Im not as yet, but I am considering adopting this lifestyle as I think it could help ease my sluggishness.
I am in part because I break out in an itchy rash when I eat it or accidentally get "glutened." It took me a long time to figure out what was going on, numerous visits to several doctors (several of whom TOTALLY misdiagnosed me, extending my suffering) until I, not a doctor figured it out. An allergist confirmed my suspicion, he was the 6th or 7th doctor I saw for this issue over a span of several months!
Since then, I have found that gluten is a very common cause of inflammation in your body and that inflammation is an underlying cause or somehow factors into numerous diseases. From my personal experience only after being off gluten, I have no more joint discomfort, no more dandruff, and higher energy levels.
Yes. It is a pain. I am hungry a lot when I am traveling. Though there are some places where its really easy to eat. Kosher works quite well. I can't eat dairy either.
I've found that going paleo is good, as are Indian, Thai, and even some Mexican and African foods/takeout in a pinch whether you're at home or not. But, if you can get back to the basics, lean meats/seafood, veggies, fruits, nuts, you'll feel great.
by agaglia 6 years ago
I am on a gluten free diet and want to know how to cook with gluten free flours.
by lizmoss71 8 years ago
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by Kenna McHugh 17 months ago
Did you try a gluten-free diet without consulting a doctor first? If so, why? If not, why?Gluten sensitivity is super popular now. We see ``Gluten Free'' or ``GF'' on grocery store shelves and labels on such glorified food. Most of us probably haven't a clue what ``gluten free'' means or how gluten...
by sunforged 6 years ago
Help! What alcoholic drinks can I imbibe on a Gluten Free Diet?
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Why is a gluten free diet popular?I am curious why people are going to a gluten free diet. I am also seeing more restaurants and fast food chains offering gluten free products as well.
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