Many people can benefit from going gluten-free. Those with Celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, or autoimmune conditions reap the most benefits, but what about everyone else? Is gluten really so bad?
There are many ways that going gluten-free can help you feel lighter, gain more energy, improve the appearance of your skin, support your digestive health, and help you lose pounds. But it’s not just cutting gluten that does all of this!
When you replace key gluten-containing foods such as bread, pasta, cakes, cookies and other processed foods with processed, gluten-free versions of the same type of food, your body actually gets less nutrition!
So many of the gluten-free alternatives in supermarkets are full of unhealthy ingredients such as extra sugar, hydrogenated fats, trans fats, flavors, preservatives, emulsifiers and more just to try and mimic the gluten-containing versions. So in reality, you’re avoiding gluten, but consuming ingredients that are far worse for your health!
If you have to go gluten-free for health reasons, or you simply feel better for it, boost your health and avoid the gluten by choosing naturally gluten-free options!
All of these wholesome foods are naturally gluten free:
Meat/eggs/beans/lentils and other legumes
Nuts and Seeds
Fats and Oils
Are you sick and tired of trying every weight loss program out there and failing to see results? Or are you frustrated with not feeling as energetic as you used to despite what you eat? Perhaps you always seem to have a bit of a “dodgy stomach” and indigestion seems to be a regular part of your life?
There’s nothing worse than sitting down to a nice big plate of pasta or slice of bread and enjoying your meal only to be met with discomfort, bloating that just doesn’t feel right.
In our book Gluten Free Living Secrets you will discover what foods you should focus on when first switching to a gluten-free diet
The 9 grains that are safe and gluten-free
The truth about whether you can eat pasta on a gluten-free diet
What you should know to determine if you have Celiac Disease
The book, which is available as an instant download, also includes some of our favourite gluten free recipes.