Gluten Free Living

Living Gluten Free has become so much easier over the years.

Food Manufactures have responded to the growing demand by producing products and labeling them gluten free. Even food and grocery items that are naturally gluten free now say “gluten free” on the label. It might be a good marketing ploy on their part, but at least as consumers it has certainly made shopping a whole lot easier.

Skin Health Hub Food Allergies Gluten Free LivingHowever, choosing to live gluten free because eating gluten makes you feel bloated is quite different to someone who is diagnosed celiac. It is important to understand the distinction between the two to determine if your symptoms require medical intervention.

Disease or Intolerance

Celiac Disease is a condition whereby the body is unable to process gluten, a type of protein in wheat. This condition can manifest in many ways such as bloating, irritable bowel syndrome, body pain, and other problems that are often misdiagnosed as autoimmune problems.

Celiac disease can actually be very dangerous and even cause death due to intestinal cancers developing in some individuals if not treated properly. Once medically diagnosed, those suffering from Celiac Disease must try to remove all gluten from their diet.

According to WebMD.com, approximately 5 percent of the population is thought to be suffering from Celiac Disease whilst another five percent of the population is thought to be gluten intolerant. Those who are with an intolerance to gluten may experience symptoms or problems such as skin rashes and stomach issues and in these people, simply lowering the amount of or eliminating gluten from the diet can help with the symptoms and vastly improve their quality of life. Unlike some allergies however, it can take a long time for the gut to heal from the damage caused by gluten. This is especially true if for those living with Celiac Disease and it may take at least a full year to see what the long term effects are from eliminating gluten.

Benefits of Giving up Gluten

Giving up gluten has many benefits and can cause no harm. Therefore, even those who have no intolerance or disease can go gluten free.

Many people report clearer skin, improved digestion, weight loss, and other benefits of going gluten free, so why not give it a try?

If you would like to learn more grab a copy of our eBook “Gluten Free Living – It’s Healthier and Easier Than You Think”.

In it you will find lots of helpful information and tips to make your transition to gluten free living as easy as possible. Included in the eBook is a collection of 10 of the best gluten-free baking recipes to get you in the cooking mode. Plus as a BONUS to the recipes in the Gluten Free Living eBook you will receive our collection of 10 of the best gluten-free baking recipes in A5 card format. You can insert them into your favorite recipe folder or box file so you can access them at your fingertips anytime. Simply email us at info@skinhealthhub and we will forward them to your inbox

If you are interested in making positive changes for yourself and for your family, discover how a lifestyle that is gluten free is healthy & easier than you think.

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