Is there any benefit of adopting a gluten-free diet, whilst being a non-coeliac?
I think I am going to be showing my ignorance here, but I was wondering; what is the merit of a gluten-free diet, what does a gluten-free diet look like exactly, are there any risks of nutrient-deficiencies whilst avoiding gluten?
I’m seriously considering cutting out gluten, in hope of improving my energy levels and overall nutritional health/wellbeing.
Anyone who knows anything would be fantastic because I know nothing!
- coffeeekisses answered: Going GF can help you feel more focused. Also, it eliminates pretty much all fast food & lotsa junk food.
- justwanttobefreee answered: I think it’s most helpful if you have tummy probs like bloating etc so can help with digestion
- jadorelecafe answered: it doesn’t do much unless you need it. just cut out overly processed products (wheat or not), stick to fresh fruit & veg (think paleo style)
- becauselifecouldbebetter answered: I can tell you all about it Saturday :) xoxo
- wonderouslylost said: It’s the same as a normal diet, just without gluten containing products. There are literally hundreds of foods that are gluten free so you can still have bread, pasta, crackers act - loads of companies that specialise in it. Is a bit more expensive..
- wonderouslylost answered: I’m supposed to be GF bc intolerance, but I’m shit at it. You don’t have to be coeliac to go GF, it can improve energy bc more fibre etc
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