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What Is Wheat And Gluten Intolerance?

99% of people who suffer from the symptoms of coeliac disease, may indeed be gluten intolerant. Studies show more than 55 diseases can be traced back to an intolerance to gluten…..Weight gain, digestive issues, headaches, allergies, bloating, low iron, aching joints and obesity are symptoms.

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What Is Gluten?

  What is gluten? The Web definition of gluten: “ a protein substance that remains when starch is removed from cereal grains gives cohesiveness to dough” Commonly found in wheat, rye, oats, and barley,gluten is a special protein. It helps to make the bread elastic, providing it with that chewy texture it has when eaten. […]

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Staying Positive On A Gluten Free Diet

Staying positive on a gluten free diet is important when dealing with any allergy, especially soon a gluten free diet. It can be a challenge when it comes to eating out at restaurants, or just being a guest at someone else’s home. Being prepared to bring your own gluten-free snacks ,reading labels on all foods […]

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List Of Gluten Free Foods

Here is my  list of gluten free foods  for you to help you on your journey to health and wellness. When dealing with symptoms from gluten allergies it can be very difficult to know what foods to cut out of your diet and what foods you can actually have when choosing gluten free foods. The […]

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Gluten Allergies And How It Affects Your Body

A Gluten Allergy Can Lead To More Serious Issues How gluten allergies affect your body is astonishing. It is believed that 1-133 Americans have a gluten allergy or celiac disease. This is an incredible number of individuals, merely dealing with the same issue. Left undiagnosed, and this food allergy can lead to very big problems. […]

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Foods Containing Gluten

Looking To Regain Your Health And Energy? Look no further, I can help! The leading cause of  foods containing gluten, is not taking the time to read the labels before we make our purchases. However, when you are diagnosed as having a gluten intolerance, it’s extremely important to read everything that goes on your plate […]

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