Food 101 - Gluten: What Gluten Is, Why It Affects So Many People, and Natural Ways to Reduce Symptoms of Intolerance

Food 101 - Gluten: What Gluten Is, Why It Affects So Many People, and Natural Ways to Reduce Symptoms of Intolerance
Author: Kevin Mullani
Language English
Pages: 36
Genre: Health
Goodreads Rating: 3.31
Published: November 2012 by Tru Endeavors, LLC

Be proactive with your gluten problem and begin to take back your health today! The focus of a gluten related health condition is too often about what you can't have. Food 101 - Gluten will show you natural foods that you can ADD to your diet to help reduce your symptoms and rebuild your digestive system. Gluten was practically an unknown term 20 years ago that only those diagnosed with celiac disease were required to pay attention to. Now, 1 in every 16 people is diagnosed with some form of gluten intolerance, sensitivity, or allergy. Worse yet, according to some research, as much as 40% of the U.S. population may be affected by gluten-related health issues and not know it. Symptoms such as: bloating - abdominal discomfort - pain or diarrhea - headaches and migraines - attention deficit disorder - muscular disturbances - lethargy - hyperactivity - joint pain If you regularly experience more than one of these symptoms, you could have a gluten related health concern. Did you know there are proactive steps you can take to reduce these symptoms and rebuild your digestive system naturally? Here's what you will learn in the book Food 101 - Gluten: Chapter 1 provides an educational foundation about gluten and helps the reader understand - What gluten is Where it comes from Why the wheat grain is different today compared to 50 years ago How gluten is processed (or not) in the digestive system BONUS # 1 - FREE Access to a printable list of Ingredients to Avoid on a gluten-free diet Chapter 2 discusses various symptoms of wheat and gluten-related health issues. The list is so crazy long you may have sensitivity symptoms and not even realize it! Learn the differences between - Wheat Allergy Celiac Disease (Gluten Intolerance) Gluten Sensitivity (Non-Celiac Gluten Intolerance) Additionally, Chapter 2 details the simplest "at home" method to help determine if you may have a gluten-related condition. BONUS # 2 - FREE printable Food Journal to help track what you eat and resulting symptoms! Chapter 3 empowers the reader with natural ways to strengthen the digestive system. These three areas, when not properly supported, have been proven to magnify certain symptoms often associated with gluten conditions. 4 Ways to Ensure Adequate Levels of Stomach Acid 4 Ways to Properly Utilize Natural Digestive Enzymes 6 Ways to Balance Intestinal Flora After learning about these three critical aspects of your digestive system, you will learn a super simple way to support all three areas at once!