If you’ve been feeling tired, experienced headaches, joint pains or other health complications, it could be due to gluten in your diet.
Gluten is a protein compound found in wheat, oats, rye, spelt and barley. Beer, pasta stocks, pizza, baked goods and processed foods contain Gluten and may be adding complications to your lifestyle, causing loss of balance, seizures, arthritis and many other conditions.
Celiac disease now affects 1 in every 133 Americans. This can cause multiple symptoms that can help to be healed over time while on a strict gluten-free diet. The long-term effects of consuming gluten while living with celiac disease includes damage to the intestines, increased risk of colon cancer, malnutrition, anemia, low energy, headaches, joint pains and other health complications.
To live gluten-free has health benefits and helps lessen symptoms of neurological and auto-immune disorders. And, while there’s no cure for celiac disease, a digestive disorder due to severe gluten sensitivity, every small change in a diet can help.
The food industry is attempting to provide gluten-free versions of products that carry gluten but you’ll have to be on the lookout for these specialty products. Reading labels and visiting stores that specialize in such products are still tough to find but getting better. You may even recognize one or more in your local area to visit.
Food allergies are part of the description for those bothered by consumption of the yeast, gluten and autolyzed yeast extracts found in so many foods today. This includes foods that state “No MSG added” but reading the label will quickly display that autolyzed yeast extract was part of the process and occurs naturally. In short, don’t just read the front of a product, read the fine print.
Specialized diets of gluten and dairy-free (bread and milk) diets have been proven to help lessen autistic behaviors including wheat allergies, impulsive behavior, lack of focus and speech problems. Other types of milks can be purchased such as almond. Look for products without Soy.
Gluten-free diets can improve digestive health, migraines and find pain relief through small changes and by eliminating gluten completely over time. Resources are available through healthy cooking books, articles and online publications.
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