Last year, 2015, Catalyst presented an episode investigating the value of gluten free for the average person. I agree some people feel and respond well to a gluten free meal plan, myself included, there is however caution is a must when self diagnosis and not recommended as shown by one gentlemen who responded well to following gluten free, but did not have coeliac disease. This video also investigates the other possible reasons for feeling better, and it is not the panacea for weight loss and improved health.
I agree, and while gluten free has a place in for some who are wheat sensitive it is important to consider what you replace the foods with, what the underlying reasons for the improved changes.
This can be change in bacterial colonies, and reduced inflammation response at the gut level. I suggest viewing it for yourself, consider if it is of value to you or not. If you would like more advice of how and what, then contact us, or another trusted Nutrition educator, you may be going down an unnecessary path that seems to cost more, and can certainly be a social challenge. For the full report and link back to ABC click here
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- what happens in your body when you are sensitive to gluten and eat gluten containing foods.
- which other body systems that are affect to help explain those annoying symptoms of bloating, skin irritations, pain, weight loss, loss of concentration, muscle aches and pains, to name a few.
- where and when you eat the gluten containing foods and get you thinking about how to make safe changes in the strategies and exercises section.