6 weeks no wheat
A SIMPLE PLAN FOR ELIMINATING WHEAT FROM YOUR DIET
6 Weeks No Wheat is a self-guided online program designed for people who suffer from wheat and gluten sensitivities or for people who simply wish to live a healthier lifestyle. This program provides education, meal recommendations and ongoing support to help you achieve a healthier lifestyle.
change how you feel
A simple, yet highly effective online guided program for eliminating wheat from your diet.
- Are you suffering from headaches, bloating, or “foggy brain”?
- Do you find it hard to get going everyday and feel as though you are “sleep-walking or stumbling” through life?
- Does it seem like you are always hungry even after eating larger meals?
- Are you trying to prevent diseases and curious if a lifestyle change will help?
- Feeling tired of the confusion around what constitutes “normal health?”
- Have you asked yourself if any of this is “normal?”
6 WEEKS NO WHEAT
I did this with my partner Damian and one of the most significant outcomes of the challenge is the difference we feel in ourselves including no foggy brain, no headaches, less sinus issues, sleeping better, not bloated anymore, weight loss, improved blood test results and being so much more organised with our shopping and meal planning.
How it Works
WHY CHOOSE THIS PROGRAM?
Wheat. It is a food that many (many!) people have a love/hate relationship with. A majority of people have had wheat or gluten as a staple in their diet since childhood. And for those who have a sensitivity to it, they’ve likely led most of their lives feeling the negative and adverse effects of eating it, without perhaps realizing the negative effects it has on their overall health and well being. To complicate matters further, Coeliac disease affects on average 1 in 70 Australians, yet around 80% of this number remains undiagnosed. This means that if you have it and don’t know it, you could be suffering from the side effects of eating gluten and wheat — and not even know it! And perhaps that’s why you’re here.
DO YOU HAVE A WHEAT AND GLUTEN INTOLERANCE?
Some of the more common conditions associated with gluten intolerance include:
- Bloating/Gas/Digestive discomfort
- Headaches, foggy brain
- Joint pain/Swelling/Skin conditions
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)/Auto-immune conditions/ADHD
HOW TO REMOVE GLUTEN FROM YOUR DIET?
Unfortunately, choosing to remove wheat and gluten from your diet is not as easy as it may seem. In today’s day of savvy marketing, companies have gotten clever around the gluten-free products they sell, and it’s not always clear which products contain products and which do not.
If you feel you may have wheat and gluten sensitivities, the only way to know for sure is to eliminate wheat from your diet and see how you feel. The problem is, people don’t know where to start, are unclear how to make changes, or feel unsure what they should be eating or cooking. Furthermore, many people believe that a life without gluten means a life without options.
WHAT IS THE 6 WEEKS NO WHEAT PROGRAM AND WHAT WILL I LEARN?
The 6 Weeks No Wheat online program takes a step-by-step, week-by-week approach that builds on your knowledge from previous weeks.
We do this to make the process of eliminating wheat from your diet gradual with steps that feel manageable and not overwhelming.
Each week you’ll receive a lesson plan that is designed to educate you around wheat and gluten and how to effectively eliminate it out of your diet.
Prep week – Time to prepare — preparation is key!
Preparing for anything is the key to success, and preparing for the next 6 weeks is no exception! In this bonus “prep week”, you will start with a health self-evaluation and goal setting using our health tracker page to record how you are feeling prior to starting the program. You’ll learn how to effectively read food labels by understanding why gluten free food products aren’t the answer. You will also learn what foods contain gluten and wheat (even when not marketed as such) that aren’t always obvious at first glance.
Week One – Let’s talk about bread and bread alternatives
Learn what goes into “modern day” breads as opposed to the more traditional breads you may likely have grown up on. We’ll explain how even gluten free breads are not what they seem and can have a lot of added chemicals (we prefer real whole foods!).
We will also share some fabulous easy to make healthy gluten-free bread recipes, so that you don’t have to give up bread altogether!
We have some fabulous healthy gluten-free bread recipes, which are so easy to make. Plus you will receive a weekly meal plan.
Week Two – There’s a world of wheat-free breakfast out there
There is a huge world out there for breakfast beyond the popular breakfast cereals, toast and wheat based breakfast foods. This week you will learn the best way to start your day and discover a whole new menu of real food breakfast choices. You will be educated around what goes into your breakfast cereals, including the clever marketing and false health claims that are out there. Plus you will receive a weekly meal plan.
Week Three – Eating gluten free for lunch and dinner
Just like breakfast, most of our lunch and dinner options are wheat-based. Discover inspirational ideas for your main meals, as well as a ‘swap this for that’ list of popular meal choices. It’s all about thinking outside the box, and creating healthy meals full of flavour and nutrition. You will also learn about eating and packing healthy lunches for both the kids and for the adults to take to work. Plus you will receive your weekly meal plan.
Week Four – Baking and snacking the gluten free way
Just because you are eliminating wheat, doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on delicious snacks and treats. Most of our snacks today are full of wheat, so it’s a matter of changing what we snack on and learning to bake in a different way. We will supply you with great suggestions and a ‘swap this for that’ list as well as some alternatives for flour. Plus you will receive your weekly meal plan.
Week Five – Going out and traveling gluten free
Learn how to travel and eat out gluten free. We will educate you around eating out in restaurants, including what to look for and ask for. Learn what food to pack to an event or whilst traveling. Plus you will receive your weekly meal plan.
Week Six – Where to from here — beyond the program
Creating change should be a lifestyle — not just for a short period of time. Depending on the results you have experienced will inform where you go next.We will take you through steps to maintain a healthy lifestyle and can help you with further suggestions to improve your health. You will re-evaluate your health and set some new goals and milestones. Plus you will receive your weekly meal plan.
Health Tracker – Record and track your results as you move through the program-
Our health tracker page enables you to record your results, assess how you are feeling, and set achievable milestones and goals. You can take a self-health pre assessment and post-assessment to help you monitor your success and track how far you have come.
Simple easy delicious meals and weekly meal plans
Each week we will share with you a meal plan to make planning easier. We also have a library of tasty delicious recipes that are family friendly and something for everyone.
Articles, audio downloads and videos to help educate.
If you are well educated and informed it easier to make the right health choices. Stay motivated and on track along the way with this collection of resources curated just for you.
14 day money back guarantee…
We stand by our programs… If you receive your program and feel it’s not for you, then we will gladly refund within 14 days of contacting us and organise return of any physical products.
6 WEEKS NO WHEAT
I can see that I have a waist! My clothes fit better and I am now shopping a dress size down. One of my friends remarked that I looked less toxic. If I do suffer the headaches, joint pain and mood swings I now know why, and, have the knowledge to improve my circumstance.
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