Undoctored: Why Health Care Has Failed You and How You Can Become Smarter Than Your Doctor

Undoctored: Why Health Care Has Failed You and How You Can Become Smarter Than Your Doctor

In his New York Times bestseller Wheat Belly, Dr. William Davis changed the lives of millions of people by teaching them to remove wheat from their diet to reverse years of chronic health damage. Now he'll go beyond cutting wheat to help you take charge of your own overall health in Undoctored. Dr. Davis wants you to understand that conventional medicine is no longer working in your favor. He will expose how millions of people are prescribed unnecessary medications, given dietary recommendations crafted by big business, and undergo unnecessary procedures recommended by healthcare practitioners to feed revenue-hungry healthcare systems. He then shows how the modern boom in information tools can be applied to create a comprehensive program to reduce, reverse, and cure common health issues through simple strategies, including harnessing the collective wisdom of new online technologies, so that you can break free of a health care system that puts profits over health.

Undoctored is the spark of a new individually-empowered health care movement. The results of Dr. Davis' 6-week program are superior to solutions provided by the conventional healthcare system. You will be equipped to manage your own health and sidestep the misguided motives of a profit-driven medical system.

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    Undoctored: Why Health Care Has Failed You and How You Can Become Smarter Than Your Doctor Reviews

  • Debbie Mcnulty

    I enjoyed reading this book although at times I found it to be repetitive. Most of the facts within the book I already knew but there were a few gems hidden inside. I think it could have been a much s...

  • Jacob Hales

    I already knew about the corruption with AHA and ADA thanks to Gary Taubes and Nina Tiecholtz. However, Dr. Davis's account of the failure of the health care system is so convincing and angering that ...

  • Cynthia Egbert

    I did learn a few things and had a few suspicions confirmed but I am even more at a loss now about what to do for my own health. I am just not certain that I can see carbs (all grains) in such a negat...

  • jocelyn davis

    Good read and very unconventional point of view on health and fitness. Worth a read. ...

  • Greg Strandberg

    Lots of interesting facts and stats, but not as interesting as I thought it would be. I did a lot of skimming on this one and probably read 50 pages in all. ...

  • Kim

    I love the idea that we can make informed, healthy choices that help restore our bodies to a state of health and protect against lifestyle-related disease. I love the extensive footnotes supporting Dr...

  • Evonne

    Interesting. I'd already read Wheat Belly by the same guy, so I was familiar with many of his arguments. Basically he's saying that a) because wheat and many grains have been modified by all kinds of ...

  • Kim

    Enjoyed this book. Lots of practical, easily applicable information about how to stay healthy, monitor your own health, and assert your control as a health care consumer. ...

  • Alice H Hess

    Good information about taking care of your own health and not relying on doctors....

  • Joe

    While doctors could have easily advised patients to supplement over-the-counter fish oil before the “drug” form came on the market, they instead opted to prescribe Lovaza, reflecting the effective...