People with gluten intolerance and sensitives may still not feel better after going gluten-free. Because your gut still needs time to heal after of the abuse felt by that bully gluten. Here are some ways to help your gut in the healing process.
Diet Tips Eat Stop Eat - 10 Facts about Eating Gluten Free your Friends and Family Must Know--Maybe I should live by this more! In Just One Day This Simple Strategy Frees You From Complicated Diet Rules - And Eliminates Rebound Weight Gain
Jean Layton shares her story, some of her gluten-free successes, and her chart of gluten-free flours. You don't have to be gluten-intolerant to enjoy these "alternative" flours, of course, and I encourage everyone to experiment with some of them.
Celiac disease is not an allergy and it is also not a fad. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease (examples of other autoimmune diseases are: type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and multiple sclerosis).