Gluten Free Lifestyle
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Why Gluten-Free Diet Was Created?
It was reported about 3 million people in the U.S. alone are affected by gluten intolerance and celiac disease.
Gluten intolerance or it’s severe form, the Celiac disease is an immune reaction to eating gluten, which is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. It particularly affects the small intestine.
This immune reaction causes damage to the small intestine’s lining and prevents the absorption of crucial nutrients that you need. This can cause diarrhea, fatigue, bloating, and other serious complications.
The bad news is, there is no cure for gluten intolerance and the more serious celiac disease.
However, this condition can be managed through dietary restriction which is a gluten-free diet which will be revealed in this guide.
In 2015, a research has been made by Dr. William Balistreri of Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center claiming that over 100 million of the U.S. population are following a gluten-free diet even if they are not affected by gluten intolerance.
This is because following a gluten-free diet has been proven to help you achieve an optimum health & well-being, increase in energy levels, and promotes a healthy digestive system... as your body is free from processed food.
“Gluten-Free Lifestyle” is your ultimate guide on everything you need to know about this special diet that focuses on helping you to achieve optimum health & well-being. By applying this diet into your life, you can experience health benefits such as an increase in energy levels, weight-loss, and promotes the healthy digestive system. Whether you are diagnosed with Celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or you simply want to live a healthier life... This could be the lifestyle guide that you’ve been looking for and the following a small portion of the brief insight of the guide
-What to do if you are diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten intolerance?
-How to shop for delicious & tasty gluten-free alternatives of your favorite food
-12 types of food to avoid that contains high-level of gluten
-The 14 gluten-free flours you can use as a substitute to wheat flour
-7 toiletries you need to pay attention as it may secretly contain gluten
-20 foods you must have food on your shelves all the time when following a gluten-free diet
Available since: 06/11/2019.