Gluten-free diet

There are many confirmed cases where there was no intolerance to gluten, but the people themselves switching to this diet felt significant health benefits and weight loss.

Gluten-free diet does not prohibit the use of corn, buckwheat, millet, rice, tapioca and soy. However, before using any product, check the label whether it has barley or wheat. Also this diet strictly prohibits the bread and pasta with Gluten and almost all processed food industry, since it always finds a little gluten.

In addition, those who wish to adhere to the gluten-free diet should exclude from the ration canned food, biscuits, cakes, ice cream and drinks that contain the remains of grain products and beer.

Gluten-free diet allows the food prepared from soy, rice, corn and buckwheat flour. Can be used millet, rice, active dry yeast and milk powder.

Gluten-free diet can reduce weight and cleanse the body of toxins. Meals are varied, balanced and contain a minimum of calories and sugar, and therefore you can easily lose weight.

Some doctors, like Dr. Alessio Fasano, a pediatrician and professor at the University of Maryland, go a step further by developing the entire concept of the so-called Gluten-free diet for healthy people, and claim that there are still advantages:

– Slows down aging. Wheat (which contains gluten) raises the level of blood sugar, the sugar binds to proteins, a combination that raises the level of the enzyme glycation which damages the collagen in the skin and thus accelerates aging.

– Stabilize blood sugar levels. Gluten free diet excludes white bread, cakes and sweets, which directly reduces the intake of bad carbohydrates and simple sugars that raise blood sugar levels. Excessive sugar intake leads to obesity and diabetes, a common cause and chronic fatigue and exhaustion.

-release discomforts of menopause. Experts say that gluten aggravates symptoms of menopause, such as headache and heat waves, and its avoidance eases or eliminates these problems.

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