Everyone seems to be asking if they should be starting a gluten-free diet! But many articles are now questioning the benefits to going gluten-free. Here is the low down.
Going gluten-free is medically necessary for people with celiac disease or a non-celiac gluten sensitivity. For people trying to lose weight on a gluten-free diet but who have no medical reason for beginning one then it is important to read labels and eat naturally gluten-free foods while staying away from high fat substitutes.
Celiac awareness is on the rise in Australia! A new campaign is striving to raise awareness to symptoms of the disease as well as the effects of gluten on the body and the ease of which one can live a gluten-free lifestyle.
The article also mentions ways to keep a natural food healthy lifestyle which is good for people with celiac.
Now more than ever people are focusing on how what they eat affects their health. Check out the hottest healthy eating trends which include eating healthy fats, cutting out wheat and going gluten-free and eating ancient grains such as amaranth and quinoa.
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Gluten-free cuisine is getting a makeover in France! France has been slow to jump on the gluten-free bandwagon as there has been widespread misconception that celiac disease is a disease found only in children.
However, there are now gluten-free bakeries popping up all across France that gluten-free patrons are flocking to. Bakers hope to raise awareness to the plight of gluten-free eaters in France and continue to evolve the cuisine.