat allergies.

From the Author

     There are millions of type-II diabetes and heart patients diagnosed each year, and they are increasing rapidly, this is due to the consumption of genetically modified wheat. Research shows that a person who has type-II diabetes problems has four times the chances for heart disease. Diabetic-II increases the chances of many diseases including decreased kidney function, eye problems, and neurological problems, etc.

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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tasty-looking wheat-free meals March 25, 2013
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There are so many books now with the latest and greatest nutritional findings and approaches to losing weight that it boggles the mind. With the right diet, you can lose weight, control blood sugar, lower your blood pressure, etcetera, etcetera. But as a diabetic, the ones that interest me the most are the ones that emphasize reducing carbohydrates, and that was what piqued my interest in Kamal and Ravi Kishore's book Wheat Fast Low Carb Cookbook For Weight Loss. They make a credible case for reducing or eliminating wheat from the diet - not as simple as it seems, since so many processed foods contain wheat products. In a weight loss program, they claim that the problem is not too many calories, but too many carbohydrates, especially from wheat. Most of the recipes in the book do contain carbohydrates, but they're complex carbohydrates that don't spike blood sugar. For many years, I've bought into the idea that whole grains, including whole wheat, are nutritious and beneficial to health. Now I'm rethinking that.

The fifty recipes in the book look very tasty, and they're all wheat-free. There are recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and desserts, cookies, and appetizers. Each recipe helpfully gives the serving size and nutrition information, including total calories, fat, carbohydrates, protein, sodium, and fiber. Some of the recipes have a color photograph showing the finished recipe.

I recommend the book to anyone interested in nutrition and weight loss, and especially to diabetics and people with wheat allergies.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful
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This book provides a solid introduction to the harm that consuming wheat-based foods can bring - in terms of carbohydrates for dieters as well as disease state for which wheat is the responsible culprit. But the authors not to stop with the obvious wheat elimination: `When you're trying to avoid wheat, it's important to read food labels on every processed food you eat. You should also know what you're looking for. Of course, you need to look out for the word "wheat," but spelt, kamut, semolina, farina, durum, sprouted wheat and bulgur are all types of wheat, so you'll want to avoid products that contain these ingredients as well.

The good new? By eliminating wheat and wheat like products from your food intake you can lose up to 1 pound per day while continuing to consume protein, cheese, nuts, vegetables and other healthy foods. The book then offers a fine assortment of recipes that are wheat free - tasty foods that avoid the threat of wheat toxicity. The ingredients are clearly listed along with the cooking instructions - and with each recipe the authors offer tips on how to substitute healthy additives to top off favorite variations of dishes. And at the end of each recipe is a nutrition index that informs the cook and the consumer the amount of fat, sodium, carbohydrates, fiber and protein being ingested. Here are recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners and even snacks. Just try a few and you'll be hooked.

This is a very practical book that could not have better timing in its release. Jump on board the wheat free diet and be among the first to prove its integrity! Grady Harp, March 13
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh the Wheat We Eat March 26, 2013
By Nick J.
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Wheat is not nearly the same as what it was meant to be, and to me that's very sad which is why I've adopted a wheat free diet.

The question of what to eat is always on my mind and this is a book that has been helping me to adapt. You will be shocked when you learn what wheat really is nowadays namely mutated and unhealthy, believe it or not.

Recipes that are wheat-free like the apple muffins, granola bars and crepes will take your mind off of wheat pretty quickly. You probably won't even miss it once you try these...nice job .
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
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When I started to read this book, I thought that this diet would be impossible for me, being a big fan of bread, pizza and pasta, but the more I read I saw that is not exactly like that. I can make all these types of food unless they're no-grain ... so I can keep eating pasta, bread, pancakes and even pizza with all no-grain wheat-free and still lose weight and be very healthy! Very good recipes. Can't wait to make them.
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49 of 62 people found the following review helpful
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If you're a diabetic, don't count on the nutritional content to be accurate. Example: Pumpkin Pancakes. It is for 1 serving, uses 1/2 c pumpkin puree (this quantity has 9.9 CHO grams and 4.04 net sugar carbs) and says there's only "Carbs: 2.1" which is NOT correct. Even if you go for the net carbs, it would be net carbs 6.61. They also recommend eating the entire thing so that means ALL the carbs in the pumpkin become the carb load. While pumpkin is a great and highly nutritious food, eating the entire recipe and thinking you're only getting 2.1 carbs is NOT even accurate. They don't seem to be aware that a lot of "gluten free" foods such as breads STILL have the carbs in the form of starch that will kick the blood sugar anyway. They do use a lot of spices which is great. A lot of their recipes have milk in them and they don't seem to have calculated the lactose (read milk SUGAR) in their recipes content. While most of their recipes are on the low carb side, a significant number of them are NOT low carb at all. They think there's a lot of calories in spaghetti squash and NO fiber which is completely incorrect and just backwards. It is very low in calories and relatively high in fiber. They also have recipes with the high sugar fruits in them which makes a big difference in the carb count. Their recipes are very new and creative except as noted regarding nutritional content calculations. Their Walnut Fudge recipe calls for using sweetened condensed milk which is double loaded with sugar and their calculations are off by 25% too low for the content. They never once recommend or even discuss the use of natural sugar substitutes to be used in their recipes. They don't seem to know that ricotta cheese also has some sugar in it -- less than cottage cheese but it's still there. Read more ›
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars loved these recipes
You will enjoy this collection of 49 wheat free recipes. I recommend this book. The ingredients are easy to find
Published 22 days ago by Princess Fireworks
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Ok
Published 1 month ago by Bonnie Rounsley
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Recipes.
The recipes that I tried were of good flavor and easy to prepare. The salads were especially delicious. It is good to know that my wheat-free diet can taste good too.
Published 1 month ago by Beverly Jean Hansell
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
If not a Kindle order, would not have ordered it, didn't care for content.
Published 1 month ago by Debbie
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Unusually difficult to find/read specific recipes.
Published 1 month ago by K. Irwin Keating, Ph.D.
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Easy to understand and well presented.
Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
3.0 out of 5 stars Nicely put together and if you don't have three dozen ...
A couple of recipe I might try........otherwise, nothing special. Nicely put together and if you don't have three dozen of these types of books, this is a nice book to add to your... Read more
Published 3 months ago by Pamela R. Alexander
4.0 out of 5 stars Wheat free Recipes are Unique
Short, sweet, easy to read recipes and ingredients that you have on hand make this book a handy source for new ideas!
Published 4 months ago by iteach34
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
good
Published 4 months ago by June E. Hallam
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
good recipes
Published 5 months ago by Gayle L. Boc
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More About the Author

Ravi started his career as a health professional, successfully written many books which are related to healthy diet, exercise and home care taking.

His ultimate goal to help people to lose weight and get healthy without starving themselves and doing excessive exercise and painful chore.

When he is free- He may be in the kitchen with his mother and sister and cooking some healthy recipes for weight loss or may be in the gym and trying some best equipment for light exercises.



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