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Conventional health care is no longer working in your favor - but thankfully, Dr. Davis is.

In his New York Times best seller Wheat Belly, Dr. William Davis changed the lives of millions of people by teaching them to remove grains from their diets to reverse years of chronic health damage. In Undoctored, he goes beyond cutting grains to help you take charge of your own health. This groundbreaking exposé reveals how millions of people are given dietary recommendations crafted by big business, are prescribed unnecessary medications, and undergo unwarranted procedures to feed revenue-hungry healthcare systems.

With Undoctored, the code to health care has been cracked - Dr. Davis will help you create a comprehensive program to reduce, reverse, and cure hundreds of common health conditions and break your dependence on prescription drugs. By applying simple strategies while harnessing the collective wisdom of new online technologies, you can break free of a health-care industry that puts profits over health.

Undoctored is the spark of a new movement in health that places the individual, not the doctor, at the center. His plan contains such features as:

  • A step-by-step guide to eleminating prescription medication
  • Tips on how to distinguish good medical advice from bad
  • Forty-two recipes to guide you through the revolutionary six-week program.

Undoctored gives you all the tools you need to manage your own health and sidestep the misguided motives of a profit-driven medical system.

©2017 William Davis (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Repetitive...and UNHELPFUL

In this book, there is a constant drumming of how bad our health care system has gotten. Yes, I know, and that is my reason for buying this Audible book! I'm looking for ways to avoid getting caught up in the one-way web of doctor, hospital, health insurance and pharmaceutical profits. I KNOW America's healthcare has failed me and I don't need to know the statistics over and over again. I'm still waiting to hear in the book about how I can become smarter than my doctor...maybe Dr. Davis is leaving the best for the very last chapter, so he can write and sell Part 2. I'm just finding little substance to this book and it's been disappointing.

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Fantastic concept. Extremely redundant

Fantastic concepts. Extremely redundant which made focusing difficult as it was the same ideas rehashed over and over again

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first half of book is rough but 2nd half is a must

the book is split in two parts. the first half is repeating sentences of why your doctor is wrong about mostly everything. The 2nd half is the real helpful information. I really had to power through the first half but the 2nd half of the book is incredible and extremely informative. definitely a must read.

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Shockingly disappointing

I loved Dr. Davis' "Wheat Belly" book, but this one is a bitter disappointment. So boring, I have to fight to stay awake while listening, and simply lacks enough useful info. More of long-winded editorial about the medical and food industries.

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The new medical model. Bravo Dr. Davis!

It's going to take a long time for most doctors to accept this, but this is just how medicine should work. As a physician, I'm recommending this book to my patients, and inviting them to take the lead in their health.

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  • Rachel
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The best book on nutrition so far-a MUST READ!

I've read dozens of the most recent books on health, nutrition, chronic disease prevention & treatment. This book encompasses ALL the good, up-to-date scientific evidence & proven nutritional strategies to reverse the most common diseases & health conditions we face! Dr. Davis gets real & raw about conventional nutritional advice & the mainstream medical industry based on his many years of experience as a cardiac surgeon as well as his extensive research/study, & his current, wildly successful practice. You'll learn what triggered & how we can halt the current epidemics of diabetes & obesity, as well as most of the other common ailments hundreds of millions continue to suffer from. These strategies are NOT theory! You'll hear example after example of extremely ill, depressed, overweight or obese, & generally unhealthy people making complete recoveries from diabetes, thyroid disorders, auto immune diseases, skin conditions, mental/emotional issues, bone disorders, infertility, & the list goes on. This could be the most important & life-changing information you've ever heard-but please find out for yourself-don't take my word for it!

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If you're interested in curing diabetes, thyroid

must read. leading cardiologist explains the details without you having to learn Latin fantastic book for everyone.

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A must read!

If you care about your health, you must read this book. With the changing landscape of our healthcare system in America we all must take responsibility for our own health. This book will help you do exactly that. As a health insurance broker for 30 years I highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.

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Empowering, Entertaining and Educational

Struggled in the beginning to let go and be immersed with just another seemingly hot headed arrogant MD that needs to have his opinion heard (entertainment), however, after the first chapter I was all in for the next 90+ chapters. Listened beginning to end over the course of a couole weeks and while enduring occasional flippant remarks, the entire read was empowering and educational. Although much of this was simply a confirmation (CHC), many items were pure gold nuggets with corresponding bookmarks. Lots of information here that justifies also buying the hard copy as a reference. Highly recommended for those working in medicine, complementary health or those with chronic disease. The future of health(care) never looked so good. Thank you William Davis MD - you are a hero to many.

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  • jdr
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Good info, too long

I thought the first 30-33 chapters were too redundant. Info could have been effectively edited down to 3-4chapters. The middle third book is excellent, where he begins speaking about the grain issues and then to vit D3, magnesium, etc. The book complements books by Taubes, etc without overlapping too much. Overall a good learning experience

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