Live Gluten Free
Gluten intolerance is one of the major health problems facing society today. It is estimated in the United States alone that there are over two million people who suffer from Celiac disease and many more who are gluten intolerant in some degree.
Depression, Fatigue, Joint Pain, Headaches – what do all of these things have in common? The answer is they can all be caused by eating wheat.
When a person is intolerant to gluten all sorts of negative symptoms can occur. There are numerous digestive problems related to eating gluten including weight gain, constipation, malformed stools, to name a few. There is even strong evidence pointing towards a connection between autism and a gluten filled diet.
Sadly, most people who are gluten intolerant remain undiagnosed. As you will see in this Live Gluten Free series there are a number of reasons why people fail to receive a proper diagnosis for Celiac disease or gluten intolerance….a disease which is 100 per cent treatable through the correct diet.
If you are reading this article then you may fall into one of three categories:
- You suspect that you are gluten intolerant
- Someone you know suffers from gluten intolerance
- You simply want to adopt a healthier lifestyle through living gluten free.
Living gluten free is a sensible option regardless of your tolerance. As you read through this series, you will soon learn how our bodies are simply not designed to consume gluten. Removing it from your diet can do wonders for your health and energy levels, and there is a huge array of healthier grain alternatives to choose from.
Up For a Challenge? – We live in a society that is still wheat based, therefore, being gluten free is going to be a challenge. This series aims to make that challenge a little easier by giving you tips on how to eat gluten free when you are out, how to travel gluten free and how to shop for gluten free foods. I will show you how cost-effective it is to live gluten free.
Damage Control – You will also learn about the science surrounding the gluten free diet and why gluten can cause so much damage to our digestive system. Products that contain gluten will be clearly identified and you will discover how to read food labels to make sure that the food you are eating is free of gluten.
Making the change to live gluten free can be one of the best choices you ever make. Living gluten free can give you a new lease on life.
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