WILLIAM DAVIS, MD, is a New York Times bestselling author and a cardiologist who advocates unique, insightful, and cutting-edge strategies to help individuals discover the health hidden within them. His blog wheatbellyblog has been visited by millions of people. Dr. Davis has also shared his passion for wheat-free living on national television shows including The Dr. Oz Show and CBS This Morning. His Wheat Belly Total Health program has become a public television special, now airing nationwide. He lives in Wisconsin.
"America's 'healthcare' system is anything but. With its dedication
to highly monetized interventions, consumers have been relegated to
serving as pawns in an impressively profitable paradigm focused on
illness, while the notion of keeping us healthy is of little
concern. In Undoctored, Dr. Davis explores this revelation,
and thereafter, transforms the reader from passive bystander,
sitting on the sidelines at the mercy of the system, to an active
participant, deeply engaged in the process of regaining and
maintaining optimal health. This is a powerfully empowering and
--David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, board-certified neurologist and author #1 New York Times bestseller, Grain Brain, and The Grain Brain Whole Life Plan "Every so often, a new book comes along that dashes well-established, preconceived notions in health. Undoctored strikes at the core of what is systemically wrong with the healthcare system, while offering a solution so simplistic, so achievable, yet so powerful in design that Dr. Davis is inevitably going to face a mountain of naysayers invested in conventional practice."
--Deepak Chopra, New York Times bestselling author and author of You Are the Universe "What are you going to do about our failing healthcare system, to protect yourself and your family? Are you going to follow the herd and be at risk like the rest of society? Or will you be rational, and learn more? One thing you must do is read this book. I have been a fan of Dr. Bill Davis for over two decades now, and he lays this complicated information out in a sensible way."
--Dr. Tom O'Bryan, author of The Autoimmune Fix