eBook - Gluten Free Lifestyle - Secrets to Excellent Gut Health
eBook - Gluten Free Lifestyle - Secrets to Excellent Gut Health

eBook - Gluten Free Lifestyle - Secrets to Excellent Gut Health

Sparkle and Comfort

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This 79 page eBook offers advice, insight, tips and information on everything there is to know about gluten and the secrets of excellent gut health. It includes a checklist too.

An increasing number of people are suffering from the effects of modern wheat and refined flour. The degree can vary - from a bit of wheat sensitivity to greater intolerance to celiac disease, which is the inability to process any amount of wheat due to problems in the small intestines. 

Especially in the case of celiac disease, the digestive system views gluten as invaders and reacts accordingly. As it tries to attack these toxins, the lining of the gut itself can become damaged, resulting in leaks, inflammation, and other problems. Serious gastrointestinal problems are the result.

Of course, wheat can be found in many other hidden places, and we will discuss this in much greater detail. What is clear is that people who have eliminated wheat and gluten from their diet feel better and become healthier. With anyone suffering from celiac disease going gluten-free is a necessity. For others, it is a choice in an effort to enjoy increased health. 

Most people also chose a gluten-free diet in order to lose weight. A diet filled with breads, cakes, and noodles is high in carbohydrates and will very likely pack on the pounds. The reason for that is that refined wheat can cause a sugar spike. That means you use sugar for fuel while fat just gets stored and piled up. People find losing weight by cutting refined flour to be much easier and quicker.

What You'll Learn:

Wheat And Celiac Disease
The Downside Of Gluten
Shopping Gluten-Free A Plan - You At The Supermarket
Getting Started With Gluten-Free Life
A Gluten-Free Kitchen
Cleaning Out The Bathroom
You And Booze
Gluten And Your Medicine Cabinet
Gluten-Free Pantry
Necessary Foods In Your Pantry
Dining Out And Being Social
What's For Dinner
You've Met Mr Or Ms Right
When You Are The Host
Finding A Restaurant
Make Gluten-Free Friends
Avoiding The Pitfalls Of Gluten-Free
Traveling Gluten-Free
Emotional Obstacles
Celiac Disease
When You Are Tempted To Cheat
Taking Control Of Your Emotions
Gluten, ADHD And Autism
Gluten-Free And Autism
Beware Of Chocolate
Adapting Your Diet To Gluten-Free
Favorite Treats The Gluten-Free Way
Good Substitutions In Your Recipes