About 30% of people experience withdrawal symptoms when they get rid of wheat since it targets the opiate receptors. Only takes about 4-5 days to get over it though. I doubt you’ll experience that. That mainly applies to heavy daily bread/pasta/cookie eaters.
I have always had that little bit of excess fat around my waist no matter how good my diet was and how much training I did. I now wonder if this is caused by the wheat and gluten that was in my diet? With that being said, do you think Indigo would also help with my quest to get rid of this excess fat that only seems to accumulate around my waist? [/quote]
That a very powerful and effect combo: Indigo-3G and better carb choices. Probably just what you need to finally zap the trouble spots, and repartition the cleaner carbs toward muscle gains instead of fat storage. That’s been my favorite part of Indigo: being ABLE to eat plenty of carbs again and build muscle instead of just gaining fat. I just increased the non-wheat carbs.
I may have shot you this before, but here’s a good carb selection guide for Indigo users: <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/strength-training-topics/1617"target=“new”>Indigo Carb Guide