Magnificent health and slenderness are achievable–and it’s easy, inexpensive, safe, with results that are superior to that obtainable from your doctor or hospital. But don’t rely on them to tell you about it.
The $3 trillion healthcare system in the U.S. fails to deliver on its promises. While it provides acute and catastrophic care, it does not provide genuine health–because health is not profitable. Helping you become slender, free of inflammation and joint pain, enjoy effortless digestion, and being freed of prescription medication and procedures does not pay. Ironically, the knowledge that could potentially empower the individual in health is better and more plentiful than ever. It is our goal to take advantage of this huge fund of knowledge and help you take back control over personal health.
By taking back personal control over health, we achieve levels of health, freedom from disease, slenderness, and functioning that you may have thought impossible. In most cases, we achieve health that is superior to the health that would have been achieved had you relied only on the doctor or healthcare system.
Undoctored expands the lessons learned from the worldwide Wheat Belly experience. While we continue many of the strategies of the Wheat Belly lifestyle (e.g., wheat/grain elimination, vitamin D and magnesium restoration, iodine and thyroid normalization, cultivation of bowel flora, etc.), Undoctored adds several new dimensions and practices:
- The entire therapeutic program is packaged as the Undoctored Wild, Naked, and Unwashed program that causes you to, in effect, revert back to the way humans were supposed to be eating and living all along to mimic the behavior and health of primitive people who have virtually no modern diseases such as diabetes, colon cancer, and obesity (still lived to old age if they did not succumb to injury or infection)
- We discuss how to obtain reliable health information by learning to distinguish good health information from unreliable
- We collaborate on answering health questions via several unique online functionalities
- We track health data as individuals and as a group
- We discuss how to incorporate new health tools (apps, devices) into tracking health measures to obtain even greater levels of health
- Undoctored Protocols address health conditions that do not fully respond to the Wild, Naked, Unwashed program, such as osteoporosis/osteopenia, coronary disease, and calcium oxalate kidney stones.
- Long-term, we hope to create an option that allows followers to opt-out of conventional healthcare and healthcare insurance, furthering your self-empowered health efforts and potentially saving money.
The Undoctored Blog supplements the conversations begun in the book, Undoctored: Why Health Care Has Failed You and How You Can Become Smarter Than Your Doctor.
It is essential to read the Undoctored book to understand the concepts and strategies to gain personal control over health. This is not a book on self-diagnosis, nor a compendium of natural treatments. It is a rational, inexpensive, hard-hitting program that corrects the factors that allow hundreds of health conditions, from type 2 diabetes to obesity to autoimmune diseases, to emerge or persist. You may have been labeled, for instance, with rheumatoid arthritis, or type 2 diabetes, or obesity, or fibromyalgia, or Crohn’s disease–but, in the vast majority of instances, it does not matter what the starting label was because it is highly likely that, within weeks to months, you will no longer have these conditions.
After reading the Undoctored book and Undoctored Blog, if you desire taking your program to an even higher level of empowering health information, consider joining our Undoctored Inner Circle is a paid membership site for the very serious Undoctored follower who desires deeper insight and access to cutting-edge new developments, as well as interaction with Undoctored author and founder, Dr. William Davis.
Here is an excerpt from the Undoctored book:
Undoctored: The code on health has been cracked
Many modern doctors hold themselves up as all-knowing, capable of managing every aspect of health, from delivery to death, from vaccination to senility. I know because I was guilty of this. The “I’m-the-doctor, you’re-the- patient relationship” has been frozen in time since the days of Hippocrates. Despite the high-tech image, old-fashioned methods are still used to maintain paternalistic authority.
All of it seems positively fossilized in an age of immediate information access, on-demand videos, drone deliveries, and the democratization of discussion via social media. The information tide has shifted. Public ignorance in health may have been the rule in 1950, but rapid dissemination of information in our age has usurped this lopsided relationship, making the paternalistic doctor-patient relationship of the past as relevant as trepanation (drilling holes in the skull—yes, a real practice) to treat migraines.
The truth is: You have access to the same information as your doctor. And it doesn’t involve leafing through dozens of thick volumes of the Index Medicus and then having to retrieve a study from dusty stacks of medical journals, like I did during my medical training.
So what if we combined the newly found informational freedom provided by Internet search capabilities with the human feedback tool of social media and the rise in direct-to-consumer testing that circumvents the doctor, then threw in a little benign guidance from sources that do not seek to profit from providing it? You might just be on your way to wielding considerable authority over your own health.
Unquestionably, there are situations in which doctoring and the healthcare system are needed. If you are bleeding, injured, or struggling to breathe with pneumonia, some old-fashioned suturing, bone setting, or antibiotics can still do the trick. Nobody around here is going to try to replace their own hip joint or treat a urinary tract infection with salves and tonics.
But it’s these less-than-interesting health issues for your doctor that are wonderfully and safely reduced, reversed, and—dare I say it—cured by a handful of simple strategies that you can implement on your own. You’ll be spared the annoyances and dangers of the healthcare system, and because you are obviously not trying to profit financially, you will remove layers of unnecessary costs. You will also find personal health challenges far more fascinating to deal with since they involve you.
Let’s be absolutely clear: I propose that people can manage their own health safely and responsibly and attain results superior to those achieved through conventional health care—not less than, not on par with, but superior.
You will see that the Undoctored process turns the health equation around 180 degrees by providing an approach that first restores head-to-toe health in unexpected ways, reversing numerous health distortions, many of which you are likely unaware that you had, as well as many overt health conditions. I predict that your Undoctored efforts will dramatically reduce your need for health care while helping you to feel better (and even look better) and sparing you from hundreds of health issues.
So turn on the reading light, get cozy in your chair, grab the remote to switch off the medical drama airing on TV, and prepare to be enlightened and know that your future will be brighter and healthier, all because you decided that you’ve had enough of being a source of profit for the healthcare system while never really receiving health in return and that you are going to take back control over your health and fate, all Undoctored.