Should you go gluten free? This is the debate because there is a growing trend of consumers eliminating gluten from their diet. It’s not just individuals who have Celiac Disease that are trying to eliminate gluten from their diet. There are many who have a sensitivity to gluten.
I am posting this article from Fox News by Tanya Zuckerbrot below which discusses the current debate. My question to the dietician is wouldn’t our health be better off without all the bread, pasta, and desserts? These types of foods tend to also be high in sugar and carbohydrates. They’re a source of weight gain independent of the bloating issues.
In layman’s language, an analogy of gluten, one could argue, would be food glue or a thickener. Don’t we need to have our gastrointestinal “plumbing” flushed and flowing? Do we need to add one more potential inflammatory to our gastrointestinal system?
Remember, our gastrointestinal system houses about 80% of our immune system.
Do your own research about gluten and decide whether you want to try going gluten free to see if you feel better. Discuss gluten with your physician especially if you are suffering from any chronic conditions to see if gluten could be contributing to your illness. Ask your physician about whether you should experiment with a gluten free diet. No Name Atty
Addendum: Those who have Celiac Disease or desire a more gluten free diet, Thrive does have over 100 certified gluten free foods.
It’s not often that a serious medical condition sparks a dieting fad. Such is the case with the gluten-free craze. Sufferers of Celiac Disease, an autoimmune digestive disease, absolutely must avoid foods containing gluten, but somehow gluten-free has caught on with non-sufferers who think cutting out gluten will help them eat better or lose weight. It won’t necessarily do either, yet right now there are loads of gluten-free products being marketed to the general population that suggest they can. Even Domino’s Pizza is on the bandwagon with gluten-free pizza crust, although the company’s website cautions that it is not recommended for true Celiac suffers!
Perhaps you have been considered going gluten-free? Before you stop eating breads, pastas and cereals let’s look at the facts about gluten, Celiac, gluten intolerance and gluten sensitivity.
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