Gluten has been all the rage for the past couple of years and you’ll be forgiven if you are thinking that going gluten-free is just another diet fad, like living on nothing but cabbages.
But as far as these so-called faddy diets go, cutting gluten from your diet is anything but… And it may just get to the bottom of the distressing symptoms you’ve been experiencing for years… and were told to get used to by your doctor.
I’m talking about joint pain, stomach cramps, bloating and feeling uncomfortably full even after a small meal. And these are just a few of the symptoms. In fact, it’s estimated that as many as 7 million of us in the UK could already be affected by gluten-sensitivity.
Changing the way you eat could change your life
Gluten is a mixture of two proteins present in cereal grains, especially wheat, and it is responsible for the elastic texture of dough. Even though “true gluten” is mostly defined as being specific to wheat, gluten is also found in barley, rye and a grain that is a cross between wheat and rye called triticale.
When gluten sensitivity first entered the spotlight, many in the mainstream refused to acknowledge it even existed. If you weren’t suffering from coeliac disease – an autoimmune condition that makes you 100 per cent unable to process gluten – mainstream doctors insisted you could eat all the gluten you want.
However, this soon proved not to be the case for millions of people who noticed that as soon as they stopped eating wheat, barley and rye they very quickly felt better than they had in years. And all they had to do, to eliminate a long list of troubling symptoms, was make simple changes to their diet.
Turns out, those distressing symptoms were nothing more than a sensitivity to gluten… and by changing your diet, you could eliminate the discomfort and pain you feel after a meal in almost no time.
Nowadays even straight-laced conventional dieticians and nutritionists are beginning to recognise that gluten sensitivity is real. Some are even advising their patients who were once diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome that they might in fact be gluten sensitive instead.
Let’s face it, today’s modern diet is full of processed refined foods, sugar and fats. And there can be no doubt that by making healthier dietary choices we all can improve our health (and lives) dramatically.
The harsh reality is, if left untreated, over the course of months and years, MORE symptoms as a result of gluten sensitivity can develop, such as chronic fatigue… brain fog… skin rashes… and confusion… which can leave you feeling like a hollow shell of your former self.
That’s why I want to tell you about a special research report that we’ve been working on here at Agora Health, along with nutritional specialist Martin Hum. Now you can immediately take action to safeguard your health. Click here to learn more.
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