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Improves energy levels


Low energy levels have become so common now a days that most people take it for granted. It typically has a much deeper cause, one such cause being GLUTEN…

Gluten intolerance can take on various forms, and can be of numerous severities, some so mild that it tends to go under the radar. In this case, a sluggish feeling or lethargy results after eating foods high in Gluten, but no other symptoms resembling a real food allergy or insensitivity.


Helps with Autism management



Autism in a disorder that affects mental development, commonly diagnosed in children less than 2 years of age. New research has now found that removal of Gluten from the diet also plays a big part in reducing associated symptoms of autism, such as ADHD and other behavioural disorders. This could be attributed to reduced inflammatory markers in the brain or decreased formation of proteinaceous brain plaques that affect cognition and behaviour.

Allows for improved absorption of nutrients



By restricting Gluten from the diet, nutrient absorption is improved and optimized, so that the body gets the nutrients it needs for improved rebuilding and recovery. You will also see improved energy levels.

Decreased cancer risks

Gluten is a protein that is associated with high levels of inflammation in the body, ultimately causing an increase in oxidative stress to cells and the likelihood that they could undergo cancerous changes, as the immune system may be suppressed simultaneously and unable to take care of cancerous changes in their infancy.

 Improved Immunity



Did you know that a significant proportion of your immune system resides in your gut? The part of the immune system that is likely to be recruited first are the good bacteria that resides in your colon and small intestine. A gluten free diet reduces inflammation throughout the gut, allowing the good bacteria to function uninterrupted. The result? Decreased incidence of food poisoning and other infections spread via oral consumption.

 Reduces Inflammation



There are a couple of different types of Arthritis, even though they share a very common component; joint inflammation. Following a gluten free diet helps to reduce the flare ups of inflammation that characterize arthritis.


 Reduce risk of heart disease and stroke



Following a gluten free diet can in turn reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke, by helping to avoid the inflammatory changes that can occur. In blood vessels, high levels of inflammation lend itself to promoting atherosclerotic fat deposit, which blocks them and can cause heart disease or a stroke from interrupted blood flow.Elimination of gluten from your diet reduces inflammatory processes and reduces deposition of plaques in blood vessels, decreasing your cardiac risk.

Reduces Allergies



Gluten intolerances also manifest externally, as frequent outbreaks that resemble dermatitis, are common occurrences. Urticaria (also known as hives) occurs frequently in persons with gluten allergies, and can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. These can also be a thing of the past, if you follow a gluten free diet.

 Improves fertility



Women who have sensitivities but do not know it, stand to gain the most from eliminating gluten. Gluten insensitivities can cause difficulty in egg implantation, following fertilization by the sperm, and can cause disruptions in the lining of the womb that functions as a necessary cushion to the embryo and can cause increased risk of spontaneous miscarriages.

Gluten Free simply improves overall Health...

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