rom A to Z, there are hundreds of diets that promise short-term or long-term results, and those that make impressive health claims. From the Atkins diet to the Zone diet, and the Baby Food diet to Weight Watchers, there are dietary plans to help you lose weight or cure some health problem. If you want to clear up your skin eat this. If you want to lower your blood pressure don’t eat that. Only eat at certain times, drink nothing but water, eat only grapefruits, or enjoy all the steak, bacon and other meats your heart desires.
Health.com ranks 38 popular diets, scoring them from the best to worst, but based on what criteria and in who’s opinion? Healthline.com speaks of 23 popular diet plans, with short reviews of each. The EverydayHealth website has compiled a list of 60 popular diets, and Wikipedia lists over 125 dietary approaches which include plans attached to religious beliefs, juice fasting, detox diets, low-fat, low-carb, paleo, vegetarian and vegan diets.
If you want to eat a certain way, there is a diet out there to match your tastes.
The Gluten-Free Diet
There are also approaches to nutrition which cater to those with a particular medical condition or health issue. One such plan is a gluten-free diet. Gluten is a combination of proteins found in some cereals, wheat, wheat-based products and related grains, including rye and barley. This diet strictly excludes gluten, including hybrids and offshoot species such as triticale, kamut and spelt. Some gluten-free practitioners also exclude oats, because oat toxicity is a problem for some people with gluten-related disorders.
Celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS), gluten ataxia and wheat allergy are a few of the known health problems that gluten and gluten-based food products cause in some. In the case of celiac disease, a gluten-free diet can be instrumental in limiting symptoms and complications, although sometimes the digestive system does not recover completely.
NCGS shows that you don’t have to have celiac disease to react negatively to wheat and other foods with gluten. Some people experience bloating and stomach pain, and don’t develop any more serious symptoms than that. For a number of reasons, you may decide to embrace a dietary approach which excludes the gluten protein.
In this Gluten-free Book we first take a look at exactly how gluten causes a problem in the digestive system of some people. Then we look at some of the individual gluten-related disorders mentioned earlier. You will also discover the benefits of either cutting out gluten entirely from your diet, or just reducing how much you consume, because there are multiple health benefits that have been recorded and credited to a gluten-free diet plan.
Most importantly, you will learn what you can and cannot eat if you decide to remove gluten from your dinner table.
That part of the report should be printed out and kept with you at all times. It makes shopping simple, and removes the guesswork and frustration which may accompany trying to understand whether ingredients on a food label do or do not contain gluten.
You also receive advice on how to make healthy gluten-free food swaps, how to adapt to this type of eating, and how to stay gluten-free when you are traveling, eating out at restaurants or attending dinner parties. Finally, we uncover some sources of gluten which may surprise you, like makeup and medication.
Download Your “How To Go Gluten-Free For Beginners” e-Book
Your beginners guide to going gluten-free begins by taking a look at exactly how this protein causes health problems in some people. In our eBook “How To Go Gluten-Free For Beginners” we cover the following topics:
- Introduction to the Gluten-Free Diet
- The Problem with Gluten for Some People
- Celiac Disease
- Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS)
- Gluten Ataxia
- Wheat Allergy
- Intestinal Permeability
- The Benefits of Reducing or Cutting Out Gluten
- Weight Loss
- Your Digestive Health Improves
- Energy Boost
- Healthy Cholesterol Level
- Lowered Chance of Chronic Disease
- What You Can and Can’t Eat on a Gluten-Free Diet
- Foods to Avoid
- What You Can Eat
- Easy and Healthy Gluten-Free Food Swaps
- Adapting to a Gluten-Free Diet
- Apps That Can Help
- Gluten-Free Out and About
- Apps That Can Help
- Avoiding Gluten from Other Sources
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