Is a Gluten Free Lifestyle for You?

Thomas Edison said:

“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.” 

 

Experts tell us that food allergies indicate gluten sensitivity. Get the best gluten information that will heal your underlying health issues.

My goodness… there is so much talk about gluten. And I go back and forth on whether most people would benefit from a gluten-free eating plan… I personally do not have any gluten myself. I mean I have no grains, bread, or even rice or quinoa. I’m doing this to help heal long-time digestive issues. And I used to think that if you didn’t have any outward symptoms of gluten intolerance that you probably could have some gluten products like quinoa, rice or oatmeal. However, now, after hearing from other gluten experts, I’m wondering if most people should not eat any grains, even the so-called gluten-free ones.

I still thing that while true Celiac disease is rare, most people are somewhat gluten intolerant and don’t know it. This is why we see an exponential increase in complaints of more food allergies, migraines, arthritis, IBS, obesity. Much of the gluten sensitivity stems from a syndrome called, leaky gut.

Some experts like Natasha Campbell McBride has found that healing the gut

can take 2-3 years. While others believe once you have the antibodies to gluten, you must never have gluten again.images

Dr. Natasha advises introducing homemade fermented food in to the diet. Then eliminating all processed food, grains, sugar, and other foods for about 3 years to allow the good bacteria to repopulate the gut. Then perhaps introduce certain so-called grain like foods like quinoa.

Because of so much new information regarding gluten, and gluten sensitivity, we need to research this issue for ourselves and make our own decisions based on that.

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One comment on “Is a Gluten Free Lifestyle for You?

  1. Ethel on said:

    I’m not sure I can live without bread or pasta. Bread and pasta is the main thing we eat in my house. We do have allergies, but I am not sure I buy into the gluten-free thing.

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